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.
When Josh Allison isn't sharing informative knowledge through his tech articles on chopcult.com, you can find him tinkering on a bike or two, or fabricating one-off custom parts.
Photographer Patrick Katzman debuted the first volume of Thrash It Don't Stash It on October 4, 2017, on chopcult.com.
I first crossed paths with Frank Giambattista from Vicious Cycles in the main forum back in 2012.
Over the past couple of years, Russell "MOW" Murchie has created a name for himself by producing chopper and Kustom Kulture art.
A feature of ChopCult that we have always been proud of, but one that arose quite serendipitously, is our strong international following.
Dan Haines has been a ChopCult member since 2014. He builds and rides his motorcycles throughout the United Kingdom.
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.
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