Maybe the nicest YZ Resto-mod I’ve sver seen.

I mean DAMM that’s nice.  Oh and if you keep looking you’ll see a really pretty girl in there too!  I can’t imagine how cool it would be blasting out of the blocks on this thing for the first time.

Don over at Metro Racing writes in:

Thanks for the spot on MPOTD!! The new site is very nice. Any time is a good time for a free plug. Here’s another pic of a pretty girl with a 1978 Yamaha YZ 250 that I just finished for a good friend, Jeff Hackett. No kudos necissary, just a girl and bike.

Enjoy, Don

No worries Don WELL worth a plug!  (Again if you like these old bikes do yourself a favor folks and pay him a visit)


Reader Ride. Beautiful Bultaco Restoration.

Jesus Buisan of Spain writes in:

After many months standing in the garage, today I started my Bultaco Sherpa T, and I felt like Steve McQueen in “On Any Sunday”, it was fun again feel the pull of the small two-stroke.
Greetings from Zaragoza, Spain.

That is an excellent build! Thank you for the photo’s. I’d love to own a nice Bultaco someday. They are growing on me a lot!

Reader Ride. A Pair Of Great of Great Yamaha’s From A Confrssed XT Junkie!

Paul Hutchins Writes in:

Swerved into your site and thought you might post my Big Wheel photos.

I have a almost pathological interest in the 500 Yam and recently sold most of my examples of this great cult classic. My street ride was this SR custom, White Bros. 540cc motor, high lift cam, 38mm carb, with Omar’s bodywork. I also restored this 1976 XT, the first ever model in the States, it was mint original and brought a similar price from a collector in Sydney, Australia. The TT is a dirtracker that was once on the street, it is now an ice racer in Michigan.

Thanks, Paul Hutchins