Life is busy right now, and I'm juggling more film work than ever, but I'm so glad Tim, myself and Chad had time to go down and do this film for Larry, who owns Garage Company Customs near Birmingham, Alabama.
Larry and Ashley were perfect hosts and I can't wait to see them again at the show. The knuckle Larry is building is a looker, with interesting lines and a killer stance, and it's going to be a beauty when it's done.
As usual we have some other goodies to go along with the mag........... Some hats....
Sweet sweet tank tops since the weather is getting right to unleash the pythons.......
T-shits in case you're too modest for the lady killer tanks.....
And something a little special for all those ladies supporting the mag.... just to show you we care and so you can show us you care... hahaha..... and for the ladies who like to keep it modest in public but want the world to know about our love affair nonetheless.... you get a free pin with the panties just because.......
Now, get on over to the STORE and order some shit before it's GONE........ as usual, thanks for the SUPPORT!
EVERYTHING WILL SHIP AFTER APRIL 18.... PLEASE KEEP THIS IN MIND........
Bike 2 Kyle Sonneborn 1966 Slabside Shovel Chopper â€œI built the motor and trans from top to bottom. Some cool shit here and there. Built to ride. Paint will be sick. Built what I like.â€
RJ McRae 1966 Shovelhead Amen Savior 1970's Chopper â€œSpace Trucka is a sexy F in a molded frame with a generator shovel. Sheâ€™s going to be a heavy flaked purple scooter with a lot twisted chrome and invaders.â€
Travis McLelland 1960 Panhead Rigid "Since January I made the primary cover, oil tank, floorboards, risers, wheel cover, headlight shroud, bars, finished the springer, modified valve covers and fender. Living on RedBull and a dream!"
Pete Mason 1940 E Knucklehead Chopped Bobber â€œGettin' there! Frame, tanks, frontend, wheels, brakes = Done! Workin on fender, sissy, correct tranny, seat, pad & all the little shit. Still lots to do! Still 100% Stoked.â€
Shawn Long 1952 FL Panhead Classic Undercover Virgin â€œAimed for a genuine custom, apart from the norm. I felt everything must be created or modified to compete, look close, that's exactly what I did. Killer paint to follow.â€
Alex Pedroso 1957 Panhead Hard Ridden Show Bike â€œIn the end it may be shiny, but itâ€™s built to be ridden. Custom gas tank, king queen seat, hand tooling, reserve gas tank on sissy bar hidden by seat.â€
Jason M. Roche 1974 Ironhead Sportster Salt Flat Chopperish Racer â€œFabrication is done. The bike awaits choice of finishes and small details. Aluminum and stainless will be brushed, the tins will be painted with minimalist pinstriping and silver leaf details.â€
Brian Durk 1979 Shovelhead Trike LumpySpace Princess "Used up the last of my knife-juice on that cyclops so I had to return to the tree house for a while. Now I'm ready to slay some evil!"
Marcus Ellis 1963 Pan Shovel Chopper â€œNo fabrication wizardry here. Just a clean and well built machine. Lean n mean. Built to ride the long haul. Everything except paint, plating and upholstery done in house.â€
Bobby Good Times 1946 FL Knucklehead King Kustoms White Wizard â€œPolished motor. Straightened stock frame, kustom made sporty tank, narrowed floorboards, exhaust, sissybar, modified VL, primary cover, oil tank, handlebars, and fender. You can follow the build at King Kustoms.â€
Brandon Couturier 1973 Triumph 750 Lanesplitter "No words needed."