The new issue of Greasy Kulture has just launched and features Joey 'Fish' Cano
on the cover with his spot-on 1960 Panhead chopper. This bike was built out of parts – collected over five years – traded for paint jobs; Joey's a busy guy... he paints, builds, and also finds time to run his honky tonk 'Lonesome Rose' in San Antonio, Texas! Photos: Larry Pena
radical Sporty chopper is his first Harley and was completely homebuilt – including that Frank-style fender. A designer by trade, Nic put this together in his garage in Brisbane, Australia. Photos: Curtis Hay
and Nathan Sykes
(who took the photos) have quickly built a very fruitful partnership, building righteous choppers near Eugene, Oregon. This crusty '61 Harley Pan-Shovel is no show bike but is built right to do the miles.
just won Best in Show at Born Free with his spectacular sixties showbike-inspired 'Time Warp' Triumph. This '51 pre-unit is faultless in its execution: and no wonder, Tom used some of the best parts – and best craftsmen around – to realize his vision. Photos: Mark Kawakami
Built in the UK, Rick's
'49 Panhead looks tough and goes hard. Vincent Summers
built it – his usual style is early sixties, not eighties, but this Bay Area styled chopper looks tight and right! Photos: Gary Margerum
rides this Cycle Zombies-built '56 Panhead around his hometown Tokyo as a chopper, but couldn't resist the temptation to get it into beach racer mode for the Chirihama Sand Flats. It's as fun as it looks! Photos: Satoshi Feature: Mochi/Suntee
This '47 Knucklehead, in perfect post-war, pre-chopper style, was built by Spike Judd
in England with the help of some good friends. You won't believe what he bought the project bike for... as he says, 'I'm always hustling!'. Photos: Al Thorogood
If you missed Born Free in June, you'll want to check out Michael Van Parys'
film photos from the event in this issue. We bring you a flavour of how it all went down – and what the highlights were – under that scorching Californian sun.
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