Jacob Elstone

Born and Raised In small town Ontario, Jake was able to really stretch out with the openness of his environment and the lack of cops. he really became a classic ford loving hillbilly. sometimes you can still catch him in the canadian tire parkin' lot dickin around and drifting his ranger on the bends.

Jake's Daily Rider

"Junkie Chase"

1971 HARLEY-DAVIDS1ON XLCH Divorced trans w/ ratchet top transmissionEarly magneto cam cover swap

Built in house
Chain guard
Basically the entire fuckin' bike

What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen Ironhead, you ask? Well, that's not important right now. What is important is Jake's inexplicable love for these motorcycles. It's not like they're cheap or anything - no, that couldn't be it. It must be the joy of disassembling and rebuilding them that keeps Jake coming back for more. And by "more," I mean his third Ironhead. I mean, who wouldn't want to spend their time and money on that? It's not like there are any other hobbies out there or anything. But seriously, Jake insists that it's all about the challenge and the unique character and style of Ironheads. Sure, sure. And I'm sure the fact that he's been compared to a weirdo in biology class who gets a kick out of disecting frogs has nothing to do with it either. Absolutely nothing.

  • "Tonya"
    Named after the talented figure skater who also can break your leg.
    1975 Harley-Davidson XLCH
    Early cam cover swap w/ mag
    Hardtailed stock frame

  • "Sweetie Bike"
    Cause she's a shweetie gorrrrl
    1978 YAMAHA XS650
    Classic Style Chopper

    Hardtailed in house

  • "Missed Connection"
    Funny story behind that name

    1967 HONDA CB450K
    Molded classic chopper
    Painted and built in house.


Jake sure does love his Ford Rangers, doesn't he? I mean, who wouldn't want to own seven of these things? It's not like there are any other types of vehicles out there or anything. No, it's definitely the rugged durability and versatility of the Ranger that keeps Jake coming back for more. And by "more," I mean yet another one after crashing and burning each and every one of the previous seven. But hey, to each their own, right? As long as Jake's happy with his Rangers, that's all that matters. I mean, what could possibly go wrong with owning seven of these things? Absolutely nothing, I'm sure.