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 / Tumblr - 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.
In a world filled with harsh memes, it's refreshing to stumble open works of art like those created by artist Kayla Koeune.
Gnarly Magazine is a brand new print publication, featuring kustom kulture artists such as pinstripers, lowbrow artists, sign painters, sculptors, modelers, airbrush artists, tattooers, hot rod/bike builders, comic artists, and more.
Alec Ozawa is a photographer living and working in Chicago.
What do you get when you add motorcycles, the backroads of Kentucky, and a camera? The answer is "Lost In Appalachia", created by Jerimiah Smith.
Jake and Zach Hindes have been quite busy since we spoke to them last.
The G.I. Chop got its name from Bob at Temecula Motorcycle Service when Barnacle Bill brought it in for work, and Bob commented, "That looks like a bike a G.I. would've built when they returned from Vietnam.";
The Show Class Magazine People's Champ heads into the sixth year, and the competition is as intense as ever. Just like in past years, 25 garage builders are given the chance of a lifetime.
Not many folks know that No School Choppers changed hands well over a year ago. Sean Gallagher wanted the brand and products, not the new ownership, to be the primary focus.
True Love Speed Shop started in Dayton, Ohio, approximately six years ago, in a small 500 sq. ft. shop. Nick Thomison owns True Love Speed Shop and enjoys working on any make and model bike.
Have you ever come across a photo that stops you in your tracks? One that immediately transports you from your mundane job at hand to a world of wonderment? You become so enthralled with the photographer that you must follow their journey until the bitter end. Well, this is how I crossed paths with photographer and motorcycle enthusiast Daniel Schechner.
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