As some of you know my main project is Sons of Speed. Sons of Speed is a motorcycle race inspired by early 20th-century board-track racing and featuring stripped-down bikes with pre-1925 1000cc American V-Twin engines. It's something I've been interested in and wanting to do for years.
I've been particularly
busy the last few months finding the parts to build six bikes for racing, and now it's heads-down until the race at New Smyrna Speedway during Daytona Bike Week. Some of the people who will be joining me in March are Rick Petko from American Chopper (on a 1920 Indian), Jay Allen of the Broken Spoke (on a 1913 Thor), Xavier Muriel of Buckcherry (on a 1919 Harley-Davidson), Harley dealer Shelly Rossmeyer (on a 1915 Harley-Davidson) and my brother Warren Lane (on a 1919 Indian). And I'll be riding either a 1913 Mack or a 1913 Indian.
If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you'll be able to watch my progress, and we'll have more details on the event here soon.
Otherwise, if you'll be attending Daytona Bike Week in 2016, we hope to see you there.