The Orgasmatron, Tim White's 1978 Shovelhead, has long been a family affair.
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.";
I first met Brent in Bisbee, Arizona when he stopped by the table where we were sitting with George Counes of Spartan Frameworks at the Howl 'N Prowl show.
Basket Case Issue 7 Out Now!
Yes, you've seen Indian Summer before. Anytime Brian Stanley pulls his 75 Shovelhead out of his garage in Kennett Square, PA, social media blows up with shots of this blue beast.
True Love Speed Shop started in Dayton, Ohio, approximately six years ago, in a small 500 sq. ft. shop. Nick Thomison owns True Love Speed Shop and enjoys working on any make and model bike.
I met Jacinto "Hoss" Mendoza about 6 years ago in Salinas, CA. He's built a few beautiful bikes in his little shop behind his house in the old company town of Spreckels, CA.
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.
It's no secret that there is a trend in this country. The trades are dying and the ethos of "building it with your own two hands" is becoming more and more of a rarity. In that atmosphere it is always a breath of fresh air to know someone like Randy Owens
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