ChopCult member Josh Allison is building a name for himself within the motorcycle industry. But it's not for fame or fortune; it's for building one solid machine after another.
Over the past nine months, ChopCult has sponsored over eighty events. Some cater to twenty attendees or less while others welcome a broader audience.
Have you ever met someone that makes you very uncomfortable, but at the same time just intrigues the hell out of you so much that you just want to get to know that person?
A while back, I shot my bud Dan Warner's badass Ironhead for issue 33 of Show Class Magazine. Besides the fact that his bike is a piece of work, much like its owner, Dan really brought his best to this shoot
Fundraising for downed riders is nothing new. I remember growing up seeing flyers everywhere from diners to car shows to local swap meets advertising BBQs or poker runs benefiting an injured rider or their family.
I've attended every Born-Free since BF3, which happens to be the first at Oak Canyon Ranch. There isn't much I can say about Born-Free that hasn't already been said.
The Born-Free show has always been about bringing like-minded enthusiasts together. This year was no different, but there was a unique attraction that brought fellow racers together for the love of slamming bars and going fast for a couple of hot laps called The Stampede.
Eric Vaughan has been a loyal member since 2013, and he's like many of you; he likes to get his hands dirty. He has a solid nine-to-five and spends the rest of his free time between his family and the garage.
Joel Meyer-England is making quite a name for himself with his paintwork. He's known for his classic Mexican-blanket-style gas tanks that are flawless every time.
Cody Dunn's motorcycle, The Hillbilly Spaceship, is a perfect extension of what he embodies. Cody is a tall, heavily tattooed and red-bearded man from Marietta, Georgia, with an accent to match.
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