Photo Shoot with Xya
Beauty and The Beast
It was a cold July morning. Very, very cold. So cold Starbucks was serving coffee on a stick and politicians had their hands in their own pockets.
For our photo shoot with Xya we decided on a location near the Nepean River, close to Penrith. The fall foliage and white fences would give us the country feel we were looking for in this shoot. As it is with most out doors activities we can not control the weather. There was a little wind and it was very cold, but the sun was shining down on us.
Never the less Xya soldiered on with a selection of clothes you would wear in the height of summer. I used a blow dryer to remove the lens cap off my camera and the photo shoot was on.
We hope the video brings you into the shoot. I feel it’s one step closer to being there in person. Pity you can’t have video in a printed magazine, huh?
Here is the digital media we created from the shoot. We hope you enjoy it.
|A few years ago
|Original colour was red but the old owner got it painted how it is now
|Date Started Work:
|About a year ago
|Why Did You Start Customising:
|Just wanted it to how I like it
|First Thing Changed:
|First thing I changed was the pipes
|Have You Finished:
|Nope it never ends LOL. I'll be making a few big changes to the bike in the next few months
|1340cc (80 cubic inch)
|Got a lowering kit through it
|Got resprayed a few months ago by 2sus custom resprays just to freshen it up as it had some chips and scratches from the age.
|Blue on White
|I got forward controls put on it, I got an Andrews EV27 cam in it, got new 16inch apeys put on, new mirrors, grips, new primary cover on and changed the back indicators to bullet ones.
|2sus custom resprays for the respray, Jason and Kee from Suicide Shifter Kustoms at Silverdale for all there work and looking after me and finally Carl from Moose Motorcycles for all the work he has recently done on my bike.
Behind the scenes