Article by Christopher Galley - It was a quick turnaround to make this year's Mama Tried show. I had less than two weeks between shows, and I had some work to do.
The Orgasmatron, Tim White's 1978 Shovelhead, has long been a family affair.
What do you get when you add motorcycles, the backroads of Kentucky, and a camera? The answer is "Lost In Appalachia", created by Jerimiah Smith.
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Long Brothers Choppers and the Georgia Grundle Run, if that ain't country, I'll kiss your ass. I first met these boys on the Manhandle the Panhandle show in Pensacola, Florida.
Here it is...the brand new issue of DicE.
Jake and Zach Hindes have been quite busy since we spoke to them last.
I've covered the Brooklyn Invitational for ChopCult for many years. Those of you not familiar with this East Coast event, the Invitational is the annual custom bike show held at Root Studios in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, NY.
Seats, seats, and more seats! Have to have one on your chop. That's what we're talking about them this month at Crybaby Cycles.
The G.I. Chop got its name from Bob at Temecula Motorcycle Service when Barnacle Bill brought it in for work, and Bob commented, "That looks like a bike a G.I. would've built when they returned from Vietnam.";
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