Pittsburgh Moto is an independent print publication that documents custom motorcycle culture in the Greater Pittsburgh region. For over three years, the magazine has been showcasing the area's passion for two wheels through an appreciation of the individuals that put their blood, sweat, and tears into building these fascinating machines.
The latest issue features local artists and builds that include a steampunk-themed ironhead, a beautiful 1955 panhead chopper, a sinister S&S shovelhead, and more.
Nick Miller talks with us about how his 1955 panhead came together and what draws him to period-specific choppers.
After a horrific accident, Shawn Holbrook overcame the odds to finish his menacing S&S shovelhead.
Tattoo artist Ray Morrow created a steampunk-themed ironhead after his original idea of a skeleton key ignition snowballed out of control.
Built around the subject of motorcycles and the people who ride them, Allison Lear created Outlander Art Co. as a platform for her highly-detailed wood art.
We visit Roll On Cycle, a hands-on motorcycle shop that can do everything from custom paint to complete restorations.
A local pilot found the perfect thrill outside of the cockpit by building a Sportster cafe racer.
To subscribe or get a copy of issue Number 008, head to the website at www.pittsburghmoto.com. Each issue comes with an 8x10 @glorydazepgh poster, so get your copy today!
*Editor's note: I want to welcome Kurt, Alexa, and Pittsburgh Moto crew to the ChopCult family, and I'm looking forward to working with them. Please give Pittsburgh Moto a follow on Facebook, Instagram, and check out their marketplace. Thanks, Lisa