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12-16-2010, 3:32 PM
From Milwaukee, WI. Just picked up a KZ750 Twin that's been sitting since the late 80s. Pretty crusty. We'll see what develops out of this piece.

12-17-2010, 8:47 PM
Hey all. New here. been trolling for a while but decided to sign up. current ride is a borrowed 09 vulcan 900. Currently trying to budget a build. Not sure of platform. would like a parallel twin but might do a v twin. I grew up racing dirtbikes and raised on japanese bikes but I have been drooling over triumphs as of late.

Into cafes and bobbers.

12-18-2010, 9:35 AM
Just showed up here, hope to see some of ya on the road. Keep the rubberside down.

12-18-2010, 11:19 AM
Weeeell, welcome aboard.

12-18-2010, 1:11 PM
Hey Y'all. New to the cult.
I live near Columbus Ohio. I play guitar in "Black Mountain Creeper"
I have an 04 883/1200 conversion. I also have a 81 GS 550 L that I am working on.
This is a sweet site. I dig the bikes here. Glad I found this place.

12-18-2010, 6:34 PM
Welcome from Southwest Okla.

12-18-2010, 10:30 PM
North Eastern PA guy here, lurked now and then and finally signed up. I have a couple SOHC CB750s and a lot of parts and a 77 KZ1000.

12-19-2010, 7:48 AM
I'm hardtailing my '[94 1200 right now. I am on the east side of the state. There are a few of us tha tare going top "stitch the mitt" this summer (lower pen. only), so we may be over in your area. We are going to take between 4 and 6 days to do it... just looking at places to crash and where we can grab good MI beer each night.

12-19-2010, 7:54 AM
Hi, This is my first tear down build where everything will leave the frame, then less will go back on. I did modify a 2000 dyna WG last winter, rode it, then got the itch for a hardtail, sold it to a great guy in VA serving our country, and bought a '94 1200 Sporty. This is going to be a lane-splitting, death machine! But not just a bar hopper, I am going to ride the roads around the lower peninsula of Michigan (its called "stitching the mitt") this coming summer and hopefully make it down to the Horse's Smokeout East party.

12-19-2010, 8:12 AM
Hm, new at ChopCult.
Words are shit so let me show you guys what i´m doin and were the weird stuff is born.

The stack ( or living junk pile )

<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/57078628@N04/5262417217/" title="Werkstatt von arnemengel bei Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5164/5262417217_e70f7d0d02.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="Werkstatt" /></a>

The new one.
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/57078628@N04/5263025446/" title="Rechts von arnemengel bei Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5090/5263025446_674afd410b.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="Rechts" /></a>

<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/57078628@N04/5263023966/" title="Links von arnemengel bei Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5289/5263023966_f875a9f2e5.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="Links" /></a>

The old Ladies.
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/57078628@N04/5273404113/" title="DSCF1289 von arnemengel bei Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5208/5273404113_8d3dfa567a.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="DSCF1289" /></a>
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/57078628@N04/5273409089/" title="DSCF1282 von arnemengel bei Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5089/5273409089_d104ff67c0.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="DSCF1282" /></a>

That´s me.

Cheers and Frohe Weihnachten und einen Guten Rutsch as we say in Germany.
Let your wrench glow.


12-19-2010, 8:49 AM
your right words are shit....but the stuff in those pics sure isn't...beautiful bikes!

12-19-2010, 10:06 AM
nice looking work

12-19-2010, 11:37 AM
Cool bikes you got there Arne.

12-19-2010, 11:49 AM
welcome to cc. my momma is german but "Sprechen Zie Deutsch?" is al lthe german i know! i love that green bike, i am making one in that style at the moment!

12-19-2010, 12:50 PM
New here from Lancaster/York PA. I'm into aged rusty and dirty bobbers/choppers which is tough when you live so close to the nation's biggest Harley factory and all you see on the road is dressers. Currently ride a stripped down/cut up 87 Honda Shadow which gets some confusing looks. Also working on a 72 XS650 that I bought as a stock roller. Plan on hardtailing it. Looking for some friends/events in the area that are into ratty kustoms rather than candy+chrome. I'm not bitter, just poor.

Awesome site, Thanks!

12-19-2010, 3:08 PM
hi all, im a new guy from Southern Illinois and i own a 84 FXSB that I plan on hardtailling as soon as i can find a hardtail kit for my bike! so if anyone knows where to get one fairly cheap please let me know. thanks

12-19-2010, 7:00 PM
Nice bikes and welcome from Oklahoma.

12-21-2010, 12:04 PM
Hello All, New here and motorcycles make me sweat, or maybe thats because i live in Phoenix. I have too many bikes / projects for my one car garage

My newly aquired 59 TR6


That used to be this.


And then this,


My '64 650 project


My sporty chop I built in highschool. As if i didn't have enough to do, I'm giving this a face lift.


And I ramble and post stuff http://throttleaddiction.blogspot.com

12-21-2010, 12:14 PM
New here, but around bikes far to long .. here's some living room art, lol

12-21-2010, 12:35 PM
Hello.... Just signed up today, been lurking for a little bit, but figured I should sign up. I'm from Cold Lake, Canada. Currently don't have a bike, between them I guess...,just sold my '74 Ironhead. Owned a BSA Firebird Scrambler before aswell and currently looking for a pan to piss with. See you around.....

12-21-2010, 12:38 PM
New here, but around bikes far to long .. here's some living room art, lol

Hmmmm. I've seen that bike. Welcome.

12-22-2010, 9:45 AM
Just found the Intros thread and since I just signed up a day ago, might as well throw a hello in here. From what I have gathered in the short amount of time on this forum, there are quite a few knowledgeable folks on here and seem much more passionate than most other forums I have lurked on. Anyways, I ride a sporty, soon to be overhauled this winter and if I feel like I have something intelligent to say, I'll chime in! Looking forward to being a part of this community.

12-22-2010, 1:35 PM
Another FN new guy from NYC

12-22-2010, 4:41 PM
Hey guys,
Just thought I'd finally introduce myself.
Working on a 76 ironhead chop winter project, that I thought I'd post up.
This site rules.

12-25-2010, 11:05 AM
Hey chopcult Community Massive and Riders alike.
This is my "Introduction" to the Rider Community Culture, So "First Of All A Massive Heads Up Respect to all the OldSchoolers" in here, and im not talking only site admin electric shit, i mean more to the Real Oldschoolers that are nowhere near a computer and have ther einfluence in here more than your heavy blogger, hats off to the Oldschool much respect guys u make this all it is when the crunch becomes to crunched.
so aNy'Rowl.. Im a Kiwi male late 20`s, i have been struck by the mighty Pony Blade of Glory and there is no changing the effect that was done, i will have to post here my first pony o influence
Miss BSA Indian http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j37/astronaughty/5b761b0e.jpg this fine Horse stopped me in my tracks a few summers back and now i am married for life.
So just a little about me keepin it breif yeah! I have some amazing kiwi cru who design a lot fo engines and all sorts liek electrical installs marine or home or major industrial, my mate invented a hybrid electric power efficient engine at 15 years old... i.e yota prius, this will most likely never be disposed anyhow, i am also a friend of "PAUL Knight" pioneer of 3Phase aftermarket alternator coils etc, dont know how many know of him , however i know he traveleled the world modding harleys with his 3 Phase design. so thats a couple of my old mates, apart from that im just studying at unniversity and hussling, and i am taking all the amazing customs i see to inspire design and will make my best efforts to move these into the 3d architexture of a computer to model them to the closest mm to shape my dream road horse.
my main interests are Bsa Indians /old Harleys / old triumphs/ custom choppers.
many of you are so experienced its amazing and i cant wait to get started on my project, i have a friend who has an authentic indian chief with the sidecart passenger all original, hahha! so theres some nice stuff to get me started.
ok well i will leave my introduction at that.

Ride On Ride High Ride Low Ride Above.
Peace and Blessings to all.

12-26-2010, 5:37 PM
Whats up everyone? Im new on here but not new to riding. Moved out to Indiana from Las Vegas. If there are any Indiana peeps out here let me know. Looking for some rides, events etc


12-26-2010, 8:11 PM
Welcome ...New here myself.....Nice bikes

12-26-2010, 8:21 PM
Finally signed up. Wanted to share the builder behind my bike (i helped/ learned )

we have a great group here in Richmond, VA http://johnryland.posterous.com/tag/cindyhicks
John Ryland the visionary builder. Adam Ewing, great photographer & owner of one of the bikes

love the chop culture... now on to maybe a new project.

12-26-2010, 10:02 PM
Finally signed up. Wanted to share the builder behind my bike (i helped/ learned )

we have a great group here in Richmond, VA http://johnryland.posterous.com/tag/cindyhicks
John Ryland the visionary builder. Adam Ewing, great photographer & owner of one of the bikes

love the chop culture... now on to maybe a new project.... want to bob a 89 sportster. lower, lighter, meaner.

12-27-2010, 12:11 PM
Chris, from the NC south east side. Love the site. This place has it all, especially for poor peaple like myself who do things the homade of garge way.

12-27-2010, 11:33 PM
Noah, from austin,TX. my brother turned me on to this forum, love the build dont buy attitude. it is my personal life motto

12-28-2010, 2:39 PM
What's up,
I'm new on here. Just picked up a new project KZ1000. I'm from Wyoming. That's about it.

12-29-2010, 6:07 AM
Happy Holidays Everyone!

