Monday, December 28, 2009

More Pan progress

Made some more headway on the Panhead. Sheetmetal is going to paint tomorrow.

Thursday, December 24, 2009

My wife Tasha RULES ALL!

My amazing wife surprised me with this for Christmas! The very first NO SHAME Custom Works logo jacket. It's soooooooooooooo insane I am still speechless!

Thanks Momma!

Design drawn by my brother from the same mother Brian. He RULES with the best of them, and is the one responsible for all the cool shit artwise for NO SHAME, cause I can admit I can't draw for shizzit.
"Some people will tell you that slow is good – but I’m here to tell you that fast is better. I’ve always believed this, in spite of the trouble it’s caused me. Being shot out of a cannon will always be better than being squeezed out of a tube. That is why God made fast motorcycles, Bubba…"

— Hunter S. Thompson

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

all I want for xmas

got my new Biltwell Gen2 Megaflake Helmet on the way thanks to my old lady.

No Shame is a distributor for all the Biltwell Inc products in Canada. So if you want something hit us up.

Sunday, December 20, 2009


Had a productive day today.

Gas tank tacked up, oilbag tacked up, motor in, frontend on.

Oilbag mounts, I'll final weld and massage once I tear down.

I'm diggin the way it's turning out. Tires will be here tomorrow, mounted Tuesday and this bitch will be a roller.

Aiming to have the frame to powder right after Christmas as well as paint.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Monday, December 14, 2009

Scott Pommier

Scott Pommier updated his website recently. For those of you who don't know, he's a professional picture taker in the skateboard industry. Fortunate for us he also has a motorcycle fetish. Click here to see the two worlds collide.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Saturday treat

thanks szeto,

Friday, December 11, 2009

Hunter S. Thompson

"We're bastards to the world and they're bastards to us," one of the Oakland Angels told a Newsweek reporter. "When you walk into a place where people can see you, you want to look as repulsive and repugnant as possible. We are complete social outcasts--outsiders against society."

From an article for the The Nation in 1965 about the Hells Angels.

Hunter S. Thompson


Thursday, December 10, 2009

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Meat Coma

Who's coming over for Dinner?

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Von Dutch

“I make a point of staying right at the edge of poverty. I don’t have a pair of pants without a hole in them, and the only pair of boots I have are on my feet. I don’t mess around with unnecessary stuff, so I don’t need much money. I believe it’s meant to be that way. There’s a ‘struggle’ you have to go through, and if you make a lot of money it doesn’t make the ‘struggle’ go away. It just makes it more complicated. If you keep poor, the struggle is simple.“ –Von Dutch

To bad his horrible daughters sold all his artwork after he passed and now his name is affiliated with people like dad the dad on Jon and KAte plus 8.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

The Man In Black

Do yourself a favour and check out the Selvedge Yard. You may find gems like this old hero of ours
Johnny Cash 1968 Folsom Prison


get it in'ya

Max Schaaf
Epicly LAter'd Episode 1

Working Class Hero

The gents over at ChopCult put together a little interview on my buddy Special 79 check it out here . He is the talented individual who whipped up my bars and tank.

Friday, November 20, 2009

New addition to the shop and family

This our newest member of our family. He's 11 weeks old and he RULES! Most well mannered dog I think I've ever seen! Everything about him is juat right! He's about 90% Rotti and a wee bit Husky. One blue eye and one blackish brown eye make him very unique! I am soo happy with him!
He is affectionatly named "Dozer", cause by looking at the size of his paws, he's gonna be the size of a bulldozer.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Another fab job wrapped up!

Narrowed this Dodge 8 3/4 housing 9 inches all together. I'm happy with the way it turned out. It's goin in a stroked Valiant so it'll definitly be put to work. Threaded rod to run through the housing to hold the flanges in place for tacking/finish welding.

Another happy No Shame customer!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Special Delivery from Special79!

Just when I thought I couldn't be more STOKED on how my bike is turning out, Mr Jay Roche helps take it to the next level. He made me these RIPPIN bars that complete the flow from front to back perfectly. He is a true craftsman and an excellent friend. Check out his blog and get him to whip something up for you, I promise you won't be dissappointed.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Pan Teaser....

HMMMMM what do we have here? What could possibly be in store when No Shame Customs gets mixed up with a 93" Accurate Engineering Panhead? Guess you'll have to stay tuned to find out...........BWAHAHA!

