Building and fabricating is only half the fun...
Easily our widest used bit of kit and a favourite here in the Earnest Workshop. Here's a quick rundown on whats new in batch #4.
Join us for the first ever Earnest Clay Classic at Smith's Farm. It was one seriously good day in the clay.
For another year we called on the boys, loaded two of the trucks with tools and assembled the - once a year - Earnest Recovery Team for the Auckland leg of the annual Distinguished Gentlemans Ride.
Motorcycles, like most things here in New Zealand, we don't have a lot of them. Which isn't a bad thing, as again like most things here, the ones we do have are built with pride.
In this day and age of everything at our fingertips it's not very often the world provides us with a vehicle so entertaining and interesting, that you stop and stare.
"If I'm not creating something, I feel like something is lacking in my life." Meet the hands and mind that is Sam Haring.
Join the Earnest crew and Engineered to Slide for a day at the Smith's Farm Oval.
It's the feeling of driving that has lead Julian to spend his nights tucked away in the workshop building some of the wildest machines you are likely to find at the track.
The task; create the best damn tig/mig glove available.
Join us for a night of pizza and beers as Nigel Petrie and Dean Walters from Engineered To Slide make the trip across to ditch to share their journey from Geelong to the Salt for FLATS.
We tracked Shawn down and arranged a sit down with what turns out to be one of the most driven creators we have ever had the pleasure of talking to.
Upsized stitch and constructed from sturdy 100% Australian and New Zealand wool.
When we heard good friends and Earnest workers Graeme Smyth of SMS Fabrication and Adam Hedges of C's Garage had teamed up on a extra special job at SMS HQ, we finished up in the workshop for the day and made our way over.