CHOP CULT HOME
NEWS   FORUM   EVENTS   CLASSIFIEDS   BLOGDUMP   COMMUNITY   MEMBERS


























Milwaukee Murderer: Dual Engine Triumph Build Update


Bottom ends have gone together, thanks to Todd Muller, in-house tech at Lowbrow. Everything clearanced so the later cranks and lumpy cams will actually turn in the 1955 crank cases. Beefy rods. Cylinders bored, ready for paint, and then the top ends will be going together. Heads and high dome pistons ready and lying in wait. My plan was to build two stock '55 T110 motors, but that plan kind of went out the window, fortune favors the bold. Mockup motors and trans in the frame for now as details both large and small get addressed. Changes being made, big ones, as recent as tonight stay tuned for some full profile shots.






Comment with Facebook


 
 

Comment with Chopcult (1)

Commented on 3-15-2012 At 04:34 pm
 

You're gnarly

Please Login to Comment





Recent Blogs

Fast Pass Questions & Answers

What is a Born-Free 6 Fast Pass wristband? Why should I buy them? Do I need one to get into Born-Free 6? The answers are: The Fast Pass wristbands are a way to pre pay for your admission to the show. It will guarantee that your old bike will be parked inside the show grounds on the grass and will get you in quicker and earlier than without one. The reason you should buy them is simple...If you care about being parked on the grass on the show grounds and have your bike in the show to be judged & eligible for awards, if you want to get in faster and earlier by entering through a different gate set up just for the Fast Pass wristband holders and not have to fumble around taking off your helmet, stalling your bike & parking it to pay....You might want to get your's now! Do you need one to get into BF6? The answer is No.. you don't need to buy one to get in. Your options are:  you can drive your car to the show and pay at the gate, you can ride your motorcycle to the show, park in the lot and pay at the gate, you can even ride your bike, pay at the gate and ride your bike inside the show grounds and park...but if we are FULL.. you can't bring your bike in..you will be directed to the parking lot. So that's the deal. Buy now and eliminate all your troubles completely or take your shot at the gate. 2 MORE SUGGESTIONS : One is ride a bike to the show. It will help with the traffic and it's a bike show. Two is if you do drive a car try to carpool with friends. It will be a massive help to us and help the flow of traffic.  To get your Fast Pass now go to Lowbrow's BF page http://www.lowbrowcustoms.com/p3312/buy/misc/born-free-6/born-free-show-born-free-6-poster-amp-raffle-ticket
/   

May 4th - Court House Custom Spring Swap Meet


Sunday May 4th is the CHC Spring Swap Meet. It's FREE to attend as a vendor or spectator. Come on out and join us for what's sure to be a great time. Come to buy, come to sell or come to do both. Vendor set up begins at 6 am. Swap meet from 8 am-4 pm. Rain or Shine. For more details or if you have questions call the shop @ 740-335-2466

Trike



Scott's Trike, Brooklyn 2012

2014 Freedom First Riders Bike Show - Part 2

My favorite bike from last year's Freedom First Riders Bike Show was back again this year in the Rat/Rad category.  It's this 1946 WL flathead chopper.

Speaking of rats, check out these two rat trucks.

Back inside the arena, this is the Custom category.  It had a wide variety of bikes in it.

You had bikes with fancy paint jobs...

...and bikes with bedliner "paint" jobs.

This 1978 BMW Land Speed bike was really cool.

However, the bike that got my vote in the category was this little Yamaha XS400 cafe racer.  It looked like the most fun to ride out of all the bikes in the Custom class.

Vintage bikes are next.
Share This



NEWS   FORUM   EVENTS   CLASSIFIEDS   BLOGDUMP   COMMUNITY   MEMBERS
CHOP CULT HOME

 

Advertise    |    Contact    |    ©2009ChopCult    |    Report Abuse    |    Conduct


Chopcult on Facebook