21: Kutty Noteboom (con'd)


Most recent two-wheeled adventure: I did a photo shoot in the Vegas desert with Wes Drelleshak and Duane Ballard for Street Chopper magazine

Current stable of bikes and projects: My red shovel, the '68 "Plum Smuggler," Jamie's Triumph and some customer stuff



Tool I wish I had but don't: A mill

Tool I have but wish I didn't: I love my tool!

Describe Heaven on Earth: Isn't that a Belinda Carlisle song? Boy I still think she is hot

Proudest moment: The day our son Kyler was born

Darkest secret: If I told you, it wouldn't be a dark secret then, would it?

Deepest fear: SHARKS!




Biggest regret: None

Reason for being: Is this the Miss America pageant?

If I lost my right arm: My left arm wouldn't be jealous anymore

Thanks to: you guys…




Hippy Killer Garage


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Commented on 10-14-2009 At 09:06 pm

kutty is a rad guy and he makes some sweet bikes.

Commented on 10-14-2009 At 09:07 pm

got a nice little operation there...

BTW love the plum smuggler!

Commented on 10-14-2009 At 09:29 pm

nice lighting Magoo.
wish I had your garage Kutty.

Commented on 10-14-2009 At 10:27 pm

Kutty's got a purty mouth!?!

Commented on 10-15-2009 At 02:52 am

I wish I had a cool name like that.

Hanging for some metalflake green pegs some day.

Commented on 10-15-2009 At 07:29 am

badass article, bikes, and shop.

Commented on 10-15-2009 At 07:44 am

Kutty's a ruler. If I could just get him to carry extra gas when we ride and pull his fucking pants up he'd be about perfect.
I'm glad he built the "Plum Smuggler" while I did the "Pink Taco". When we came up with the idea I had no clue we would actually be able to pull it off. Without the constant back and forth, "Look what I did.", during the builds they wouldn't of come out half as good. Riding them out into the desert through downtown Vegas a few weeks ago was insane. It was a life long dream come true and I'm glad Kutty was part of it.

Commented on 10-15-2009 At 08:37 am

I have seen some of those sweet bikes on the net. Thanks for featuring the builder and shop. I like that the shop's website is a link at the end.

Commented on 10-15-2009 At 09:39 am

Great write up. Cool seeing stuff about guys from the IE. Born and raised in Wildomar and I remember seeing shovels and early evos tearing ass around my parents old house. It may be a cultural vacuum here but there is some shit that comes out of here that influences a bunch of other people's styles

Commented on 10-15-2009 At 09:58 am

Very well written Mcgoo...

Commented on 10-16-2009 At 05:44 am

very cool shop. very cool bikes

Commented on 10-16-2009 At 03:06 pm

Very cool write up....been a fan of Kutty's work for awhile now...that Plum Smuggler is something else!!!...really cool looking 70's style digger with a sweet paint job...The whole Chop Cult website keeps getting better and better everytime I visit!!!...great job guys!!!

Commented on 10-16-2009 At 11:09 pm

It is a honor to be a friend of the master builder. My life wouldn't be the same without the Notebooms in it!

Commented on 10-17-2009 At 08:38 am

my favorite shirt is a Hippy Killer shirt ! with a tire slicing thru a hippy's skull.. so bad ass. freaks some weakheart people out too.

Commented on 10-18-2009 At 12:23 pm

great write up! keep em coming!

Commented on 10-27-2009 At 12:16 pm

Great read!

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Commented on 12-29-2011 At 10:31 pm

hell yes good shit

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