Im Sean from Shrewsbury PA. I've been into and around motorcycles since the early 80's when I got my first one, an OSSA Stiletto. It was a retired and forgotten flat track racer one of my teachers in High School gave me. I have just recently started riding street bikes. I have a 1984 Honda Shadow Bobber Project currently and also am working on a bike for my Fiancee.

12-30-2010, 9:06 AM
I'm Chops from Massachusetts... I have a hard tail 05 sportster that I plan to have up an running by the first day of this coming riding season. :cheersmate:

12-30-2010, 11:47 AM
New here from WV.

I'm Skyjac, ride a 92 Honda VT600c. Spent last winter choppin' and bobbin', and this site looks like a good place to be.

12-30-2010, 11:52 AM
oh my god i love your show its soo! great but what happend to chopper dave i missed the last episode

12-30-2010, 10:01 PM
Tallahassee, FL here. Got turned on to this forum by one of the guys at Pirate4x4.

I'm 24 and just got done rebuilding my 2008 Honda CBR600RR after getting creamed by a truck, and can honestly say I'm now bored of it. I want a bike that has character, is kickstart, and fits my personality. I want a bike that can always use a little more lovin'. I also love fabricating, and have already picked up a couple ideas I can't wait to try (the brass etching and the homemade tail light is at the top of my list.)

So yeah, fuckers, here I am!

12-30-2010, 10:15 PM
Cheers from California...an order of Biltwell bars got me turned on to the site...looks really good.

12-30-2010, 11:23 PM
hornbeck, from Lawton, OK, found the site while surfing around. I have an '08 sporty that is currently in pieces while I go through it and learn everything I can. If you twitter, I'm @hornbeck

12-31-2010, 10:33 AM
Just signed in and saying hi to all...From the East side of Michigan.....Been riding since I was 7 and have never looked back......I have a few projects along with a few runners.....


01-01-2011, 1:48 PM
What's up guys? I'm Adrian. I'm from Chicago but I found a home in austin, TX. Been building houses for most of my life. Recently got a hold of a welder and got the bug. I hope to spend more time on metal. Dammit I need to finish my bike. It's been tooooo long. Cheers.

01-02-2011, 2:09 PM
Ain't new, just deleted my account somehow on accident trying to upload a photo on my phone. Clearly I'm not very good with technology.
I didn't do one of these in the first place though, I live in Northern BC, Canada, I'm a sign maker by trade, and I'm slowly building an early 70's shovelhead. Slowly but surely.

01-03-2011, 8:22 AM
New here been signed up for a few mounths just fergot to put it on my favorites list--looks like you can talk anything here i'll like that. swap page looks pretty good also

01-03-2011, 10:58 AM
Hi all ,been without a bike for about 25 years since I sold my Sporster. Wanted to get back into building a bike so I picked up an XS650 and started cutting it up.

01-03-2011, 9:16 PM
hey from indiana
rolling a 92 xlh sporty and looking to build another


01-04-2011, 10:43 PM
Another newb from the Hoosier state, Howdy y'all!

01-05-2011, 10:11 PM
New to the forum...Just looking around. Building an 82 Sporty in a Paughco rigid frame. :-)

01-05-2011, 11:24 PM
.finally decided to make an account..anyone from southern cali ever want to ride hit me up...

01-06-2011, 4:20 AM
Intro? Screw that! I don't like anybody that is even a little bit different than me. My grandmother could probably kick your ass. Does anyone actually read this?


01-06-2011, 9:34 PM
newbie here checkin in.. been lurkin for awhile.. some of you may know me from other forums.. riding a shovel..


01-07-2011, 5:20 PM
Whats up to all!
IM Derek aka dirty D from pittsburgh!
Rocking a 72 sporty kicker.
This site is a fucking breath of fresh air!

01-07-2011, 5:43 PM
Hey all,
I'm from Durango, CO just hanging out in the cold working on a Sporty. Dig the site.
Here's my bike, not much true fab but I like the direction and such so fuck it.



01-07-2011, 9:53 PM
anyone meeting to ride to the street chopper show on sunday in long beach?if so hit me up im coming from huntington beach

01-07-2011, 10:00 PM

01-09-2011, 10:37 AM
Hey guys,

Just doing my intro. I live in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and am kinda new to bikes. I bought an 04 sportster 1200xl a year ago and have since been doing some minor changes to the bike. I've been on here getting some ideas for my build and finally joined. Look forward to getting some questions answered by people who actually know what they're talking about.

thanks guys.

01-09-2011, 10:13 PM
Whats up from Lubbock, TX. Currently working on an 82 Shovel. Work in a custom car and motorcycle shop dealing mostly in custom paint jobs. Hit me up.

01-11-2011, 4:19 PM
Never did the introduction thing but have been enjoying the site for awhile now.

So, I am a Westside resident and Long Beach worker, currently riding a hard tailed 58 pan-shovel. Sadly my daily driver may have just turned into my new project bike, the front cylinder head just bit the dust so out comes the motor. I've been saying that things would most likely change when the motor needed to come out so we'll see if that holds true since I am looking to make EDR in May.

01-11-2011, 10:13 PM
..Guess I'll do my intro. I live in Houston and work at a hot rod shop here in Spring. Like to build shit in my spare time . I've been lurking around here for a while thought I'd post something. I worked at Flyrite for a while in the blossoming years. Bounced around at a few shops and ended up here. This board is renewing my love for all things two wheeled. Well back to lurking. I built this while I was there. I am not the model.

01-12-2011, 2:03 PM
very well, where do I begin? My father was a relentlessly self-improving boulangerie owner from Belgium with low grade narcolepsy and a penchant for buggery. My mother was a fifteen year old French prostitute named Chloe with webbed feet. My father would womanize, he would drink. He would make outrageous claims like he invented the question mark. Sometimes he would accuse chestnuts of being lazy. The sort of general malaise that only the genius possess and the insane lament. My childhood was typical. Summers in Rangoon, luge lessons. In the spring we’d make meat helmets. When I was insolent I was placed in a burlap bag and beaten with reeds- pretty standard really. At the age of twelve I received my first scribe. At the age of fourteen a Zoroastrian named Vilma ritualistically shaved my testicles. There really is nothing like a shorn scrotum… it’s breathtaking- I highly suggest you try it.

If anybody feels they've heard this before, they are dead wrong.

01-13-2011, 6:28 PM
What up y'all ??? First time post, former punk/skin grew my hair out into locks, love my bike (2003 Fatboy) and looking forward to learning and getting customization ideas from you all..Have been riding for 15 years (35 now) and live, breathe Harleys, Triumphs, CB750's, Cafes...etc. Not much else to say, GO Steelers...

01-13-2011, 7:05 PM
Hey, I am Cat. Owner and Photographer of Rabid Magazine.

I have a love for bikes and cars and want to learn as much as I can so I can appreciate what I am shooting putting in the magazine.

Here is a review of the mag so far:

"RABID MAGAZINE is at the forefront in custom culture fashion, music, tattoos, hot-rods and art. As well as having a finger on the pulse of the events and movements surrounding an amazing and ever growing scene.

Cutting edge interviews, insightful looks at the musicians and artisans that shape and design the aesthetic that defines our specific and discerning tastes.... and of course some of the most beautiful art work of all... our one of kind "Rabid girls". Photographer Kat Attack, armed with an eye for what is truly sexy and provocative, and an innate ability to bring out the kind of seductive and enticing images that few have ever been able to evoke, has a connection with her subjects that seems to make them feel beautiful and wanting to give their all for the camera.

So if you're a hot-rod, rock n roll, chopped and channeled, ring tailed, ink freak with a love for everything punk rock to pin striped then Rabid Magazine has got the grease, ink and gams to knock you out of your boots!!!!! "

So Im super excited to be here and would love if anyone has any ideas for bikes to shoot and feature in the mag. Check it out!!


01-13-2011, 8:37 PM
My names Aaron and Im currently freezing my ass off in n.w. Indiana.Just recently found this place and its great I really dig it.I bought my shovel about twelve years ago and have nuthin but good times since,I also have a evo rigid I built that gets the shit rode out of it.Hope to see you all out on the road here shortly.

01-14-2011, 8:18 AM
new from killadelphia. been lurkin a while. bmx'er from way back and a few years ago got my first sickle. made some minor changes and chopped some minor shit but i'm ready to really start choppin this winter/spring to get the bike how i've always wanted it. recently got into track riding last year as well and if you've never done that, do it before you die! lookin' forward to meeting and chatting with new peeps.

ride or die!

01-14-2011, 9:44 AM
Hey! Been lurkin round here for a while so I thought Id join up. Names Greg, Im a tattoo artist in Willmar, MN.

01-14-2011, 6:44 PM
Hello Chop Cult. I'm Robin and I live in Austin , Texas. I just bought my first Triumph and am about to start work on it. I don't post much; just prefer to lurk and learn. Once I get started on the bike I'll post some pics of the re-work. Thanks for having me.

01-14-2011, 8:02 PM
Hey all,
Lurkin for a while, but made the plunge the other day. Great site you have here. Hope I can add a little useful info as well.


