CYRIL HUZE X SUPER HOOLIGAN TRIUMPH

CYRIL HUZE X SUPER HOOLIGAN TRIUMPH

Cyril Huze "So, you want to be a Hooligan Racer? (many asked me how to become one) or you just want to look like one? Jason Paul Michael from Standard Motorcycle Co. in Orlando. asked for some advice to Roland sands and built his own kit to turn his Triumph Street Twin in an Hooligan tracker."

 

We're goin' RACIN!

We're goin' RACIN!

Pack your gear, get your bikes loaded up and join us at the next stop on the Roland Sands Design Super Hooligan Race Tour!

FROM RSD : We're excited to bring you the Round 3 of the Super Hooligan National Championship Series (SHNC), in conjunction with the American Flat Track (AFT) Grand National Championship. Atlanta Short Track at Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, GA on March 25th, 2017. We’ve got a limited amount of spaces available, so get your entries in ASAP if you want to be part of the Super Hooligan show. We’ll be included in the NBC Sports Network televised racing action with AFT. Dixie Speedway is a banked, 3/8-mile track on Georgia red clay that you won’t want to miss.

2016 Triumph Street Twin Super Hooligan Flat Tracker

2016 Triumph Street Twin Super Hooligan Flat Tracker

"So that's it, that's your advice?"

"Yeah breh, go fast turn left and count to three. If you still see the wall, get ready, cause your gonna hit it."

That was Jason's introduction to Flat track racing care of Rolando Sands on the way to Perris, with a Sprinter filled with Indian x RSD Super Hooligan scout racers. He and Leticia were headed out with Roland to meet up with the Suicide Machine Co. and some of the other local Hooligans from the SoCal Area to get their first crack at Flat track racing.

The 2016 AIMExpo

The 2016 AIMExpo

We're proud to announce that the entire Standard Motorcycle Co. crew will be invading this years AIM Expo as part of the Custom Culture exhibit. Featuring almost 100 custom bike builds, top industry builds by professionals like Roland Sands, ConfederateAnalog Motorcycles and others, as well as relevant industry vendors, influencers, and a TON more this years AIM Expo is going to be one for the books.

HOOLIGAN MOTO STAMPEDE AT STURGIS

I took my first spin around the flat-track last week in SoCal with the RSD Super Hooligan crew and I'm hooked! I'm headed out ot Sturgis to run the RSD Hinkley Scramble-Tracker again in the Run What Ya Brung Class.

Hope to see some of you out there and for those who'r local to Orlando, if you want to build a flat-track bike come by Standard Motorcycle Co and see us. There's five different Hooligan builds going on right now at our shop. The more the merrier!

Triumph Street Twin Scrambler

Jason just wrapped up his most recent project, a Triumph Street Twin Scrambler. Because the emphasis of this new build would be put on the Scrambler genre and realizing the likely-hood of someone taking a brand new motorcycle into the woods (not him of course!) would be slim, he wanted to build a highly capable “Street Scrambler”.

Read about the full build here.

The Ride for Kids x Cycle World cb1100 project bike

Did you know that brain cancer kills more children than any other disease? Or that children’s brain cancer research is the least funded of all types? Or that the average age of death for a child with cancer is 8? Neither was I.

Now you’re probably wondering what the correlation is between those three statistic and a CB1100F, right?

Keep reading and you'll find out...

ICON 1000 VARIANT HELMET

When it comes to bad-ass (literally, guns blazing, tires sliding) marketing, no one in the industry does it like ICON. And you got to give it to them. Sure, it’s made up, but that’s the point. It reaches beyond the doldrums of daily life and lets our minds wander somewhere else and have a shit-ton of fun, which is what motorcycling is all about, right?

What’s interesting, though, is that unlike a lot of brands in both motorcycling and other segments that try to touch on the, I’ll call it, bad-assery factor, who might do it from a visual perspective in marketing, it doesn’t translate to the final product.

UglyBROS "TON-UP" Jeans

Unlike my friend, Chris Nelson (@oilandbones), I like to wear pants. They keep your legs warm. They offer visual appeal much greater than white, hairy legs, and if produced properly from the right materials, even offer protection for when you’re riding a motorcycle. So as much as Chris would probably like this BLOG post to be about him and his adventures not wearing any pants, it’s about me and my ongoing quest to find the great jeans that can be worn both on and off a motorcycle with little compromise.

RSD "BRISTOL" JACKET

Given the fact that I spend the majority of my time ri­ding in the South, I’ve been relentlessly on the hunt for a leather jacket that offered a trifecta of style, safety, and comfort. I have some awesome leather jackets, some of which are even touted as “lightweight” or “summer”, but the reality is that I haven’t been able to find anything that didn’t leave me sweating bullets at every stop light I hit. It also started to make things difficult with Leticia, because whenever I took a ride, I was sweating profusely, looking like I’d done something wrong. “I swear! I was just out for a ride. Nothing happened!”

REV'IT "CARNABY" JEANS

Given the fact that I spend the majority of my time ri­ding in the South, I’ve been relentlessly on the hunt for a leather jacket that offered a trifecta of style, safety, and comfort. I have some awesome leather jackets, some of which are even touted as “lightweight” or “summer”, but the reality is that I haven’t been able to find anything that didn’t leave me sweating bullets at every stop light I hit. It also started to make things difficult with Leticia, because whenever I took a ride, I was sweating profusely, looking like I’d done something wrong. “I swear! I was just out for a ride. Nothing happened!”