Saturday, September 26, 2009

"Hell"Vis has entered the building!

My bro Dinnie of D&M Tattoo Parlour started this last piece of my right sleeve. I call it "Hell"vis. Fuckin STOKED!

Sunday, September 6, 2009

I love vintage tools!

Brought home an Emerson horizontal/vertical bandsaw built in the late 60's. All it's been used for since new was cutting tubing for hot rod frames. It's all steel and cast iron, no plastic crap here! For $100 I'm STOKED!


The man Mike Ness of Social D. Their music got me though adolescence and now. They Rule and always will!
And yes the strings will go over the 2nd pick up on the guitar.

Work being done by Chad of D&M the same dude who rocked out my Johnny Cash piece.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

It's Official

As of August 14th No Shame Custom Work Inc. is a fully registered and incorporated buisness. I will be specializing in custom motorcycles, and anyother custom fabrication including machining, welding, etc.

My website will be located at and is being set-up as we speak.

I am in the works for being a Canadian dealer for the following

Lowbrow Customs

Biltwell Inc.

Cycleone Manufacturing LLC

Special '79 Fabrication

Troy Fabrications

And more to come

My first customer build with the company is a ground up custom with a 96" Accurate Engineering Panhead.

Watch for updates here for now until my website is up and running.

Thanks for looking and you can reach me at

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Dress up

Tryin out a set of rad Wabbit Ears my homie Hach sent me for a future build. I couldn't resist to try them out on the Sporty. I dig the flow of them and they're comfy to boot. Notice the fancy new Front St. fender. It'll go under the knife soo to trim it to aboot the 1 o'clock position and strutted to the sissybah (that one's for you Roche!) Almost there, last is to

-drill holes to run wires
-Strut the rear fender top and bottom
-Put the thrust plate on the kicker shaft
-paint the sheetmetal
-go over and Loctite EVERYTHING!
-weld on exhaust brackets
-mount the front fender
-mount turn signals
-Make carb support bracket to come off the top motormount
-finalize the headlight and tail light brackets
-plumb, wire and FIRE

A couple hours of fab work and wiring and it will breath it's first breath of life SOON!

STAY TUNED..........................

Friday, July 31, 2009

It stands on it's OWN

Locked myself in my shop again today and crossed a few more things off the list. Got my kickstand welded on, and rolled it out onto the street to see how it looks. My Front St. fender should hopefully come this week, as well as my Specialseventynine bars. Then I can mount the seat permanently and rock the bars I'm gonna be using and drop the headlight down some. But for now here it is. Drillin holes to run wires this weekend, and Loctite EVERYTHING.

I like it cause it's different. It's kind of a gooseneck/long bike/whatever it is. Something you don't see too often.


Monday, July 20, 2009

Who says customer service is DEAD? FRONT ST. CYCLE RULES!

There has been a fuck up by our BRUTAL mail system and my payment for a fender hasn't arrived to Craig in almost a month. Now this fender is the last thing I have to slam on my bike before I can wire/fire get inspected and RIDE! So I'm dead in the water right? WRONG! Craig has graciously offered to send me the fender without recieving payment yet so I can move along on my bike. Now this is extremely stand up of him to do when not too many.... if anyone who makes a living off their product would do.

This just shows how much of a kickass dude Craig is and what excellent customer service he provides for his product.

This will be the first fender I've used from Craig and I have heard nothing but great things about them so I am STOKED and honored to be able to run it on my bike.

MAD PROPS GIVIN TO FRONT ST.CYCLE and I will stand behind him any day.

Check it out and give him your buisness.

Monday, July 13, 2009


If you haven't noticed I've changed the title of my blog to the name of my new fab buisness. I'll be mainly focusing on the sickle world but can custom fab or machine anything your little heart desires.

I will also be a canadian dealer for the following to
start off

Biltwell Inc.

Badass chop parts and accessories from Califas.

Lowbrow Customs

Custom parts and apparel for the Lowbrow type

Cycleone Manufacturing

Frames for any type of set-up you can think of. From HD to metric, to British, to whatever. Also any accessory from oilbags to sprotors to air ride seat set-ups.

I will be official in 2 weeks so check in to see the progress.

That is all.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

FE Head progress

I took a "mental health" day today and locked myself in the shop. Got a bunch done. Aiming at riding this bitch by the middle/end of July. Tank will get painted along with the fender and IT'S ON! If I have time over the winter I'll break it down and do a proper splash job but we'll see.