Tim Wise is one of a few that help run an amazing motorcycle mag, called Lowside Magazine, based out of Baltimore, Maryland. You may have heard of it but if you have been sleeping under a rock, I highly suggest swinging over to their website and snatching up a few. Enlighten yourself a little. I asked Tim what he was working on the last time I saw him a few months back and he smiled at me with his evil grin, "a 1945 knuckle, no biggie." Immediately, I got excited to hear more about it but he wasn't sharing too much information. I told him, "Well, you are going to have to bring it to Fuel Cleveland on May 9th then and show it off that way!" I have known Tim for a few years now and I know all about his wide array of gnarly bikes that he has collected over the years. He is an overall fan of anything with two wheels and just loves to ride the living shit out of all of them. Tim is a talented writer, an "ok builder" he says, into metal/punk rock, skateboarding, and he's an all around genuine dude that I am glad to call a friend of mine. I can't wait to see his knuckle creation and I am glad I gave him a little more motivation to finish it. Instead of the typical interviews and stuff I have been doing on here I asked Tim to write a little something about himself and see where it went. Change it up a little, I guess, since he does a great job of it. If you ever look in the front of a Lowside Mag, check out the front pager by Tim, it's always a good read. Enjoy!
So Mikey asked me to bring one of my bikes and one of my very good friend Tyler’s bikes to the Fuel Cleveland show. I’m kind of at a loss because I don’t think anyone will really give a shit about my bikes but I’m really stoked to be given the opportunity. I told one of my friends, a Born Free builder, and he just laughed at me. I guess that's a testament to how surprising it is. However I can guarantee my bike will be the type of bike that gets ridden and the type of bike I’ll be stoked on, and that’s all it's really about. Thanks again to Mikey for inviting me and the magazine to the party.
"Worst case, I guess, I could just bring my Pan if I don't finish it in time ahahah not that anyone wants to look at the thing." - Tim Wise
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