01-14-2011, 8:08 PM
hey all, names ed. i live in south jersey. i am always building whatever i can get my hands on. currenty bobbing an 87 suzuki savage with a 10" stretch(i am 6'4):rolleyes: alot of knowledge to take in on this sight

01-15-2011, 12:48 PM
Been lurking on a ton of forums for quite a while. The old 33 being one of them. Should start to see me popping up here and there. Please don't take any of my opinions too serious. I'm a noob to this whole thing and will probably lack some of the proper etiquette for a while. :cheersmate:

01-15-2011, 2:20 PM
New to the Cult. Denver Colorado. Stopchopandroll

01-15-2011, 2:41 PM
Whats up, I'm Chris...I'm from Iowa but I am in Afghanistan right now. New to CC. Been diggin around it for 2 days and its awesome!

01-16-2011, 5:19 PM
cool site been coming to it it for awhile, just decided to register, in mesa az.

01-16-2011, 6:51 PM
Whats up chop cult I’m 19 and looking for any knowledge, ideas, or exposure to the chop scene. Everyone calls me the Beave and i live about an hour north of Chicago. Where I’m from there is an extremely limited chopper scene, about 4 guys that are old enough to remember the 60’s and 70’s get together and get drunk and build once a week and I never miss a meeting. I ride a 09 sporty and try to cut, chop, and mod everything I can. I’ll be posting some pics soon and looking for any wisdom you guys are willing to share.

01-16-2011, 8:30 PM
whats up fellers, been pokin' round for a while. thought i'd go ahead and say hey. hope i'll be able to help out a bit. return th favor cause i know i'll be needin some help. in the middle of completely re-uppin my fl shov and lovin every minute of it. mayby it'll be cool enuff to throw on the cc one day.
thanx & see ya'll

01-17-2011, 5:54 AM
new here...
great site...

nuthin to see here,,,
just an old, tired, pissed off greybeard...

01-17-2011, 7:23 AM
Love this site. Lots of inspiration.

01-17-2011, 10:25 AM
New from South Shore area MA

Been browsing around on this board for a while now..figured I would join up and see if I can contribute here and there.. I don't have a hell of a lot to say but I have my moments..

01-17-2011, 1:30 PM
Hi everybody, been lurking here for a while. I just pick up a 77 ironhead so im sure Ill be asking some questions. Great site by the way.

01-17-2011, 3:38 PM
Names Cody, been lurking on here for a while finally and finally decided to post. Owed a small little shop in Abilene that did everything from service to full builds. Economy hit the shitter here, just couldnt keep it rollin. Put my attitude in the shitter as well, kinda stayed away from everything motorcycles, but this site and a few others have helped me shake the cobb webbs of life and get back in the 2 wheeled community. Anyway enough crying! Ill do my best not to ask stupid questions, but hey it will probably happen?

01-17-2011, 10:53 PM
My name is Bud.
I rode street and some enduro when I was in my teens, life happens and I got away from it.
Back in it now, got a bone stock 96 sporty a couple of years ago, started with mild mods then ended up getting wrecked by an asshole in a cage.
Now I'm chopping the hell out of it and having a blast.

01-18-2011, 9:03 AM
Hello all, My name is Chad. I have been building bikes since I was 16, I am now 22, studying composite engineering. One day I will start my own business but until then I will continue to work hard and better my self as a bike builder/racer.








01-19-2011, 8:20 AM
Hey guys, friends call me choppadude. Real name is Steve. Own a small shop (Kimble Custom Cycles) where I work on mostly Brit stuff but actually anything with wheels and a motor.
Been turning wrenches for over 25 years and am a ASE master tech. My first love is Triumphs and always have at least a half dozen in the shop at any given time.


01-19-2011, 10:12 AM
Gentleman, dirtbags, cycle trash, hipsters, losers, tattooed freaks, squares and last but not least the lovely ladies that may frequent the edges of the greasy lifestyle.....Hello, my name is Arlo. I'm currently stationed in the Valley of the Spun, workin' for the Motor Co as a hired wrench. Photography, rockin and ridin is what I do...lookin to make some new contacts, riding crews, tinkerer's and anyone else who is down. I've attached a few pictures of my first bike, my daily rider shovel and some other shiz...hope everyone enjoys! come to phoenix, enjoy our weather and ride your motor psycho!! ooooh yaa....been over at the Jockey Journal for quite sometime...

Riding is living, and that's what its all about....STAY FREE

01-19-2011, 8:14 PM
I'm Adam and I am stoked I found this new world of custom coolness.

One day When I'm a Big Boy, and when Uncle Sam lets me sit in one place long enough I want to build my very own two wheeled death trap. Until then I'll ride my dirty Road Queen until the Factory Chrome peels off.

If any of you guys are in the San Antonio area let me know I'll be there working for The Man for a few months and I'd like to find some people to scoot around with.

01-20-2011, 7:57 AM
Sup ya'll? I'm Josh from Texas. Southside of Htown to be exact. Diggin this site. Lots of cool stufd and cool people. I've built a few bikes in the last few years but still have a lot to learn. I dig metrics and american. Anything on two wheels really. Pretty pumped to get my first harley in the next few months. Thanks.

01-20-2011, 8:36 PM
new MASShole. I have been riding for awhile and started modding my last harley and tinkeritis bit me hard. I had a super glide that last year I took it apart redid the tins and did lots of bolt on mods. I traded that bike in on a new one but want something to play around with. I got an 89 sporty that someone had got bored with. They had hardtailed it and put on a girder. Right now its not running and has quite a few issues to taken care of. I'm now teaching myself how to weld and gonna make as many things as I can. Hope to learn alot here on the sight.

01-21-2011, 1:50 PM
Name is Taylor, from sunny Whorelando, FLA.

Been a lurker for a bit, finally registered. Just picked up my first "real" bike Virago 535 and plans are to cut the crap out of it. Tattooist, and general rider. Been building vintage mopeds for years (Puchs, Piagios, Mobys, etc.) Just dropped in to say hello...and look for a build thread soon (I hope) as soon as the bike goes under the knife.

01-21-2011, 8:07 PM
im from Joliet illinois. right now im freezing my ass of waiting for spring. i have a few bikes. my first bike is my 2006 1200. bought it brand new did some minor shit to it but wasnt enough. so i torn her down and sent it out to led sled to do the hardtail. thats basically where is sits now. i love to beat the crap outta the bike, shes a fun realiable bike. my second bike is a 1949 pan-shovel. i got this bike off my old man. he built it in 1980 (4 years before i was born). i grew up watching him work on this bike. i absolutely love this bike, the style and the looks u get while riding it. its a bunch of old harley stuff put together, its a 49 pan lower end mid 60's heads, 55 straightleg frame, mid 60's tanks, 4 speed trans. shes kick only, foot clutch, jockey shift, and can be a royal pain in the ass when she doesnt want to start. the last bike i have at the moment is a 1982 suzuki 750, bought it as a stock runner with title for 400 bucks. so i chopped her up and stretched and hardtailed the frame, made everything from the motor back. the last one is a kawi 440 me and my brother built last winter.

01-22-2011, 9:46 AM
Dear Chop Cult,

hello boys and girls. I'm from sunny Phoenix AZ where I work as a dump truck mechanic.
I currently have a 2005 vlx that daily drive. I'm working on a 1971 CB750 and will soon be building a rigid around the guts from a 2005 sportster.

My Daily


The CB

I'm too far along on the CB to document anything on here, but i plan on doing a build thread for the sportster. mostly because I know I'll have questions, hopefully not dumb ones. I look forward to getting to know you guys and learning from you.

With love,

01-22-2011, 1:05 PM
balls to the wall in iowa
piping in im a noob to the site but it rocks,the name is nathan and form southern iowa

01-22-2011, 6:26 PM
The name is James, I'm a Soldier stationed at FT Hood, TX. I found Chopcult in Cyclesource and I've been trolling the forums for a little while now. My OL finally talked me into setting up a profile. I don't have a custom bike but I'm definitely inspired by everyone here. I ride a 2008 FLSTC every day. It's the only vehicle I own and I love it that way. Ive currently got 35k miles on it. I love riding around central Texas and I love meeting new people to ride with. Anything else anyone wants to know, just ask me!

01-22-2011, 6:41 PM
Hey all...been watching here for awhile..and finally decided to take the plunge.....in the process of destroying a stock sporty......im a tattooist, and besides bikes have been obsessed with car racing and have a historic prototype....anyway...great forum..look forward to becoming part of the forum....

01-22-2011, 6:55 PM
have a historic prototype....

Please show some pics. What is it?

01-22-2011, 7:46 PM
dungey Lancia Spider...... 2lt twincam....was only one built.....

01-22-2011, 10:11 PM
Been a long time lurker, might as well pop in and say hey. Workin on a rigid sporty at the moment, and I'm hooked.

Lots of valuable stuff on this forum, hopefully I can contribute at some point.


01-22-2011, 10:26 PM
Names Kevin a NY native Currently in phoenix at Motorcycles machanics Institute
hoping to leave soon and go were theres work Currently have a vt 1100 shadow some work done to it by my own hands

01-23-2011, 12:37 PM
new to the forum. name is chris. my daily is an xl1200s. i work for a used car lot on special intrest shit like boats bikes atv's muscle cars and what ever the fuck isnt some cheap jap car.

i currently have a 77 confederate edition flh, a west coast chopper style parade float ive been working on. an iron head turd machine, an 89 honda cr500 death trap, my xl1200s and a 62 vespa 150.

cars: 55 fairlane, 59 f100.

ill post a pic of my collection this week once i get my camera to turn on or another one.

01-23-2011, 12:40 PM
guess im new here again my crazy ass ex girlfriend deleted my profile. with her gone lost my project bike so gonna hard tail my daily now and go from there.

