We are now offering shop T-shirts and hooded sweatshirts!
This is our first run of Vindikta t-shirts and sweatshirts, so we did a small run of limited sizes to start.
Vindikta Powered By Hate and Steel T-Shirt
Sizes: XL and 2XL
Shirts run true to size
Shipping not included in price
Vindikta Powered By Hate and Steel Hooded Sweatshirt
Hanes Comfort Blend EcoSmart Hooded Sweatshirts
50% Cotton 50% Polyester
Sizes: XL, 2XL, 3XL
Sweatshirts run a size small, so please order one size larger
Shipping not included in price
We just wanted to let our customers know that our motorcycle bars are also available for Springer models.
Here are our 1.5″ Wildcat bars in a Springer version:
We appreciate all of the great feedback on our new releases. Summer is coming and it’s time to ride!
Come out & support the pre 1970 hot rods & customs at the 5th Annual Hippy Killer Hoedown Motorcycle Show! The cost is just $10. Ride on out to The Wild West Arena, 32150 Grand Ave. Winchester, CA We will not be vending but all of us will be there to just enjoy the show.
Need more info? Check out their event website!
JANUARY 5, 2013
Anaheim Convention Center (Hall A)
800 West Katella Ave. - Anaheim, CA 92802
Show Hours: 10am-8pm
Admission Adults: $20.00
$5 Discount For All ACTIVE MILITARY
- Must Show Military ID At Time Of Purchase “Can ONLY Be Used At Box Office”
Admission Kids: (6-12) $10.00 5 Yrs & Younger-Free
We will have a booth here launching our new products for 2013, so come by and say hello!
EL CAMINO HISTORIC MOTORCYCLE EVENT MOVES TO IRWINDALE RACEWAY
Due to much needed earthquake retrofitting and renovations, a large portion of the parking lot used at El Camino College is unavailable for use for this year’s El Camino event. This construction would result in having to turn away 75 regular swap meet vendors, and would once again leave the event without space for the 30 to 50 new vendors that inquire each year wanting to participate in the event.
Now, the event will be held at the Irwindale Raceway, located at 500 Speedway Dr. Irwindale, CA. 91706.
The vendor spaces are a bit larger with plenty of room for all regular vendors, new vendors and for future growth.
The bike show registration fee and spectator admission will stay the same. There will be a $5.00 parking fee per vehicle and FREE dedicated ride-in parking for motorcycles.
We will be attending the event tomorrow, but will not have a vendor booth. Hope you can make it out to it as well!
Vindikta will be vending this year at Born Free, come by and visit us!
The Born-Free Show is about the love of old motorcycles and like minded individuals having a good time together and enjoying these bikes of the past.It is also a family event,young and old a-like are welcome to come out and enjoy the show.This show is meant to unite people from all walks of life by bringing the passion that we all have of these old machines together for one special day.If you come out to the event please be prepared to have a great time,see some vintage bikes..lots of vintage bikes in a peaceful friendly family environment.The event site and local law enforcement have a (( no Patch or Colors )) policy that we must abide by.We respect everyone’s right live & do as they choose so we must respect the event site’s policy as well. We thank you in advance for your cooperation and look forward to seeing everyone on June 30 2012 @ Born-Free 4! For more info, go to Born Free’s Blogspot.
Just wanted to share two photos of motorcycles we’ve seen during the past week. Here is an old Harley that was at the Viva Las Vegas car show last Saturday.
The second photo is a bike at the Long Beach Grand Prix today.
Start the New Year out right by hitting up the Easy Rider Show on January 7th, 2012! Located at the Anaheim Convention Center, there are hundreds of bikes and builders! We will be there with our booth and a bike in the show, so look for Vindikta and say hello!
Just a sample of some of the seat pans heading out this week to some of the leather workers that use our pans, and some extra for the upcoming Long Beach motorcycle swap meet. The pans are laser cut from 11 gauge steel and the stainless steel mounts are TIG welded. We don’t use carriage bolts or 5 cent bolts from the local depot store. Some people want the pans just bent with nothing welded to them and even a few go out just as the laser cut blank with no bend. We’ve done quite a few custom orders for customers that wanted a specific style or radius and some of these pans have had some incredible leather attached to them on a few award winning bikes. In the next few weeks, we’ll add the contact info for a few of the leather workers that use these pans and turn out some mind blowing artwork.