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.
It's a family tradition was his answer when I asked him to tell me how he got into choppers. Shane Smith a boilermaker by trade and a grassroots chopper nut by design, is a proud Ohio motorcycle man with a family history of loving motorcycles.
It's very hard for us to be everywhere, so having extra boots on the ground really helps out. Recently Jason "Moffit" from Moffit Motors Inc., offered to help us cover the ever-growing motorcycle scene in Florida.
I first met Jeff Wolf nearly a year ago at a helmet show he was co-hosting in Signal Hill. Along with some other awesome artists, he had a couple of helmets on display featuring his unique painting and pin-striping style.
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