I first met Tony Nguyen around 10 years ago when we were both living in Mammoth, CA. I was crashing on the floor of my buddy Joe Eddy's place and snowboarding every day I could.
Shooting bikes and contributing to ChopCult provides me the opportunity to meet a lot of dynamic and engaging motorcycle people. My pal Lemmy falls into both of those categories.
Jordan Heathcock, of Slop Shop, humbly says a lot of "trial and error" was involved in this Shovel Long bike build.
I've known Aaron Elliott (aka"AE") now, for about 9 years.
It's a small world and it keeps getting smaller. A couple years back, I snapped some photos of a metal-flaked Panhead chopper at Hazzard County.
This was quite a year for the Race of Gentlemen and the Night of the Troglodytes Bike Show. As with any event planned on the East Coast, especially the Northeast, the weather is always a roll of the dice, and that weekend was no exception.
Most of us have had a dream of the perfect chopper in our head, but when it comes to putting together that dream, time and funds are the biggest factors.
ChopCult member Shane Burkholder's story is like many told here before. Shane searched for a used motorcycle that he could modify to fit his liking.
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