There seems to be a lot of talk these days about the loss of a grassroots ethos in the motorcycle world. Some of the discussion revolves around events that falsely label themselves as grassroots.
I met Bryant Plymel a few weeks ago, when he did the fabrication work on the raffle bike for Voodoo and Burnt Rubber IV, a Buffalo, New York bike and art show.
When it comes to accomplishing his goals, Josh Yingling is no stranger to hard work and dedication.
Over the next few months, we will be focusing on painters and artists who help add color and style to our world. You'll know some of the names, but others are just starting to build a name for themselves within the community.
As human beings, we have shared our tales of caution and of inspiring feats for millennia. Many stories are catalogued with the written word or, in this day-and-age, in the cloud.
It all started with a conversation about how we wanted to go out to more motorcycle events, but wanted more than just riding a few hours to a camp site and staying there to party the rest of the time.
Jon Brewer has been a member since September, 2010 and we frequently cross paths at different events in So-Cal.
Back in early 2014, my phone rang and a new friendship began. Justin Spears was on the other end, asking for support with a new project, called Heroes Run, which he was spearheading with his longtime friend, Joe Davenport.
Every year it gets bigger and better. But this year's Born-Free felt like light years beyond anything that had come before.
I crossed paths with fellow member, Josh Allison, on Instagram through the #chopcult hashtag. Josh posted a photo of the bike that you see below as a mock up.
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