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Holy shit! Where does the time go?

Well, here I am again with a small gap between blog posts. My life consists of keeping members happy, attaining continued support for the website, embedding features, handling CC's social media outlets, creating the bi-weekly newsletters, and never-ending promotions the latest features, and upcoming events. Don't get me wrong I LOVE that so many folks believe in working with chopcult.com and I value every ChopCult logo attached to every flyer. I do thank God for Jason, Daniel, Nic, and Jennifer for helping me with Instagram as that feed alone takes a village to handle. One thing for sure is there has to be a way for me to get everything done in a timely matter. Maybe 2019 will be the year that I find the right recipe to handle my workload. We shall see :-). Until then do me a solid and check out the latest features and follow the author/photographer's world. Without their contribution to ChopCult.com, my life would suck a little bit more, lol. -Lisa



Fuel Cleveland 2018 by Jennifer Farris

Upcoming event: 15th Annual David Mann Chopper Fest by me and Enrique Parrilla.

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More Mert . . .

He looks tiny on this thing.  Not a real big guy anyway, just stocky and strong.  Looks like it's got aluminum rims?   Anyone know what sauce pan they used to make air-cleaners out of ???  A guy told me once, and I should have wrote it down. 

HOTP: Basket Case Magazine Issue Nine & Giveaway!

Our rad friends at Basket Case Magazine grant us access to Issue #9. Click here to check it out! But wait, that's not all! Head over to our Instagram account to enter to win a Wizard t-shirt design by Mitch Cotie, a Basket Case lapel pin, a BCM belt strap patch, and a copy of Issue #9. Enter here. We'll announce the winner on 12/20/2018. Best of luck!

THANK YOU!!!!

I want to thank everyone that supported the David Mann Chopper Fest on Sunday and those that visited the booth during the day. Your kind words of support will not be forgotten, and your purchases are much appreciated. Keep an eye out for a full featuring hitting the website soon. -Lisa

S&S Cycle Donates Engines and training to Local High School


Lead by instructor Bill Hannah, Viroqua High School's shop class, is a student favorite, covering a broad spectrum of subjects from small engines to drywall and basic electrical, all viable real-world skillsets, particularly in the rural setting of the Driftless Region. Like many small-town shop programs Hannah is well connected with the community he serves and that reach put him together with the folks at S&S Cycle. A staple in the performance motorcycle industry for the last 60 years, S&S employs 270 people, many of whom attended VHS or have children in their school system. "We were approached by a high school a few states away that has a fairly established engines program, and it occurred to us we should help create something like that locally" state's S&S Cycle's VP of Marketing David Zemla. Not only did S&S donate seven complete engines to the program, but they also supplied tools, a curriculum and sent in an instructor to support the work several times per week. "Before working at S&S Cycle, I was an instructor at a technical school that focused on the motorcycle industry, so helping with this program was an easy transition," says S&S Cycle's Kevin Boarts. Kids got the chance to break down an engine to the cases, learn the theories behind internal combustion and gain confidence in their ability to take something apart and put it back together correctly. S&S intends to roll the program out to several more schools across the next six months as well as offering internships to interested students during the summer months. Go to https://www.sscycle.com/ for more information.

Mert Lawwill

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Motorcycles Are Expensive

Every bike I've had pretty much started out like this.  A box of stuff, missing about everything.  My first bike was wrecked with broken cases.  The next one was all apart, but most original H-D parts.  From there on out, they were all in piles, or missing about everything 'cept the vital pieces.  Above is the '54 Panhead.  You sure learn a lot when you do it this way.  Much more than a guy realizes . . . I could probably afford a complete bike now - but why start ?

This is turning into a K Model Blog . . .

I got a deep, dry basement.  It's got neat rustic walls.  I run a dehumidifier all summer so it stays dry.
There's not much down there but a few folding tables where I keep some parts for future builds.  I've sold all my parts (except for the K Model stuff, and a few spares).  I never really had all that much for parts anyway. 




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