01-24-2011, 6:17 PM
Drew here. I just got a 1986 Shadow VT1100c which I will be riding around Brevard NC come 45+ degree temperature. New bars are on the way as well as some new paint. I will have some pictures up soon.

01-25-2011, 1:04 PM
Lurked a bit and figured I'd sign up. From South Louisian. Dont have anything special. '11 Sportster 48 and a 72 XS650 hardtail that Im in slowly putting back together.

01-25-2011, 1:35 PM
New guy here from B.C Canada looking forward to getting info and tips.I'm currently working on a Madjap kustom.Getting close to having it done.

01-25-2011, 2:37 PM
New guy here from B.C Canada looking forward to getting info and tips.I'm currently working on a Madjap kustom.Getting close to having it done.

Welcome! Diggin those colors man!! The tank looks great with the leafing as well.

01-25-2011, 4:37 PM
Thanks Mike

01-25-2011, 8:28 PM
Names Tim, Been lurking for a while. This is a little reb250 that me and my youngest son built together for him to start riding at the end of this year. Its been enjoyable to build but it dont really cut the mustard with 99% of the bikes Ive seen in here. But it has got the juices flowing to start another, but go all out on the next one. Im currently fabbin some new forwards and handlebars from what you see here. These ones were ok but I now know I can do much better. This forum is really cool and I look forward to learning as much as possible.


01-28-2011, 12:51 AM
Hi all! Newbie here from the North Bay CA. Ibeen over on the JJ a bit and finally found this place. Cool site. Currently working on a 69 FLH. Here's a pic. Enjoy. Be talkin' to ya.

01-28-2011, 9:05 AM
Hi all, regular newbie post, long-time lurker decided to join.
I've got 4 projects on the go; a streetfighter ZXR750 Kwak, a Kwak trike, a hardtail bobber Kwak 750 shafty and an old Kwak GT750 as my daily. Yeah, i'm in a Kwak phase currently!
Once i've got more than piles of bits to show you i'll post some pics.
Love this site, so much good info and inspiration. :clap for you:

When i'm rich and famous i'd like to build a semi-Swedish style Harley chop, but as a 20+ year old FXR will still run you the equivalent of $10,000 US over here it may have to wait a while...

Cheers. :)

01-28-2011, 9:47 AM
Joined this month. Really am enjoying all the different post, pictures, etc.. Thanks to the founders of this great fourm.
Turnning a 08 crossbones into my own style, no older projects yet.

01-30-2011, 12:39 PM
Hello Everyone. I just got on Chop Cult about a week ago.. So far I dig.. I got into bikes because my good friend Gator made me.. HA! I'm working on my Triumph Chop again.. Hope to get to know some more things about bikes and life.

01-30-2011, 8:40 PM
What's up everyone. I'm new from Hampton, VA. The names Brett. I got a 99 Road King i ride daily and i xs650 in progress in my kitchen. See pic below. Hope to find some interesting topics. See ya around!


01-31-2011, 12:45 AM
First time posting on this site. I have been on the JJ for years, and just found this site.
Names Joshua and live in Calgary, Alberta, Canada right now, Originally from S.F California… anyway…
I have a bunch of project bikes right now, 42 WLA, RD350,Sl350, CB450… The 42 WLA is on the bench right now, and I will post some pics soon.
Attached is a pic of my current ride, I will post it in the Jap bike section as well.


02-01-2011, 2:08 PM
Hey, my name is Mike and I like old bikes. Currently working on '66 BSA , Thanks for having me.11371

02-01-2011, 5:20 PM
I hate everything.


02-01-2011, 5:53 PM
I hate everything.


He's not kidding.

02-01-2011, 7:12 PM
Hey guys, just found this site through surfing google today. I'm from Michigan, just south of Detroit. I just sold my FZ1 and am looking for a cheap project bike. I'm trying to find a CB750 or so or a XS650 to hardtail. I'm hoping to find something soon so I can start wrenching on it. Anyway, thanks for having me.

02-02-2011, 9:07 AM
Hi there,
My name is Cory and I live in Madison WI! I've been riding motorcycles for almost 20 years. I still have my first bike, a Triumph that I bought as a teenager(although it spends more time in piece than together).
By current motorcycles are:
'80 FLH-daily rider
'72 Triumph-in pieces
'82 Sportster-soon to be chopped
'78 GS750-chopped/custom
'96 GSXR 750
I work on/ build my own stuff and help out my friends as much as I can.
I'm a tattooer at Capitol City Tattoo. I've been tattooing for 15 years. I also build custom tattoo machines(who doesn't nowadays).
I hope to get and share some good info here......

02-02-2011, 10:15 AM
Hey, stumbled upon this site yesterday. My name is Andy, 24, from the rainy UK. Currently in the middle of my first build, yamaha xs650. Glad to find a forum where yamahas are welcomed, ive been posting on a couple of forums lately, but most of the guys dont approve of any Japanese bikes being customised. Ive found a new home!

02-03-2011, 12:37 AM
Hello everyone. Im Luke. Live near tupelo, ms, elvis' birthplace. Im in the process of choppin my sportster, and im probly gonna need some help, so here i am

02-03-2011, 12:58 AM
What's up everyone, I'm Mark. I'm a scab vendor in Colorado Springs. I just got into motorcycling last year, but i feel like I had just been waiting until I was able to get a bike all along. So I ended up with four. Now I'm starting to wheel and deal, and I'm working on my first custom build.
Glad to be here and share in the gene pool.

02-03-2011, 1:01 AM
Hello everyone. Im Luke. Live near tupelo, ms, elvis' birthplace. Im in the process of choppin my sportster, and im probly gonna need some help, so here i am

i'm chopping a sporty too...i figured it would be easier than a big twin, but i still feel like i'm in over my head lol.

02-03-2011, 1:03 AM
Hey Cory, we got a lot in common! I've been tattooing about 16 years and build tat zappers too! I like this site a lot already.

02-03-2011, 12:00 PM
Just a litle old Texas boy trying to make a living and get some riding in when im not paying bills.

02-03-2011, 1:35 PM
I'm Dave and I have a motorcycle problem. To start off I'm 20 so I'm usually the "smart mouth punk" that thinks he knows everything, but most of the time I actually know a shit ton more than the old dumb asses. I have been riding since I was 5 years old so I've been around the scene for a minute. i raced motocross for a long time, but after I started college I had to give it up. I love all kinds of motorcycles, but my favorites are well thought out original customs. I have a dyna superglide that I've changed a little bit of shit around on. One day I hope to work for myself painting and building custom bikes

02-03-2011, 11:37 PM
I'm Jimmy from Columbus ohio. Ive been into bikes for quite a long time and have a few builds under my belt.
currently rockin a 1980 GS750 and just picked up two XS650's

Looking forward to talking with some of you and maybe riding along the way


02-04-2011, 2:58 PM
What's up guys? I'm Wil. I'm from the STL and I just started my first full build. A 99 hardtail sporty. Lookin forward to learning some new tricks from the site.


02-06-2011, 7:58 PM
My name is Jeb and I am new to the site. Ride a '97 Evo 1200 sporty hardtail. Live and work in NYC. Tattoo at Flyrite Studios in Brooklyn NYC and have been riding for 2 years with much credit and help from my boy Trevor. I am a retard when it comes to forums and bike building but am trying to learn more, so if you see me asking the most retarded question ever please excuse me, just trying to gain a little knowledge. If someone could tell me how to post pictures and respond to threads will post photos of bike, pleasure to meet everyone. Live to ride.

02-06-2011, 8:56 PM
84 Honda Shadow 700
I'm super pumped about it.
That's pretty much it.

02-07-2011, 3:46 PM
Hi There, i'm 35 and i hail from Quebec, Canada. Few months ago, i bought my first bike, a XLH 1200 De Luxe 1989. I'm actually trying to personalize my ride and turn it into what we could call a bobber. I'm not a professional builder so i've joined that forum for getting some tips and tricks.

02-07-2011, 3:50 PM
I'm Jimmy from Columbus ohio. Ive been into bikes for quite a long time and have a few builds under my belt.
currently rockin a 1980 GS750 and just picked up two XS650's

Looking forward to talking with some of you and maybe riding along the way


Hey bro, im in Gahanna.

02-07-2011, 4:31 PM
crosby. ann arbor mi. xs650.

02-07-2011, 4:46 PM
Hi from London in the UK. I'm Nick, I ride a '99 Sporty and a Honda NC30. Hoping to learn a bit from all of the talented folks on the forum.

02-07-2011, 5:02 PM
just joined up heard about this board on the other board, I have a bastardized 94 fxd fl type thing hahah. been into bikes and tradiotional rods and customs all my adult life lookin forward to meetin new folks@!

02-07-2011, 10:15 PM
I'm Gene from Dayton, KY (just across the river from Cincinnati, OH). I found out about the site while at one of the seminars at the V-Twin Expo in Cincy last weekend.

Anyway, I own a fabrication shop here in Kentucky. We mostly build off-road race trucks and road race cars, but I grew up in the motorcycle business at my dad's Honda dealership. I'm 31, and have been riding since I was 4. My current daily bike is a 1996 Ducati 900SS/SP, but I'm working on building my first custom, a hardtail bobber based on an XL1200. I'm building the bike from as scratch as possible, including building my own frame.

