Are you kidding me?! Craze from Eternal Combustion just sent over some shots of his fucking insane trophy for Bobber ZunZun this weekend! SO somebody is basically getting the most nuts pandhead rocker box ever, inverted for your pleasure! I feel like I am entering a wormhole or some shit! Thanks Craze, awesome to have this kind of veteran support and so proud to be made in the U.S.A.!
This event was cool, but I would say it was more about your guys little scene than it was about choppers or the chopper scene. I would have showed up with some of my art friends and partied longer if I would have known. I showed up on my bike and left early because it wasnt a bike show al la born free. It was more of a costume party for scenesters. Which is cool, but I was under a different impression.
I get ya, the idea was to try and get bikes and artists and performers all in the same place, it just so happens that bikers don't adopt new things as quickly. I pushed the event here, all day at Hippie Killer, the SoCal Swap, but ultimately don't decide who shows up. I appeciate the opinion, and honestly we didn't purposely want to make anyone feel excluded. I've been to every Born Free, and the last three burns, and don't really think I have a scene, I guess it's just what you make of it. The only motivation I had was supporting vets. I paid for every drink and meal I ate same as everyone else supporting there, but it's your decision to stay or go...
Thanks again for the input and anyone else that attended please give us some feedback! And be critical, that's how we'll make next year even more killer! I don't need an ego stroke and if I do I'll call my mom!
Well, like I said, if I went there with a certain non motorcycle friend of mine, we would have had a blast. He's an artist and we like to get into different stuff and meet different people, because people who are different, are usually awesome.
Also I gave money to the vets there as to show my appreciation. They were pretty cool dudes/ladies