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Article by Christopher Galley (Devil Chicken Design) - It started with a slight stumble. But with one heroic leap, gravel, rubber and smoke filled the air. The only thing louder than the scream of the motor was the roar of the crowd.
Words by Christian Newman / Photos by Brandon Fischer - Unless you've ever visited Michigan's Upper Peninsula, it's difficult to convey the atmosphere: a combination of rural south mentality coupled with a flat, tree laden, northern landscape where surprisingly well-maintained roads
Our latest creation is for a client out in So-Cal. He wanted a clean, classic, and built to ride Triumph. That's our specialty and that's what we delivered!- Big Truth
Written by Zach Boxx, curator of the Art and Fuel Exhibit and owner of Throttle Addiction
On January 12th 2014, the first NorCalCycleSwap was held at the West Wind Drive- In off the 50 freeway and Bradshaw road in Sacramento, CA. With 80 vendors and well over 1,000 spectators, the swap proved to be a good time for all that made the trek to the event.
To the average chopper fan, Dunlop Customs may seem like just another fab shop building custom choppers in a sea of fab shops doing the same thing. However, when I met with the owner, Brock Dunlop, and saw his fab work firsthand, I was blown away. For such a young company with limited resources, his work sports some pretty serious talent. His custom designs are clean, preserving the bike’s original look and style. When it comes to attention to detail Brock leaves no stone unturned. Line-of-sight and isolated focus areas are clear and direct, simply highlighting the aesthetic reminiscent of the bike’s original appeal. This guy is a real deal representation of the growing AZ scene. He supports local development at a grassroots level by hosting regular events through his shop, bringing two-wheeled friends together to talk bikes and share laughs.
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