02-07-2011, 11:16 PM
Welcome Red9Fab. That was probably the Marketing seminar I was on. I was the jackass on your far right that wouldn't shut up. Glad you found our little corner of the internet.

02-07-2011, 11:38 PM
Welcome and nothings wrong with a ducati 900 - nothing at all!

Post pics of your build.

02-09-2011, 4:57 AM
Cool place ya got here, I'm digging the site..heres my current ride, its a Victory and it is getting 40 spokes as we speek, waiting on another tube for the front, I pinched the other, but its all good.
I do all the work myself and love every minute of it .. Peace out my friends -

02-09-2011, 8:32 AM
Just signed up ... been lurking for a few weeks and wanted to join ... I'm a vintage bike addict who spends too much time thinking about old harley's ... been living in Thailand for 12 years and have made this place home. A Welshman in excile! If anyone is heading this way ... hit me up with any questions and I'll try to help!

02-10-2011, 4:00 PM
Hello folks! Got out of the Heavy Construction industry because of the damn recession. Going to college for a degree in Computer Science (Networking). So, I cant afford to build or buy shit right now. Livin on ramen and whatnot. This place beats 50 kinds of shit out of TwitFace SpaceBook crap. Cool iron and TITTIES is a deal MAKER. Working on a couple of things to collect some parts cause if I have to go another season not ridin, somethins gettin KILLT. See you all on the pages.

02-10-2011, 4:09 PM
Hello folks! Got out of the Heavy Construction industry because of the damn recession. Going to college for a degree in Computer Science (Networking). So, I cant afford to build or buy shit right now. Livin on ramen and whatnot. This place beats 50 kinds of shit out of TwitFace SpaceBook crap. Cool iron and TITTIES is a deal MAKER. Working on a couple of things to collect some parts cause if I have to go another season not ridin, somethins gettin KILLT. See you all on the pages.

ha ha, ramen. you should add some spam to it. that shit is the bomb.

02-10-2011, 9:46 PM
Hey everybody this is my first post on the forum. Been around bikes my whole life, but never really got the bug to have one until I started painting them. Now, every one I do fuels the fire even more, so I'm getting ready to get my hands on a '72 cb450 and see what I can turn it into. I learned about this place from a mutual friend of the one and only McGoo, and it looks like my kinda place. I look forward to learning some stuff from y'all.

02-11-2011, 4:53 AM
I have been looking at this forum for some time but never joined...til just now.....

I am originally from Alabama but have lived and rode in China for the past ten years......currently have a 2002 twin cam HD that is customized with lower shocks and front forks, not pictured as that was my Silver train built from a Night train....last few years have lived in Beijing and with weekly rides to the Great Wall and around the "middle kingdom" as they call it... Harley is a new phenomenon in China and have legally been imported since 06....and as I said I have a 2002 and so ride without paperwork or legal registration.....or as we call it riding outlaw in the PRC.

02-11-2011, 4:08 PM
Hi I'm from Norway. I ride a 1952 harley (shovel)... and I also have a 1952 triumph that I rode before i bought the harley, still riding it a couple times a year. Hope you understand my english. here are some pictures of my bikes the blue triumph is how I bought it the brown is how it looks now. the harley is going to get some changes this winter.

02-11-2011, 7:41 PM
finally set up an account here...got time off work, and on disability. what better way than sittin in front of the puter.

like: beer, boobs, bikes, tools, tacos........

don't like: instructions, banks, brussell sprouts, payments

02-12-2011, 8:02 AM
Rick here in Sarasota, FL. Just found this site. Never lurked here but with a quick look around I knew right away I had to join! Glad to be here! :cheersmate:

02-12-2011, 6:31 PM
Whats up guys,

My name is Ian, and Im new to the cult! I'm 25 and from the Jersey Shore. Im currently putting the 76 FLH I bought off my pops on a diet, and so far the experience is awsome. Im hoping to meet alot of cool people through this and hope to learn some things, as I do have many questions.

Well, I hope this intro was fairly proper,

02-13-2011, 3:47 PM
Hey fellas.

Another new guy here. I spend most of my online time over on the DoTheTon forums (username is Dirty Dan over there, apparently some impostor has already taken my name here... hahaha) I've been lurkin' around these parts for awhile so I decided to make an account.

I'm working on a 1974 CB350F, it's sort of a hot rod/cafe bike. Yeah, no chop or bob yet... but who knows, I've got a handful of motorcycles waiting for me to start hackin' bits off as soon as the first projects done.

I guess that's all for now.

02-14-2011, 7:00 PM
Hey whats up I'm Mike from sunny Socal. I ride a stock, for now, 2011 sporty model 48

02-16-2011, 10:08 AM
Hey there... Been lurking here for a while. Became a "member" several months ago but have yet to post anything. Figured I would start here. Names Judd. Live in Panama City, FL. 24. First bike was a hand-me-down 83 Honda Magna from dad. Got rid of that and got a 96xlh 883 last year. Besides taking shit off it, I have just been riding it until now. No, mechanical or electrical background. No friends to learn from. Just been tinkering and reading forums. Ready to get my hands dirty. Say hello if you are in the area.

02-19-2011, 3:59 PM
An old friend turned me on to this site, I've been out of touch for a while and getting back into it. Been riding and wrenching since I was 14, never on a dirt bike. 45 now and getting back into it.

02-20-2011, 9:02 AM
Hey All.
Lurken for a bit. Got a VLX VT600CD, ugly and a money pit.

Into the regular stuff, when you gr0w up a punk/metalhead/skater in FL.


The profile pic was at a food store overseas. Big Kiss!

02-20-2011, 10:18 AM
Hey All.
Lurken for a bit. Got a VLX VT600CD, ugly and a money pit.

Into the regular stuff, when you gr0w up a punk/metalhead/skater in FL.


The profile pic was at a food store overseas. Big Kiss!
I had a chance to ride a VLX not too long ago. It was lightend up and straight pipe like yours is, and I was very impressed! Id buy one in a heartbeat if one popped up!

02-20-2011, 11:43 AM
on a couple of other forums, figured i'd hang out in here a bit.

02-20-2011, 5:22 PM
Lockport New York (near buffalo) just dropping in to check things out
Been around custom choppers all my life

02-20-2011, 6:46 PM
Welcome! I'm a bit south of you in mt morris, got a few buddies on here that are local one in leroy too. Got a good friend in Wilson NY too

02-21-2011, 8:38 AM
hey , just wanted to intoduce myself. My name is trevor and im from topeka ks, chop cult is what i have been looking for and im glad i found it. My bikes are a honda nighthawk 450 bobber, honda shadow 700, honda hawk 650, and a yamaha xj 650. so whats up

02-21-2011, 10:55 AM
New here. names Ivan.
Working on a couple XS650 builds.
Rollin round Columbus Ohio.

02-21-2011, 11:43 AM
i am a chop newb, i have 2 projects right now. a 74 iron head, and a 03 1200xl which is dissasembed in my garage.

02-21-2011, 2:38 PM
Another new guy here, from Michigan. Damn cold out now for riding and honestly it's hard to spend more than an hour out in my garage working on the bikes right now. Can't wait for summer.

02-21-2011, 7:24 PM
New to the forum, thought I'd check in. Name's Mitch, originally from Washington. But in december I got tired of bein cold so moved to Costa Rica until it warms up back home. Goin' to school here until the end of june, then hopin to build a bike. Only bike I've got right now is a Ninja 250 that I've had since I was 16, but I'm lookin to build a jap hardtail bobber when I get back. Livin here is killin me with the motorcycles, I swear there are more two wheeled toys on the road here than cars. But for now all I can do is cruise chop cult and learn as much as I can before I dive into my first build.:cheersmate:

02-22-2011, 6:22 PM
Just saying howdy from Georgia.Had grease under my fingernails all my fucking life.Long as it`s motorcycle grease it`s cool.Shot out trucker with a panhead problem.

02-25-2011, 1:52 AM
i'm new here.
name is Gill, 36 years old from Belgium.
currently in my garage, buell X1, evo sporty, yamaha xs 400 and ironhead chopper.

cheers from belgium.

02-25-2011, 9:37 AM
Hello! My name is Christoffer and I'm from Sweden. Spend to much time in school and to little time in the garage, but my Triumph will be finished before the summer arrives, i hope..

02-25-2011, 3:51 PM
Mike......rolling around Cleveland Ohio.... I got some bikes......some buds and I got a little dump of a shop here too.....it's full of motorcycles and a halfpipe.


02-26-2011, 5:56 AM
Name is Brian from southern ohio. Both grandpas ran corn whiskey all their lives and I'm going to dedicate their energy and outlaw"ism" into painting some shit. Just got started, but I ain't stopping. ContraBandCustoms.com is under construction but on it's way. Check chopcult everyday so I thought it was time to join.

02-27-2011, 1:04 AM
James.............Phoenix, Arizona

02-27-2011, 12:01 PM
Whats up Im Andrew out of Clarksville, TN

02-27-2011, 4:37 PM
Hello ChopCult.
Thought I'd do a quick intro. Recently picked up this turd, '81 Suzuki 400 rat/bob starter project (thanks Kyle). It runs but is need of some TLCuttin'.
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That said, It's the first bike i've had in ten years or so. It's my first project bike for sure. I know squat about metal working or fabrication or motorcycle carbs for that matter. Could probably fill up a couple o pages on questions but this aint the forum for it.
I'm in Southern Utah now, where it has been cold and raining as of late but am moving to Boise in the next month or so, so if anyone knows some shitty dives to drink at let me know. I'm itchin; to get to work on the bike, but no sense in tearing it down only to loose parts in the move. Guess I'll just have to "settle" on puttin around town. Cheers.

