If you follow ChopCult on Instagram you'll remember seeing this great piece of art in our feed. It was hand drawn by 33 member Richy Hurle. Richy lives in the South West of England, he's a tattooist and doodler by day and builds bikes and cars by night. He currently rides a '03 sporty and a '80 Ducati Pantah and is building a 62 Chevy Bel Air. He always drawing, like this is a freehand piece, no digital work, "because I don't know how, and think it's cheating." So why am I sharing this information? Because Richy has offered one lucky member and one lucky follower the chance to win this custom print. Just enter "Richy rules" in this thread for the chance to win and look for this image on Instagram for your second chance. We'll announce the winners on December 13, 2016, best of luck! Big thanks to Richy for his kind donation! -Lisa
I met Canadian Don Galloway when I was banging bars with him at Santa Rosa while we were racing Roland Sands' Indian Scout Superhooligans.
Dan was also racing his neat 'little' Panther Honda (not this one, another one...). I'd noticed him the night before kicking everyone's ass. I was so impressed and intrigued by his bike I had Preston Burroughs shoot it there and then for Sideburn 27.
Not too long after that race, Don competed in Florida and Georgia (he lives in Canada, remember) and cleared up. Read about him and his giant-killing, big-bore Honda XL350 in Sideburn 27.
This is what happens when another rider's foot peg gets in your front spokes.
The amount of fuel an XL480 consumes in 4 laps of a 1/2 mile.
You just supply the 2"x2" or 2"x3" tubing. The frame jig kit bolts together so you can easily reconfigure the jig or break it down to store or move. Save time and maximize precision with our CNC laser cut parts that now come powdercoated black for the same great price.
The brackets lock in 16 positions and can be moved along their uprights to balance the jig and frame. You supply the 2"x2" or 2"x3" tubing. Just like the main part of the jig, the stand bolts together so you can easily break it down to store or move.
BEST OF 2016 posts are in no specific order, but I'll be showcasing a variety of rides and grassroots events throughout 2016 during the month of December...
Back in February Kit took us on a Kulture Ride to The Galpin Motors Museum in North Hills, CA. It's a FREE museum if you're interested in classic cars the works from Ed Big Daddy Roth, Von Dutch, and many others! Of course I can only tease the cars here because honestly, it would take a dozen of posts to show them all (and you can see those posts if you travel back into my timeline to MARCH of 2016)