We’re off to the salt for some straight line lunacy! No, not Bonneville, the Aussie version of speed week at Lake Gairdner in outback South Australia (apparently our salt is faster..)
Assalt will be based on a 1987 BMW R80 which already sports 1000cc barrels and heads. I’ve sold my soul to the salt and will be throwing everything I can at this project…and then some.
My shed mate Ross of Supacustom has hooked up with an old compadre of mine, Paul Chiodo of Peter Stevens Motorcycles. The pair will be campaigning a Triumph Bonne of noughties vintage. Paul is currently amassing a small army for their siege on the salt.
We’re all frothing at the mouth with excitement – too much to handle so help us spread the love in the Assalt build blog here
Essential for incurable experimenters in the go-fast department. It’s an in-house design of the inertia variety and modular in form.
The design is complete but we’ll have to get a wriggle on – Assalt will be spending lots of time on this treadmill.
Build blog is here
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Wev’e partitioned a portion of our warehouse to create a photo studio. Many of the pics that appear on this site were taken in it.
Soon to come is a purpose built flash setup principally designed for photographing motorcycles – though the same setup will also be very handy for subject matter of all sorts. Once finished, we can photograph you and your two wheeled beloved in any position that floats your boat! So stay tuned..
In the meantime, it is now available for rent on a full or half day basis and the rental includes studio flash gear. So if you’re in need of a studio or creative space, the studio page is here: stkildastudios.com
The pic is of our mascot: a graffiti angel that appeared on the studio door.