Hope the pics worked. Nice How-To.

02-28-2011, 6:08 PM
I like motorcycles, even have a couple. Got my wife's project bike, a '79 XS400 that ran when I got it. Then I fixed it and it didn't run for about a year and a half. Then it ran in the garage a few times and almost around the block, once. Now it's "fixed" again, and I haven't touched it. Need motivation.

02-28-2011, 11:17 PM
Hey, just saying hello. English geezer now living in BC Canada. Just starting to build my first bike. A KZ400 Cafe Bastard type thing. Cafe racer with bobber and flat track influences. I used to be a machinist but now I have a screen printing and t shirt business called Zink. I'm tearing into the bike right now (very low budget) so will be posting some pics and asking some questions very soon.



02-28-2011, 11:23 PM
Mike......rolling around Cleveland Ohio.... I got some bikes......some buds and I got a little dump of a shop here too.....it's full of motorcycles and a halfpipe.


I've got a halfpipe too! Yey.

03-01-2011, 7:59 PM
Whats up guys, been riding since i was a tween i'm 28 now.
Just trying to get all the knowledge i can, this place seems perfect.

Im working on a 71 bsa and a 77 ironhead and a 67 a100 dodge van and a 55 bel air coupe.
I should just sell two and make the other real nice, but you guys know how it is.

Anyways i'll try to contribute when i can, thanks.


03-01-2011, 8:03 PM
Name's Tyler, I'm in Anderson, SC. Recenty got a 72' Honda CB550 roller off a friend who was cleaning out floor space in his garage. It's gonna be a low budget first time build for me, as I've never owned a motorcycle 'til now. My end goal is to turn it into a barebones, hardtailed chopper. I'll get pics up when I can, and probably wind up asking a few questions here and there until I'm done with it. Overall, I'm looking foward to learning about bike building and metal fab, as well as anything else I wind up doing to it to get it roadworthy.

03-02-2011, 3:25 PM
Hey, John here. Recommended by friends, but here anyway!
Auto mechanic, classic cars, traditional rides, good music, dogs. The basics!

03-02-2011, 3:34 PM
Rixter, a.k.a. Rickety here from Lil Rhody. Riding in N.E. (tough this time of year, but it's better than rollin a cage around). Got my self a '07 Softail Heritage Classic. Lookin over this site, wishin I'd held on to some o the rides I've had in the last (counts for a while) more than forty years o ridin. o well, some good stuff here & I look forward to lurkin around till I get my hands on that 49 (year I was born) FL to build a panhead motor for.

03-02-2011, 6:19 PM
Brittany, Live in Reading Pennsylvania. I have two motorcycles a 83 honda cm custom bobbed and chopped and a 64 honda CA160.
I work in surgery and when I'm not working I'm usually obsessing about cycles.

03-03-2011, 10:03 AM
Hey guys. I'm new to the site. I live in Phoenixville Pa. I've been building and riding for about 10 years. Currently building a 50 pan. Hoping to have it on the road for summer.

03-03-2011, 8:40 PM
I'm a S.O.B from South Alabama, been riding for 12 years now. Owned more bikes than I can remember. Current bikes are V-star 1100 chop and a 1981 Seca bobber that is a pain in my ass, fix-break fix-break, you know the deal. Dig bikes, dirty rods, and tattoos. Ride on fuckers:cheersmate:

03-03-2011, 11:18 PM
From SoCal, Dago. Ride a evo chopper and drive a 53 chevy. Been riding all my life.

03-04-2011, 2:51 PM
My names mark and i live in northern minnesota, currently working on a 73 sporty ironhead and waiting for the weather to get warm out.

03-04-2011, 8:03 PM
Hello everyone,

I have been wandering around on a few different sites and heard great thing about chop cult and here i am. I build custom vw and audis and i have been working towards building my first bikes slowly for a while, I have a gs450 that is a retro cafe racer project. And I have a buell xb power plant for another chopper/tracker type bike just collecting parts abd Ideas look forward to getting them both finished and seeing some great stuff on the site.

03-04-2011, 9:20 PM
My name is Ralph and I don't usually say much but I really like Triumphs. and I really like this website. From what I've seen you guys are great. I just purchased a pretty good looking 73 tiger.
I dont know where I'm going with it yet but I have a machine shop ( only aone man shop), I'm retired so I've got some and Im sure you guys have got somme real good ideas.

03-04-2011, 9:51 PM
Welcome aboard. You shouldn't have any problem gettin advise (whether you ask for it or not) good luck on the Trumpet and post TONS of pics!

03-04-2011, 10:02 PM
My name is Ralph and I don't usually say much but I really like Triumphs. and I really like this website. From what I've seen you guys are great. I just purchased a pretty good looking 73 tiger.
I dont know where I'm going with it yet but I have a machine shop ( only aone man shop), I'm retired so I've got some and Im sure you guys have got somme real good ideas.

Welcome Ralph. I moved your post into this intro thread where it belongs. We can use more machinist advice around here so I'm looking forward to learning from you.

Most Triumph stuff is in this forum:

And you can browse a ton of Triumph (and other) photos here:

Have fun, and good luck!

03-05-2011, 3:48 PM
well just a short about me. i am 35 and live in shanghai china for now but call dallas ga my home. i currently own a 72 norton commando and a rigid with 6 over springer and a 100" with 6 speed and 200 rear tire. that was put together by someone that didnt take pride in their work so will be redoing a lot.

looking for a frame jig and good advice on frame mods

03-05-2011, 5:21 PM
I'm new too. I have an '83 FLH motor and a late '60s ratchet top sitting next to and ever growing pile of parts. It's going to be short, low, and narrow. I've ridden, raced and wrenched on bikes for over 30 years and now it's time for me to build "My" bike. Not because it's cool. not because I need to make friends at bike night. I'm doing it because if I don't, my brain is going to rot out from obsessing about it and putting it off any longer.



03-06-2011, 7:28 AM
Hi, here's my brief intro. I've been riding, wrenching and hotrodding for 40+ years. I've never really been into late model equipment and have always favored rigid classic choppers.

I've got two Harleys. One is a rigid long bike. Mid 70s Finch frame with a 74 Sporty for power. 18 & 19” Boranni wheels and Cerianni forks. At 56, my back hurts so I picked up a low mileage 99 twinkie Wide Glide last spring. I’ve built rigid 500 & 650 Triumphs and 750 Hondas in the past. Hated to see every one of em go, but sooner or later, they all do. I would love to have a stock, red and white 72 650 Yamaha some day.


03-06-2011, 8:23 PM
My name is Josh. It looks like I'm getting my first bike here in the next week or 2, a '04 883 Sporty. I've never ridden...not even a dirt bike. Looking forward to it.

I am(or was) a millwright by trade. I started out in the Big 3, now I'm a fabricator in a prototype shop. Welding is really my passion. I also have my own business, which at this point is mainly an outlet for my metal sculptures. You can check it out here: http://www.browndogwelding.com/new/

The bike I'm getting is stock, but I've got some ideas for it. Kinda low, dark, stripped down. I'm sure I'll be picking some brains on here.

03-07-2011, 1:04 PM
New guy here from GA. Been lurking for awhile but now I'm starting my first triumph build and so its time for an intro. I'm in the army and work on bikes as a hobby (and necessity b/c I own a Harley and a Triumph).


03-08-2011, 8:53 AM
Hey all, I'm new too.

From Toronto.
1982 X400 that I just got in August.
I'm in the process of a few minor mods that I really want to finish before the snow's gone.

03-08-2011, 3:14 PM
iv posted on a couple other topics, so its about time i introduce myself. My name is Kris and im 25. Im co-owner of a small fab and apparel company called Speakeasy Custom. Not to be confused with the Speakeasy Cycle Lowbrow just had on there site (haha we are on the east coast). In the stable right now are a few shop builds mine 08 sportster 1200n, partners 83 xs650, and we picked up another xs frame from lowside syndicate at the timonium bike so, and last is a 76 sportster that kinda is my fathers and he is deciding which direction to go with it. If the little advertisement for my company isnt allowed i do apologize and understand if it is edited or deleted.

looking foward to meet alot of members at shows and trading info on the site.

03-09-2011, 8:29 PM
noob to the site, from mass just south of boston,..been riding dirt and street bike all my life & currently building an xs650. great site!

03-11-2011, 8:17 AM
New to the forum. Started playing with bikes a few years ago. I have always been around the Harleys. My father has been riding a slab shovel since 74. I've watched him tear that thing down every couple years since back when i was in diapers. Fairly familiar with Sportys, Im currently building a rigid evo sporty. My father and I just picked up a 69 IH. I also have a XS650 thats getting the cafe treatment.

Pictures, people like pictures...

03-11-2011, 6:09 PM
Hi , New guy here in TN. Working on my first build 74 Ironhead.

Here is where I am now....Kansas Kustoms tail.


03-12-2011, 9:12 PM
coming from the snowy north of Detroit. bikes are still in the garage .love the site. tons of info and tips. i am slowly working on my 750 ace and looking for a project bike at the moment. i am open all makes. just waiting to see the one for me.

03-12-2011, 9:54 PM
New to the site and learning my way around.

