Black Friday - Cyber Monday deals from Choppahead

Save 15% on EVERYTHING - parts, apparel, accessories!!! Today thru Monday.
Also, free shipping on orders in the USA.
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Special 4 day sale from Lowbrow Customs

Lowbrow Customs has some killer deals going on for Black Friday, look no further for the perfect gift for the motorcycle enthusiast in your life (even it it's you!).

- Free shipping on all U.S. orders, no minimums! (see website for details)
- Super cool motorcycle and chopper DVDs for only $9.95
- Lowbrow Customs brand aluminum rear fenders on sale at 50% off, starting at $99.95
- Select embroidered patches for only $1.95
- 20% off of all 11" x 17", signed, numbered prints in The Fuel Collection
- An ADDITIONAL 10% off everything in the Sale, Clearance & Overstock section!

The staff at Lowbrow Customs wishes you a happy and safe holiday season; we hope it is filled with family, love, lots of good food and of course motorcycles. Cheers! Free Advertising Giveaway

Small businesses promote themselves through the Chop Market forum and some also advertise on this website (thank you). We would like to grant one small motorcycle related brand the opportunity to receive 3 months of free advertising on Your company will also receive free cross-promotion through's extensive social media platform. This is a retail value of $1050.00 and your products will be seen by over 2 million set of eyes monthly. 

There are two ways to enter this promotion:

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We'll announce the winner on December 15th. Please don't innodate this #hashtag feed with numerous photos. One photo per follower, per brand. Winner will be announced on December 15, 2015.

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Black Friday Frank

Care Package from Bruce

As a thanks for checking out that bike for Bruce, he sent me a box of goodies. I told him I didn't need anything just for taking pictures of a bike. He insisted on something so I told him to send me some wild parts with something for my pegboard and not  a restaurant gift card.

His package of goodies was perfect. A ratchet top clutch release arm, a crankcase breather with mount, a bicycle style kicker pedal, old o-ring pegs, a single spring loaded peg, some knick-knacks, a twenty dollar bill, and a highway bar with genuine Anderson pegs on it.

I was pretty jazzed about all of it. The crankcase breather with the mount is exactly what I haven't gotten around to getting on my Kawasaki. The lucky twenty dollar bill will go in the shovelhead's toolbox with my lucky one dollar bill from Ed. The rest will go on the wall.

This peg had a hole drilled in it at some point.

This one has a bit of rash on it, but I like my pegs to have a back story.

Here's this crazy peg with a detent spring. (I'm easily amused.)

Keychains and belt buckle... It's hard to believe that the MoCo licensed cigarettes as late as the mid-1990's

TACO MOTO TUESDAY Clothing Drive at Alex's Bar (pt.2)

Just a few more pics from this weeks #TACOMOTOTUESDAY (follow @kultofspeed on IG for future tuesday locations). Another huge thanks to everyone who brought out bags and bags of clothing to help out the less fortunate in our communities. The clothing drive was a huge success and shows just how much crap we really have, we really don't need. Give it to someone who can use it! And a huge thanks to ALEX'S BAR LONG BEACH for the Tacos and Beers all night long!!!

Barn Find Garbage Wagon

This bike is not really a secret. It's been on the local craigslist for a very long time.  If there are pictures in the ad, they are pretty much terrible and the asking price is on the high side of perfect.  I haven't been in the market for a hack rig, so I never called.  However, my internet friend Bruce from Nebraska was really interested and asked me to go and check it out.  I know why the ad pictures are so bad. The bike has been in a dark warehouse since about 1994, I think.  That was the last tag on it.

Here's the sidecar.

That's actually the seat for it sitting in the sidecar. Blue velour, yo.

All duded out even a side mirror for the hack passenger to use.

Lots of bumpers. Safety first I guess.

I haven't seen all this twisted rod stuff before.

The dude straight bought the full catalog's worth of the stuff though.

More bumpers.

Breaker ONE-NINE, breaker ONE-NINE!

This was the deal breaker. Bruce was told that the frame numbers for a 1971 should be on a boss on the frame leg not the neck. I don't know. I don't much about stock.


What do you call this style of paint? Fishscale, maybe?


Bruce didn't buy it, but he sent me a very awesome care package and I got to see a crazy old bike on a Sunday afternoon.

A special sale for ChopCult members and followers

Steve at Deadbeat Customs would like to offer our members and followers a tasty treat. Order Deadbeat Customs' Slim Open Face Novelty Helmet and enter promo code "chopcultslim" during checkout to receive $50 off. Good from now til midnight on Monday, normally retails for 149.95. 

"Thanks to everyone that supports us and Chop Cult, we wouldn't be where we are today without YOU. - Steve, Deadbeat Customs"
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