The time has come for thousands of like-minded motorcycle enthusiasts to join together and celebrate all things motorcycles.
David Freston, aka Chopperdave, has been in the industry since 1989. He's always been interested in motorcycles but fell in love with them while working at Vic's Custom Cycles back in the day.
You don't see a legit 1925 HD frame with a 45 Flattie stuffed in it very often. Come to think of it, I never have! The simplicity of this machine is amazing. It is assembled from swap meet and horse-trading parts with a big dash of ingenuity.
The Tecates are cold, the sun is shining, and bikes are being worked on. I must be at Paul Skura's house in San Diego, California. There are no less than four bikes in various stages of builds and a hot rod in the driveway.
The term "legend" is thrown around too often and the overuse has weakened the true sense of the word. The real legends are the ones who have left a mark on their culture by earning the respect of their peers while creating a lasting impact.
Whether you call it the Midwest, Great Lakes, or Rust Belt, one thing is certain: this region has a really happening grassroots motorcycle community. It seems like there is always a show, ride, or run going on.
I first met Tony Nguyen around 10 years ago when we were both living in Mammoth, CA. I was crashing on the floor of my buddy Joe Eddy's place and snowboarding every day I could.
Shooting bikes and contributing to ChopCult provides me the opportunity to meet a lot of dynamic and engaging motorcycle people. My pal Lemmy falls into both of those categories.
Jordan Heathcock, of Slop Shop, humbly says a lot of "trial and error" was involved in this Shovel Long bike build.
Photography allows us to step away from our norm and be transported into another world. For me, the best type of photos are from the road; whether with friends or solo.
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