Monday, October 31, 2011
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Friday, October 28, 2011
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Motos customizadas, clássicas, restauradas, vintage…todas manifestaçoes de uma cultura, que cada vez mais se populariza no mundo inteiro.
Mas o que faz alguém passar meses, ou, até mesmo anos, colecionando peças, tendo que lidar com as situações mais adversas, para completar a restauração ou a construção daquela ideia fixa, que chamamos de moto?
Qual seria a motivação? Dinheiro? Fama?…ou seria somente um hobby, uma terapia ocupacional para profissionais liberais com algum ou muito tempo livre?
Nada disso…o que ganhamos no final dessa cruzada é orgulho…orgulho de termos conseguido nos manter focados e de termos criado algo…e junto com isso, talvez o mais importante: ganhamos respeito de nossos companheiros, pessoas que dividem as mesmas paixões.
Um trofeu simboliza esse respeito, algo que nao pode ser comprado, somente conquistado.
Parabéns `as motos ganhadoras do Two Wheels Brazil.
Em breve anunciaremos os primeiros e segundo lugares nas categorias Restauração, Custom, e Cafe Racer
Monday, October 24, 2011
A vida só vale a pena quando se tem amigos com quem a gente pode contar. Muito obrigado aos velhos e novos amigos, que fizeram do Two Wheels Brazil a festa incrível que foi.
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Senhoras e senhores.
Em conformidade com todos os grandes eventos fechados dos Estados Unidos, decidimos fazer do Two Wheels Brazil um evento NO COLORS.
Sunday, October 16, 2011
I found this text by E.B White, originally published in the New Yorker, on May 1936.
Written in 1922, It's a fantastic glimpse at a bygone era, at the very transition from horse to machine. Harleys, in my opinion, were the 2 wheeled model T's up to the invention of the Evo engine , in the mid 80's.
This very feeling inspired David Allan Coe to write "I think I'm crazy but I love this old Panhead of mine..."
Farewell My Lovelly
I see by the new Sears Roebuck catalogue that it is still possible to buy an axle for a 1909 Model T Ford, but I am not deceived. The great days have faded, and the end is in sight. Only one page in the current catalogue is devoted to parts and accessories for the Model T; yet everyone remembers springtimes when the Ford gadget section was larger than men's clothing, almost as large as household furnishings. The last Model T was built in 1927, and the car is fading from what scholars call the American scene - which is an understatement, because to a few million people who grew up with it, the old Ford practically was the American scene. It was the miracle that God had wrought. And it was patently the sort of thing that could only happen once. Mechanically uncanny, it was like nothing that had ever come to the world before. Flourishing industries rose and fell with it. As a vehicle, it was hard working, commonplace, heroic; and it often seemed to transmit those qualities to the person who rode in it. My own generation identifies it with Youth, with its gaudy, irretrievable excitements; before it fades into the mist, I would like to pay it the tribute of the sigh that is not a sob, and set down random entries in a shape somewhat less cumbersome than a Sears Roebuck catalogue.
** From the New Yorker for May 16, 1936.
* E.B. White is the author of Charlotte's Web and One Man's Meat, among other works.
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Thursday, October 13, 2011
Acabamos de vender o último ingresso do 2o lote!
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Então...ainda dá tempo de chegar no TWB de Harlão Vintage!!!!
Monday, October 10, 2011
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
RUA TURIASSU 1863
Dispõe de acomodações single e duplo somente.
Categorias standard, vip e luxo.
Seguem abaixo os valores de diárias:
01 pessoa R$ 270,00
02 pessoas R$ 319,00
01 pessoa R$ 414,00
02 pessoas R$ 490,00
01 ou 02 pessoas R$ 646,00.
As diárias incluem, o café da manhã, internet, estacionamento e não cobram taxas.