Once again, the annual Brooklyn Invitational, held in mid-September, showcased a variety of builds in the dramatic Root Studios.
Kevin Bosch's 82 Shovelhead had my interest the second I saw it at Cook's Corner during the M.O.T.O. FAM party. I hung out around it for quite some time trying to figure out who the owner was.
We, as young boys, always have superheroes we look up to, but often the first hero we ever encounter is our loving father, who instills his passion into us.
I have never met our featured artist, Denis, but started seeing his work all over Instagram and on some of my favorite motorcycles and every time I asked, "Who did this paint?" or "Is this a survivor paintjob?" the answer was "Denis did that craziness!".
One of many perks that ChopCult provides for members is the forums. Any member can create their own build thread to showcase their latest project.
Back in 2010 I attended the Thy Will Be Done art show and met Michael "Buck Wild" Ramirez. Buck is a very talented artist who surrounds himself with like-minded folks and enjoys creating art.
Kernville is a small mountain town in the southern Sierra Nevadas. The gold rush hit the area in 1858 and soon a town popped up and went by a series of names, one of which was Whiskey Flats, after the first bar that opened in town.
I had the opportunity to meet Darren Williams while working at the Limpnickie Lot during Daytona Bike Week back in 2010.
By now, if you are on or near the East Coast you should know what Strange Days is. If you don't, it's an annual vintage motorcycle gathering focusing on good vibes and as the tagline says,"Expanding your motorcycle mind".
It seems like yesterday that we were all introduced to Instagram and it's easy to say that we spend way too much time using it.
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