Shane Kelson is a ChopCult member and follower of our social media outlets.
There are a few things I really like a bike feature to have. One is that the bike is somehow a little different than what everyone else is doing.
Every event begins the same: A couple of friends get together and start throwing around "what ifs." The "what ifs" turn into a couple of phone calls, meetings, and then the dreaded deadline ensues.
To capture the true essence of Born-Free you have to walk the whole show. You can't just walk by the main stage, the featured builders corral, and the vendor’s booths. The grime, dirt and absolute freedom can be found in the never-ending rows of motorcycles: the real stars of Born-Free.
Curtis Olsak is a welder and metal fabricator by trade, who owns Speed Ball Cycle Works. Curtis' company manufactures after-market spring struts which provide a clean, stylish look without sacrificing comfort.
Show Class Magazine, Born-Free, Meditation 4 Madmen, Two Wheel Terror, Doom Cycles, Choppahead, Lowbrow Customs, Mad Fabricators Society, Atomic Hot Rods and Hot Rod Havoc are just some
In this internet world I "meet" a lot of people... I've learned it's easy for people to re-create themselves and redefine who they are to fit the "scene" they are trying to be a part of...
Jay Cagney became a ChopCult contributor at mid-season of 2014. I instantly fell in love with his Instagram feed, as his life always seems to be an awesome adventure.
This is an unconventional build in many respects and that's exactly why I wanted to do a feature on it. Things can get a little repetitive in the "custom" skinny tire chopper world. I love EVO Sporty chops and Panheads as much as the next guy
Motorcycles are nothing more than meaningless machines to most people, but if you are reading this article then I am willing to bet you love those machines as much as life itself.
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