The dates are set! The Lowbrow Getdown is taking place Friday, July 13th through Sunday, July 15th, 2018.
Once again, Nelson Ledges Quarry Park in Garrettsville, Ohio will be 'HOME' for the weekend!
Though every Lowbrow Getdown has been held at 'the ledges', no two Getdowns have ever been the same, and this year will be no exception. Whether you're heading out by yourself to meet and hang with a bunch of like-minded individuals, or coming out with a caravan of your closest friends, good times are sure to be had by all.
If you've never been to the Getdown, and don't know what to expect, let's just say 'party' sums it up. This is NOT a bike show, with vendors or organized activities. It is a party in the woods with motorcycles, drinks, food, naps, swimming, campfires and friends! The swimming in the spring-fed quarry is sure to cure your hangover the next morning! Don't forget your floaty..
Camping at the quarry is $20 per night, payable to the campground at the gate.
** You may want to start thinking now about what you're going to do to win Best Campsite at the Lowbrow Getdown! There will be killer prizes awarded to camp sites who help add to the experience for everyone. More details on that to follow!
"Southbound is free for all to come and enjoy. Join us on October 27 at The Boardr in Tampa, Florida. The only costs to you are for raffle tickets, food, and vendors. All of the profit once again this year goes to the local VFW post. The pre-party will be at The Hub in downtown Tampa on the 26th. The after party is at the local VFW post 424. Both include live music, drink specials, and plenty of bike parking. Go to https://goo.gl/FrFn2P for complete information. We appreciate your support!" -Shawn Instagram Get Involved Directions to The Boardr HQ
Our friends at DicE Magazine have released a digital version of their magazine. The digital subscription costs $19.95 for the year and is sent to the reader one week before the print issue comes out! Buy your sub here and let them know ChopCult sent you!
The guys at Choppahead are throwing their third annual swap meet, and it's free to attend and vend. The vendors are allowed to set up between 9 - 10:30 am, and the swap runs from 11 am to 5 pm. Contact Truth if you'd like to get involved. Thanks.
New ChopCult Feature: Upcoming Event: Appalachian Moto Jam Hellclimb / Article and Photos by Daniel Venditto "Our same friends that organized the rad Strange Days event back in July are at it again. This time, Kenny and the guys at Appalachian Moto Jam are having their annual Halloween-themed Hellclimb and TT Flat Track Race at Holiday Mountain Action Sports in Monticello, NY." Read more.
Big props to Biltwell for making the Pullin' For The Panhandle t-shirt and for donating 100% of the proceeds raised to Team Rubicon. I ordered two yesterday morning and received a shipping confirmation a few hours later. Those guys sure know how to handle business.
The Bonneville Speed Week 2018 documentary filmed by Mikey Arnold reveals Team Lowbrow's determination for fixing issues on the fly to accomplish goals set by each racer. The one hour film embodies friendship, integrity, brotherhood, and showcases the highs and lows that come with the sport of racing. Kudos to Tyler & Kyle Malinky, Andy Cox, and Alp Sungurtekin for achieving new land speed records and for never giving up. A special thanks to Andy Cox for rocking a few ChopCult stickers on his trusty blender. Grab a cold one (or four), open the YouTube app on your favorite device and enjoy the ride! We watched it on our big screen, and it was FANTASTIC!
Click here to check out the events heading your way and be sure to enjoy the ride! Lisa
Hey Jimmy . . . see Chopper Dave's Casting Company for one of these . . . I like 'em better than the S&S ones . . . and you'll be Loud AND Fast AND Rule too ! NOTE: I've heard they work best if you overlap the velocity stack lip by about 1/4"-3/8" of an inch. Not in too far, not out even with the lip.
I got it runnin' pretty decent in these cool temps. Starts better. I bundled up with leathers, insulated denim pants and a Bell Vortec and put on a few back-road miles. Bar to Bar.
This is the best working old, steel leg Sporty frontend I have . . . It never tops out, bottoms out, or wiggles at high speed. This bike has the original frame, forks, shocks (and engine) so that might be the difference? or at least help . . .
Long reach plugs. My horn bracket broke - so I fixed it. Now it's good for another 25 years since I made the last one . . . Have a Great Day !