Tag Archive | Motorcycle

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Baseball Cap with Pig Ears

pink pig hat photo by gail worley
Photo By Gail

A smiling pig riding a motorcycle adorns the front of this eye-catching Hot Pink Baseball Cap that comes complete with a set of fuzzy pink pig ears! I spotted this unusual (and yet, appropriate) cap on the head of a fellow-reveler at the Great Big Bacon Picnic a few years back, and I found again it in my archives whilst trawling for photos of Pink Things! My guess is the pig is the mascot of a local motorcycle-enthusiasts club, and it has something to do with being a “hog on a hog.” Or something similar.

Eye On Design: Indian Chief Roadmaster Motorcycle

Indian Chief Motorcycle
All Photos By Gail

The Indian Chief Roadmaster was designed as a handsome, comfortable rival to Harley-Davidson’s heavyweight touring bikes as Americans took to the road in the years following World War II. Indian’s top model, the Chief Roadmaster (1948) exuded power and style. Note the Indian Head on the front fender as well as the custom-fringed leatherwork. Now, imagine how it would look flying in the wind as the bike speeds toward the horizon!

Indian Chief Motorcycle
Photographed in the Autry Museum pf the American West in Los Angeles, California.

Indian Chief Motorcycle

1966 Batcycle

1966 Batcycle
All Photos By Gail

Built from a 1966 Yamaha Catalina (YDS-3) 250, the Batcycle features a side car with a portable go-cart resting on it for Batman’s sidekick, Robin. The entire Batcycle and side car are handsomely customized in black and white colors with a Batshield molded into the fairing (the shell placed over the frame) and fender guard. Not only is the Batcycle a hugely modified Yamaha Catalina 250, but Robin’s cart, which is an integral part of the Batcycle rig, is powered by a 55cc, electric start, Yamaha three speed engine. The bike was designed by Tom Daniel and built in 5 days in April 1966 by Richard “Korky” Korkes and Daniel Dempski, doing business as Kustomotive. Yamaha gave them three black motorcycles, so they could build one “hero” bike and two copies. The basic design of the fairing came from a Yamaha.

1966 Batcycle

Photographed at the Amazing Automobiles Exhibit at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.

Drumkit Chopper

Drumkit Chopper
Image courtesy of Sick Drummer Magazine

The Question is: Where Do You Take it for a Tune Up?

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Custom Chopper!

How about taking your Valentine out for a thrill on this sweet pink ride! I love it to death!

Pink Thing Of The Day: Pink LEGO Motorcycle Ridden By Miss Piggy!

A Hog On A Hog

LEGO sculptures sure are a hot item lately. LEGO fetishist website Brothers Brick Dot Com just posted pictures of a super detailed figure of Miss Piggy riding a motorcycle that goes a long way towards showing you the limitless creative possibilities when you have box of LEGOs and an imagination. Brothers Brick also has additional links to a commentary page on the Miss Piggy figure as well as a well-documented construction journal with detailed photos showing the building process. According to the site, Piggy’s motorcycle “is the most pink I’ve seen in a fan-built creation.” Nice!

Thanks to Ian For the Tip!

Hamburger Harley


This ‘Meat-er-cycle‘ looks like one tasty ride! P.S. Try not to cry when you see the wheel covers!

Pink Thing of the Day: Knitted Motorcycle Cozy

“Everything Nice” (2006)

Acrylic Yarn Cozy over Motorcycle by Theresa Honeywell measures 6′ x 5′ x 3.5′.