Them pans kick major ass! I would like to have seen the orange one pullin a wheelie.
How come you didn't turn it into that x-mas light like it is supposed to be ?Danny F. said:Word...
I love the blue/cream one...Tony Bones said:Those are neat bikes. I'm fond of these:
i learned how to ride a pan by watching that orange pan - im just trying to carry on a tradition of burnin it up in asbury. i'llpost pics of asbury in the day.tom said:someone from your crew at the asbury lanes gig the other weekend left out in a fucking blaze of glory...a panhead burning tire getting sideways was choice, a real site fore sore eyes...it was a fuckin pan man!
those bikes look real familiar, I think I saw them growing up as a shithead kid in central NJRichiepan said:I took these pics over 15 years ago of two of the coolest pans that have ever run the streets! By far the hottest pair of pans. Wheelie pullin - ape hangin - jockey shifting bikes! - I call stilll see the orange pan pullin a wheelie outside of mrs jays in asbury at 3:00 in the morning right in front of a cop car! Everywhere you went you would see one of these bikes rippin rubber and spillin oil. These bike and the guys that rode them were what bikers were all about then and now. its hard to top these two no bullshit Rides! Enjoy!
If you got pics of anything cooler i'd like to see it!
First thank's for sharing the pictures and story...I really can't think of two more perfect pans. Lots of cool bikes around today but when do you ever see 'em with that much road grime!beatcad said:i love that pic of(a young) robert williams. do ya think he was just sittin' in the bike at the time or did he actually ride with sandles on?
Yep, it's Oink! I'm not quite sure if Williams ever actually "owned" it. Harpoonani?ChopperMark said:I believe the bike Mr. Williams is sitting on is Mr. Roth's.