03-13-2011, 2:33 PM
Hi, from Western Canada. Currently working on three kz's9400,440,750) Been lurking for a while and learnt lots....Thanks.

03-13-2011, 6:29 PM
Whassup CC people!

Im Nick from Hollywood, most know me by Apple so lets roll with that.

I ride a 02 xvs650 custom with lots of my own love.

Anybody else from the area, or even Corona, Ca area or South OC area?

03-14-2011, 4:53 AM
jereme...i like death metal, lowriders, and my 78 kz650 which is the first bike i have ever owned. i should prolly leave it alone considering it only has 5k and i am the second owner....but i wont. pics soon

03-14-2011, 8:07 PM
im mike i own twisted spoke bikeworks in fulton illinois, http://twistedspokebikeworks.blogspot.com/ i specialize in frame mods, rake stretch hardtail gooseneck

03-14-2011, 9:51 PM
Hey everyone...48 PanMan here from the frozen north of Iowa. Last year I inherited my late fathers 48 Rigid Springer Chop. He built it when I was a young lad and it went through many iterations,,,but he still ran it every year. I brought it home April 2010 and ran around a little bit getting used to the bike, the long ass springer, and the mile high apes.

The "List"

SU Eliminator Carb
48 wishbone frame
Delkron cases
Aluminum Shovel? Mags
Electric and kick start
Original 4 speed
?? over 40's? Harley Springer
Primo primary and a primary cover I have never seen elsewhere
Fat Bobs
Bob Fender
Tall Apes for now (Going to 2 inch rise Drag bars)
Soon to have a Yamaha Raptor front master cyl.

Anyway...I will be asking a shit ton of questions trying to identify what the hell I have and trying to heep a 48 Pan running.

03-14-2011, 10:11 PM
Whats up CC Riders!

Nick here, saying whats up to all you people!

Who else is from the LA area? Whats up with some rides?!

03-15-2011, 10:17 AM
I'm James, live in Little Rock AR. Bought a 72 sportster XLCH basketcase, has a hard tail and springer fork. I like metal music, the DIY ethic, and beer.

03-15-2011, 7:34 PM
Whats up? Came across the site while looking up stuff for my first build. Trying to picture in my head what i'm wanting and then trying to find it has been fun. :banghead: Anyways, staying in Austin, Texas. Moved down here from Chicago about 2 years ago. Any other ATXers on here?

03-17-2011, 4:34 AM
whats up knuckleheads (mean that in a good way) name is Kendall from chicago i'm a painter and fabricator . i build bikes and cars out of the garage,after working for the man restoring old European cars... just an average joe trying to make a dollar. finally signed up to chop cult after meeting the boys from biltwell and low brow great group of guys. had lots of fun down in daytona with them. well don't know much more to talk about but if i figure it out i'll let you guys know till then peace out and keep that rubber side down doo doo brown !!!!!!!

03-17-2011, 7:52 AM
Mick from Ireland here, I love just about anything with two wheels, any style, any make, so this is the place for me.

Paddy's day so off to help do my bit propping up the pub trade now.

03-17-2011, 8:46 AM
Greetings from Petawawa, Ontario, Canada.

I might have already done this but whatever...The name is Darryl. Hackin the shit out of my bike is a hobby for me, good way to isolate from the everyday crap. I love doing metal work and making badass, one off stuff. Why buy anything?

Lots of good tips and ideas here! Thanks. Cheers!

03-17-2011, 10:44 AM
I was heavy into bikes back in the eighties, then family and stuff got in the way. Guess that's a common story. Anyway, I got back into old Hondas a few months back, and I'm glad I did. I started building an XL350 single thumper street tracker. Then I found out about the Ozark Mountain Scramble. It's a three day "road race" event. It's not really a race, but the course through the hills (about 180 miles per day) will be very challenging.

I decided to build a Honda CB350 like a vintage roadracer. I think it will handle pretty well. I'll try to put together some posts.

03-17-2011, 5:48 PM
Ive spent many long years on the road not as a biker but a professional metal drummer for bands touring the states from the east coast and the west. I use to race motocross when I was in my teens and early twenty's but didn't buy my first street bike until 2003. I got a anniversary edition HD 883 that I only kept two months before I decided it was just not enough bike for me. So I traded it in for a 2000 HD softail springer. I know it sounds like a broken record but watching Indian Larry on TV inspired me to start hacking on my own bike. Since then Ive built a little HD hardtail, Santee Frame with a evo motor, tank and front end off a 97 fatboy. Also a 07 Nightrain I converted into a Badboy bobber and a 08 Nightster I also turn into a custom I call the Springster. I will post pictures of them on here as I go along. I'm now building a 74 Honda 750 Four vintage chopper and of course I will post some photo's of where I'm at with it. I welcome any comments and advice with this one as I am not familiar with Jap bikes.

Stripper Down & Chopper up!


03-17-2011, 7:17 PM
Whats up Al! What bands did you tour with?

03-18-2011, 4:22 PM
Many over the years, Magnum, Banshee, Legacy just to name a few you might have heard of. Just a working class musician that enjoyed touring, nothing big.

03-18-2011, 4:35 PM
Top of the Jameson to ya fellers! Names J.T. and seems like my kind of drinking hole around here. I prop my feet up in Cartersville Ga and if anyone is close by im sure you're out enjoying the 80deg weather around here this weekend.

03-19-2011, 4:05 PM
james the driver from gr4 and edr11 east to the west

03-20-2011, 5:29 PM
Been lurking here for a while. just swapped my 1990 Sporty for a 78 GS750. Both bikes got some issues and so do I.

03-20-2011, 9:39 PM

I'm Caleb from Indpls. I've been lurking here for a while and decided to join so I could see all of the pictures in posts that I couldn't see before.

Like a lot of you, I appreciate the finer things in life, like motorcycles, beer, rock and roll of all stripes, dogs, etc, etc.


03-21-2011, 1:27 PM
Howdy, I'm Jimmy from College Station, TX. One day this decade I will finish my undergraduate degree at Texas A&M. I am up in the Southern IL area a bit as I grew up there.

Bikes I have:
1979 CX500
1980 XS650
1986 Evo Hardtail
2004 XB12R

I'm sure I'll see ya'll around here asking my questions and MAYBE answer a few.

03-21-2011, 4:54 PM
New here from Ga. A buddy of mine recommended the site to me. I'm in the middle of my second custom. This ones a 1982 KZ750m. Has 6 inch stretch hardtail, 3 1/2 ground clearance, 65 Harley xl turtle tank and rear fender. Thanks in advance for listening to any stupid ideas or questions I've been known to have.

03-21-2011, 6:34 PM
name is doug. just picked up a 1980 gs550 that has to get back up and running. its my first bike so it'll be a learning experience for sure. i look forward to any and all advice

03-21-2011, 6:59 PM
Hello everyone, my name is Robert and I'm building my first bike!

I'm 38, married with kids, I love cars and bikes (own a '70 Chevelle and an '08 Dyna). I'm here because I just took in a '67 Triumph 650 and need some education on it. I plan on building as much of it myself as possible. The bike belonged to my uncle who passed away in '08, his brother promised him he'd get it running and offer it to his son on his 18th birthday. My uncle asked if I'd be able to do it as he couldn't due to time and dollars. Of course I said yes, and here I am.

Here are a couple pics of what I'm dealing with, motor turns over and still has oil in it, and carbs are probably shot according to my uncle. At some point in it's life the frame was chopped, pic isn't the clearest, not sure if I can correct it myself as I think it will have more rake than I'm looking for. Wheels are pretty rusted, not sure how bad the brakes are and forks are pretty rough.

I look forward to learning as much as I can about this bike, first Triumph I've had and I'm not very familiar with it. If anyone can suggest good reading material I'd appreciate it, really need to get informed.

Anyway, on with the pics:





03-22-2011, 12:22 AM
Looks good man

03-22-2011, 7:07 AM
New from Ohio I Have triumphs,and harleys riden almost forty years Now back into racing old dragbikes tri mostly building a couple of them to race this summer. Then ill go to the salt in a couple years. Only chop that Im involved with any more is my sons. same stuff I did 35 years ago.but like racing love old dragbikes and salt bikes just never had time or mony to go out and stay for a week or so.Maybe someday, right now I can race every weekend and be home for work on monday.

03-22-2011, 8:19 PM
My name is Lindsey and I have a long history with hot rods and motorcycles. For years I was a driver for a custom hot rod builder and have spent countless hours on the back of a bike. In 2009 I bought my first two wheeled vehicle and over a year and a half the love of my life Mike and I built my bike together. I have a 1977 (the year I was born) Harley XLH custom hard tail. I tell people she looked like the Prince Purple rain bike when I got her. Any way I did my best with pennies and the absolute talent of my Man Mike, built the bike of my feasible dreams. From 2009 til current day I built the bike, learned to ride and have turned into a full fledged addict of my machine. I love my bike beyond words. I am here for one reason.. to try to meet other women that ride. I know lots of dudes. Many of whom I call my brothers however I would love to meet other chicks that love to ride. I can barely pry myself from my bike. I'm getting married next month to the most wonderful man. He is my best friend and my pit crew. I love riding with dudes but I think it would be a great treat to meet other women that LOVE to ride.

You can watch the chronicle of my bike build at the jockey journal. This site is more social so if I can snag one chick that would be up for a run I'd find it worth my while.


03-23-2011, 8:13 AM
Hello everyone, I have been a lurker for a while and decided it was time to say hello.

