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Six Pack: Narrowing a Gas Tank with Special 79




Jay Roche from Special 79 is no stranger around these parts. His fab skills are legendary among garage builders around the globe. In an era where mentors are hard to come by and metal-working isn't as common as it used to be, it's a bonus that Jay takes the time to make some tidy, short and sweet how-to videos for the aspiring home builder.

For this ChopCult Six Pack we've assembled a half-dozen of Jay's best instructional clips, along with a few extra comments from the man himself. School is in session.

Thanks, Bison Motorsports!


Our friends at Bison Motorsports would like to gift one member $100.00 credit to use on their website or when you visit their shop. Wanna win? Just comment Please and thank you once in this thread to enter. The winner will be announced on October 7, 2016.

Kindly give Bison Motorsports a follow on Facebook and Instagram for continuing to support our community!

Best of luck and thanks for being a member!
Lisa

Save the date: Oct 8 - Appalachian Moto Jam


Motorcycle Dirt Track Racing, NY, Oct 8 // Appalachian Moto Jam



Appalachian Moto Jam is Premier motorcycle races, vendors, awards, music and camping in the gorgeous mountians of Cuddebackville, NY. October 8, Oakland Valley Speedway. 3 bikes make a class // $15 general admission // vendors & camping $20 // Racers $40 per class

- 8am gates open

- 9-11am registration

- 11am riders meeting then practice

- 12pm lets get racing

- 7pm awards

- 8pm Live bluegrass music by HawkOwls at bonfire

Visit the website for details and follow them on Instagram for updates.

Gypsy Run X coverage by Biltwell Inc.






Check out the first round of photos here.

Latest feature: Rusty





Rusty is a 1973 Shovel built by 33 member Chris Hench for the Greasy Dozen Collective. Article and photographs by Ryan Loughridge. Full feature here.

Thanks, Jeff!


The
Motorcycle Cannonball Run finished in Carlsbad, California yesterday after 120 riders started in Atlantic City, New Jersey on September 10th. The trek took a total of 3300 miles. Fellow contributor Jeff Lisowski sent in a few of his personal favorite photos from the day.

Denis Sharon's 1916 Harley-Davidson

Vern Acres' 1914 Henderson 4 cylinder

Overview of a Harley with extra gas and old school paper map system that the riders used.

Doug Feinsod's 1913 Thor.

See more of Jeff's images here.

Enter to win $100.00 gift card from Bison Motorsports


Our friends at Bison Motorsports would like to gift one member $100.00 credit to use on their website or when you visit their shop. Wanna win? Just comment Please and thank you once in this thread to enter. The winner will be announced on October 7, 2016.

Kindly give Bison Motorsports a follow on Facebook and Instagram for continuing to support our community!

Best of luck and thanks for being a member!
Lisa

This weekend - The War Run




We are proud to be supporting the War Run presented by 33 member BigScott666.

It's time my friends - 1st Annual WAR RUN - Oct 1st - ride will start from Rocky Mount NC to Fort Fisher then proceed on the ferry to Southport.  From there, to my shop "The Compound".  I'm putting this ride together to not only pay tribute to all of the men that lost their lives fighting for "the Fort" but to also bring my brothers together and ride choppers.
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Go to www.warrun.bigcartel.com to purchase the $20 chopper package which includes: t-shirt/shoprag/ferry ticket/raffle ticket.  All proceeds from the raffle tickets will go towards "Homes for Heroes" 
Don't miss out on these killer raffle prizes...we currently have several sponsors donating some rad stuff.. from swag, custom painted helmets/tanks, hand crafted artwork, and a couple tattoo gift certificates from two talented individuals. All packets will be picked up on Friday night or Saturday morning in Rocky Mount.  This will minimize anyone losing their tickets. 
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Everyone plan to meet in Rocky Mount either Friday night or Saturday morning. You can pile people in rooms at the Candlewood Hotel, then smash some early morning breakfast at the diner across the parking lot.  I'll give the safety brief with all details on the route @  9 am with kick stands up @ 10.
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Tent camping will be available at my shop Saturday night for anyone interested.  
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Big SHOUT OUT to my man Gorgeous George for his incredible talent in drawing up both the flyer and t-shirt design much appreciated brother!!! 
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For anyone interested in sponsoring the event..DM me for details. It's FREE!

Three reasons for coordinating this run:

1.  As a 24 year retired military veteran, I wanted to select a "military theme" name for the run - and designate a battle site for the ride - so Fort Fisher was selected which is located on Kure Beach, NC. 

2.  I also wanted to select an organization that helps wounded military veterans, so I selected  "Homes for Heroes"

3.  Lastly, I simply wanted to to bring my "brothers" together and ride on the open road.  A lot  of my close friends are very busy with family and jobs...so I kinda wanted this to "force" them away.  We all need this therapy, I just like it with my friends because this quality time it's so rare.


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