Tuesday, July 8, 2014
That's right there is a new article in the Horse BC magazine, its called Dicker and Flip'r. You guessed it Boomers Bike Shop is writing it. The article is about everything we do at the shop, buying a selling motorcycle. Its one of reasons I haven't been able to post on here in awhile. but I'm getting back at it. Check the article in any of the Horse BC mag and let us know what you guys think!!
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
My uncle never takes a day off and I think that is because he loves what he does, they say you never really work a day in your life if that is the case. It was a nice Sunday afternoon and he asked me I wanted to go for a drive. I said yeah sounds fun. Before to long i was walking though a swamp, back by a barn; pulling a 71 triumph and an old sears motorcycle back to our truck. Nothing like a Sunday drive.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
We get guys stopping by the shop all the time with leads on parts hoards, by when Ron Finch stops by with one you tend to listen. Ron told us he had a friend with a generator Shovel for sale. After some phone calls we made our way to a man named Dave's house. What we found was a generator shovel in a wide tire (300) rolling frame. The only problem was that Dave wanted 8500 for the roller. After Boomer and him dickered a bit we found some parts and asked Dave to though them in on the deal too. He said oh you bros want parts want parts. After a few stair cases later we ended up in Dave's attic, which was full of old parts. Our little shop van was packed floor to ceiling, and the back doors open riding down the road. Three guy rode in the front which was designed for two people. All in all in was a good find and some good times with friends.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
b>Not long ago we had bought a 2009 FatBoy, and we don't normally buy a bike that new. So we wanted to move it fast. Boomer called a old friend he said he would buy it right away. I had no idea the friends was part owner of Wolverine Harley Davidson. He was nice enough to give us a full tour of the shop. It just kept going and it was full of bikes and parts, I didn't know there was manly people that rode in Michigan. It was so big he had some cool cars stored there also. While we were there Boomer Found a 68' Triumph, and a 71' Ironhead.