I am the editor of ChopCult.com and am happily married to Duane Ballard. Some of my daily duties includes attaining features, working hand in hand with the members, supporters, and events. I also contribute to ChopCult's social media platforms - Facebook / Instagram / Pinterest / Twitter - and take care of the news section of the website and the blog. Don't hesitate to contact me with any issues or concerns. Follow me on Instagram.
The Shiny Side.
It seems like yesterday that we were all introduced to Instagram and it's easy to say that we spend way too much time using it.
Greasy Kulture started in 1999 as an obsession. And our heartfelt passion for old motorcycles and a life on two wheels hasn't abated one
ChopCult has sponsored hundreds of events over the past years. It's been a dream of mine to be able to attend every event
With everything going the way of reality TV, social media, and blogs, a few friends in Northern California took a different road with Basket Case Magazine.
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.
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.
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.
If you're an avid reader of ChopCult, you know that I help Kutty and Jamie Noteboom with the Hippy Killer Hoedown
I published an interview with Jasin Phares back in 2014. I honestly felt like I hit the lottery because I'm a huge fan of Jasin's craftsmanship.
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