With as many events as I attend over the course of a season, I'm fortunate to meet a lot of good dudes with some killer bikes.
The combined sense of accomplishment and excitement that a person has after their very first build is something that only happens once.
Mike Watson is from Canada. He's a really mild-mannered guy. A fabricator by trade, Mike spends most of his spare time wrenching in his garage.
It was a COLD winter morning in the winter of 2016! How cold of a morning? It was -10F. That COLD! So, why am I just now telling you what happened last winter? Let's go back to that cold day.
Chris Pasley's 1980 Shovelhead is a bike that tends to draw the attention of anyone within eyesight. I know it grabbed mine when I saw it for the first time, nestled up with all the custom cars, at this year's Hippy Killer Hoedown.
Upon our arrival into Cleveland, my wife looked up a tasty restaurant in Lakewood. We zig-zagged our way to Melt, a bar, and grilled cheese joint.
Nick bought the shell of the motor with no internals from a guy out in California back in 2011
If you're an avid reader of ChopCult, you know that I help Kutty and Jamie Noteboom with the Hippy Killer Hoedown
Sadly, honesty and business don't go hand in hand as often as they should. A lack of customer service, overcharging for goods, and manufacturers not standing behind their products; these are all symptoms of a poorly run business.
Thirty-five miles north of the infamous Area 51, hordes of bizarre creatures converge to offer themselves to the skies.
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