Chop Cult All-Stars of 2009


August '09 marked ChopCult's global debut, and since then we've published over 100 original news stories, bike features and editorials for your edification and enjoyment. The All-Stars is a collection of a dozen of our favorite stories that you may have missed, or might benefit from giving a second glance.



21 questions with George Counes of Spartan Frameworks peeks inside to see what makes this creative craftsman tick



Born Free was arguably the best show of 2009, and if you couldn't make it, we shared some pics of the world-class machinery that made an appearance at this innaugural event



It's not a chopper, and that's okay. Wes White's time machine desert sled is still worthy of a closer look



BCM's SR500 defines clean, contemporary custom motorcycle design. We were proud to have this as one of our first bike features



Six tips for life on the highway from our friend and fellow road warrior, Kuda



Classic Cycle's Ryan and his super-clean 500cc Trumpet



This stroked knuck is an awesome survivor we stumbled upon at our favorite Annual SoCal swapmeet



If you have to buy a new bike, chances are you considered one of these



Wes D's skilled lensmanship documented Biltwell's first annual drunkfest in the weirdest place in the USA



Rich Knight's Sporty: one super sano Evo chopper



Inside Pangea Speed with Andy Carter



The now famous shovel affectionately named El Zun Zun and its polarizing paintjob

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Commented on 2-13-2010 At 02:56 pm

these features are one of my favorite parts of chopcult. i used to freak out waiting for the next issue of my bike mags. now with the bike features i forget all about the magazines. thanks guys!

Commented on 2-13-2010 At 07:43 pm

I'm with Steffan. I really look forward to the features and love the variety.

Commented on 2-14-2010 At 01:28 am

first thing I look at when I log in!
Seriously, thanks you guys...

Commented on 2-14-2010 At 04:58 am

I commented in almost all of these articles, that's why I'm sticking so hard with this site...Pure marvelous articles, truly great people and stylish layout. This is all about! Machines, crazy-stylish folks and culture!

Commented on 2-14-2010 At 07:28 am

This is why i like this site. Stuck here in frigid Minnesota i can get a real feel on whats going on in other parts of the country. something that most magazines just cant get accross, due to the format and backing of major motor companies with specific agendas in mind. This site is "open source" and anybody can contribute. Keep up the good work.

Commented on 2-14-2010 At 08:23 pm

damn I thought I'd read all of these updates but turns out I missed a few! cheers.

Commented on 2-14-2010 At 08:34 pm

I've picked up more info, friends, and advice from this site than I could ever have imagined. I've said it before, but the amount of efforts these guys put in is extraordinary, and we owe them a round next time we see them. No other site is doing shit like this, and I feel fortunate to be a part (almost) since its inception. Here's to a great 2010, ChopCult!


Commented on 2-15-2010 At 07:31 am

Chop Cult in my number one site now for visiting. Awesome articles and great photos! I'm trying to use the vendors and even classifieds now from this site. Great job!

Commented on 2-15-2010 At 07:24 pm

sick.... i made some of the favorites of 2009, well my pics aleast. I'm glade to see this site doing well.Making new path for cool web content and leading the way.I will always be happy to help where i can.

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