Freshly built by Jeremiah at Love Cycles, this machine was picked up in person by its new owner Andre and ridden directly to the Ground Zero Throwdown. Jeremiah had a few shakedown miles on it, but Andre was the man who really broke it in.
We never got tons of details on the bike or the building process, but pictures are worth a bucket of needless words anyway right? BFJosh shot this bike in the woods of Ruidoso, New Mexico where we camped for the GZT.
One thing that is impossible to miss is the frame and fork, both hand-crafted by Geourge Counes of Spartan Fameworks in Vail, AZ.
It was no surprise that Andre's panhead ended up winning the "Best Chopper" at the close of the event. Being the modest fellow he is, the owner said something like "I didn't earn this, you did" and handed the trophy to Mr. Love.
You can check out more of Jeremiah's life and work at Love Cycles.
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