I am currently working on my first ever build. I found a 71 Honda CL 350 on Craigslist this winter and am connecting a triumph hardtail to it, at least trying to. I have always had a love for two wheels, first bike was a Honda Z50R when I was about eight years old. Have had a lot of bikes since then, but the CL is my first one in about 6 years.

I have been searching for parts and inspiration and that brought me to Chop Cult, I have been very impressed with the talent of the people on here.

03-23-2011, 12:43 PM
Hi..I just got my first bike..an sportster ..I like your site alot! thanks for having me!

03-23-2011, 6:04 PM
Just introducing myself my names pete im a welder from maryland I have a sporty and a xs 650

03-24-2011, 12:06 PM
Hey, a bit about myself...

got my first bike last summer, honda rebel, embarrassing I know...Had to sell it to pay for school tuition this year, but the bike bug struck pretty hard.

I'm going to look at a bike I found on craigslist this afternoon, 1980 ironhead for $2000, runs, and looks in decent condition. Cheapest running harley I've seen online, and I've been checking everyday for the past 2 months. Any thoughts?

03-24-2011, 3:40 PM
Yup, new here on the forum also. Been riding about 17 years, currently have a Street Glide and am working on a '71 Moto Guzzi Ambassador.

Anyone else in the Santa Barbara/Ventura/Los Angeles area?


03-24-2011, 11:06 PM
what up guys. my name is adam. im in south ga. been riding about 6 months and im addicted. i have a 96 sporty i just put a sweet front end on, lowered the rear and bored it out to a 12. also just picked up my first from scratch project. its a 81 yamaha xj 650 maxim. any advice on bikes or anyone just wanting to ride give me a shout.
p.s. also an artist and just bought an airbrush gun... advise on this would be appreciated as well...

03-25-2011, 10:29 AM
Hey guys, Im new to the forum. Just picked up a Yamaha 650, cant wait to really get into it and make it nice.

03-26-2011, 10:47 AM
Whats up, I'm a new guy on here from North Carolina. I'm a tattoo artist and I ride motorcycles.
Been ridin' for about 5 years on the road, I'm on my 4th bobber project. This one is an '86 sportster. I built the exhaust, right hand jockey shift, struts, etc. myself from scrap parts and metal. It has a 4" under dna springer. 9" struts, a spoke off a 04-up harley, two tooth bigger rear sprocket and no front brakes. I also have a 21" spoke for the front with a speedmaster.I just gotta get some bearings to make it fit. swap meet this weekend, hope to pick up some new tins and other shit. good to be around more people like me.

03-26-2011, 2:20 PM
Howdy, I thought I'd taken care of this shit awhile back ago, guess i didnt, cuz I didnt see it anywhere.
The names Will , and I'm in Oklahoma City ,Oklahoma , I bought this bike('69 Triumph Trident 750) a few months back, with hopes of being able to complete a few things, & getting it on the road. After bringing her home , I've done quiet a bit to her , but have ultimately decided to have her rebuilt by a local bike shop this winter ,provided i can rack up enough cash to do so. My readings of The Horse over the past 6 or 7 years , has provided me a shit ton of info about old trumpets,(tho maybe not Tridents ,.... I have TOL to thank for that) and from everything I gathered from my readings is when you get a 40 year old bike, you should have it rebuilt......from the sludge trap up ! , not just the top end. also checking gearbox.. So this is what I plan to have done, my goal is , to be in the long road to the smoke out , with her ,some day

03-26-2011, 5:39 PM
hi , i am jake from kingston , ontario , canada ...its in the thousand islands area ...

I am in the army and learn to wrench slowly ......i sold my old school flatehead( big big mistakes) and i now ride a harley-maytagson nightrain (boring) and i just started a new project in my garage but i need to find the right engine

see you on the road!:cheersmate:

UPDATED 2015: move back in Ottawa , sold the stupid twin cam and i am now building a 1985 fxef EVo with the help from the shops around here. i keep improving my skills and i am far from a lot of members on this site.

03-26-2011, 10:51 PM
hi guys, new to chop cult but I'm posting on a couple other forums yeah another "internet whore".
I own a sporty that I'm curently choppin' and it's a blast.

03-27-2011, 7:45 AM
New to the forum but been lurking around for awhile. Have a Shadow ace I am making my own and shopping around for a xs.

03-27-2011, 7:46 PM
I'm a metalworker focused on brass and copper fab, some blacksmithing. Worked on a couple bikes in this forum. I ride a triumph and want winter to finally end.


03-28-2011, 1:17 AM
Been in the shadows for a month or so ..thought it was time to join. Rode bikes growing up on the farm & thought it was out of my system.. introduced back to the scene by the inlaws and found out it was never gone, now time to build one of my own. Tech pages in this site are outstanding... so much knowledge to absorb. Definately gonna be here on a daily bases for advise to get my bike on the road as soon as possible..

03-28-2011, 11:17 AM
not sure i ever did this but been trolling the great site cc for a while now...Travis out of Milwaukee, wi. ride an iron 883 that is less than 2 weeks from getting cut up...any other wisconsinites get at me...dont really have anyone to ride with up here...i dont stink either haha...friends just rather buy dumb shit all time instead of a bike

03-29-2011, 4:06 PM
Phil from San Diego. Currently get around on a '10 Scrambler. Just looking around ... trying to figure out what to do with my first bike, a '94 Hugger, that's been sitting in my pop's garage in Houston for the past 4 years.

03-29-2011, 7:11 PM
My name is John Boyd, Every one calls me blue collar John. Im a tattooer, Tattoo machine builder in Portland Oregon. Im currently riding a bobbed 97 Sportster punched out to a 1200. With hard tail struts, Bare knuckle straight shots, screaming eagle intake with a fly catcher air cleaner, dyna 2000 digital single fire ignition 18 inch apes yada yada yada. I tattoo old school traditional style and I own a company called blue collar irons. I design and fabricate high end hand made electric coil tattoo machines. And I make what i can for my scoot.


03-29-2011, 7:12 PM
I hear ya Metal Mike. Its been raining in Portland for 2 months straight, Im freakin over it..

03-31-2011, 9:14 AM
Jason here. This place is great. ChopCult readers have inspired me to grab up an old sporty and start hacking away. No prior experience (which may be self-evident), but I've been riding for years. I've posted a few pics of my bastardo and the slow progress I've been making since August of last year. Not much extra cash on hand, so I'm doing it my way (which probably ain't the "right" way). This a great resource...keep choppin'! Cheers!

03-31-2011, 10:24 AM
hello out there in motorcycle land. Im Jon from TEXAS, im new to this whole thing. just bought a 2009 kawasaki vulcan 500 to get around my small town and to save on some gas. always wanted a bike but, since im in college i settled for that for the time being while i stack parts for what i really want. "60's model Triumph Bonneville" all chopped and bobbed out. Dont plan on doing to much to my vulcan although sometimes i daydream about it. if anyone knows anything about mods on vulcans pass it my way, and im sure ill be bugging all of you for a time to come.

thanks, ride on.

04-01-2011, 3:46 PM
hello all new to the cult i have a 1967 bsa bobber

04-02-2011, 10:15 PM
Like what I.m seeing on this site ,,,been on two wheels with a motor since1966.still love it,,crashed tooo many times ,but aint dead yet and scooters make THIS life worth liveing ,so to all the builders/Riders here,,,, rock till yas drop,,trump nut myself ,,,,but anything on road with 2/3 wheels is cool,,,,,ride what yas got

04-03-2011, 4:38 AM
Hello all,

Decided to join the chop cult nation... Just purchased a 95 Suzuki 650 Savage Thumper

I'm in the middle of an 85 FJ1100 streetfighter conversion as well.

Always wanted to chopper the hell out of a bike, and found this deal too hard to resist.

Any input on bad ass 650 improvements would be greatly apprciated.. looking for constructive critisism, sarcasm, and all around jack-assery..

hoping to make the cutl a new home..


04-04-2011, 6:16 PM
Hey Guys, My name is Gabe. I live in Texas. My daily rider is an 06 Sporty. Just started collecting parts for a Triumph bobber and started doing some custom paint work. I am a HOG member ................but I do my own wrenchin so dont hold it against me.

04-05-2011, 4:19 PM
Norfolk, VA.
Joined a few days ago. 77 Ironhead and a couple Brit projects in the works.

04-05-2011, 5:48 PM
New from the Live Free or Die State...I have a couple of 71 Bonnevilles...one is a 4 speed stock runner and the other is a 5 speed project bike.

04-06-2011, 9:56 AM
Howdy all,
Just joined up today.
Got a Yammi 650 daily rider and got a line on a couple Viragos I'd like to tear into.
Look forward to some good info and conversation

04-06-2011, 3:21 PM
DaveC. here, joined up today. Really like the scene, really like ChopCult.

Custom chopper fan, custom paint 'hobbyist'.

I'll join into something, sooner or later!


04-07-2011, 6:10 PM
new guy, my name is zack. been working on this sporty ever since i got it. 100th ann. 883 now 1200 work in progress...

04-08-2011, 8:58 AM
Hey what up guys!
My names Ken, this is a awesome site/blog feed for bikes :)

04-08-2011, 8:56 PM
Hey guys....been into traditional hot rods fro ver and getting back into bikes. Have a Nomad for long hauls with the wife and just traded off the tudor project for an 85 sporty on a Paughco frame. Just waiting for it to tell me what it wants to be.