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Since becoming a contributor for ChopCult, a number of bikes that I wanted to feature instantly came to mind. Those that I have pursued have been totally down to doing it. But sometimes the timing and the distance just doesnâ€™t line up and ends up being pushed for when itâ€™s most feasible. When I asked Dusty Ciborosky about shooting his bike, he shuffled his plans to make it happen. In fact, he even scouted the most perfect location for the shoot one evening leading up to the weekend.
Aidan Jack Seeger is the son of Bobby and Elisa Seeger of Indian Larry Motorcycles. Aidan was diagnosed with ALD in 2011 at just six years old. He lost his battle with the disease in 2012. Had he been diagnosed at birth, he could of lived a full life. The Aidan Jack Seeger Foundation was established in honor to help families of children newly diagnosed with ALD, raise awareness of the disease and press legislators to pass laws requiring newborn screening. This ride will help the Foundation continue its fight for national newborn screening and help families with children that have ALD. Join the fight by riding with Bobby and Elisa from Indian Larry Motorcycles in Brooklyn to The Maples. Tickets can be purchased; $25.00 for a ride and 40 with passenger on their website, Please use the code "Aidan's Ride" for Free Shipping on tickets! Day -of -Ride tickets are available as well. If you can't make it but want to contribute to the cause, buy a Aidan Has A Possee t-shirt, patch or bracelet and help a child in need. Thanks, Lisa
Due to the recent rainfall, the Ardmore Dragway is flooded, and it doesn't look like it will be dry enough for Just Kickers. We want you all to have a good time so we have decided to postpone Just Kickers to Âearly October of 2015. As soon as we have a date we will let you know. Help us spread the word. Thanks, Kirk. http://justkickers.blogspot.com/
Overview: EXFIL is military parlance for "exfilltrate," which means, "Get the hell out of there as fast and organized as possible." EXFIL-7 is the first component in our rugged, function-forward line of collapsible transport and storage gear for action-oriented motorcycle enthusiasts. Unlike model-specific luggage for adventure bikes or the wild west-themed satchels popular with retro chopperheads, the Biltwell EXFIL-7 combines modern materials and construction with military-tested retention and expansion technology to create luggage that works even tougher than it looks. The "7" in this bag's name refers to the number of 12-oz. beer cans that can be stored and transported in its padded main compartment. Other Biltwell EXFIL bags will utilize this naming convention to help riders calculate the volume of equipment every bag will carry.
Construction: Coated weather-resistant nylon pack cloth exterior with heavy-duty polyester thread at all joints and seams. One-inch-wide nylon modified MOLLE system on perimeter panels and back for strap placement, custom tie-down locations and multi-purpose mounting. One main and two pocket compartments with YKK nylon zippers. Cast alloy zipper pulls with polyester knotted rope extenders for easy operation with gloves. Double-thick exterior walls and lid construction with internal padding for protection and durability. Antique brass drain grommets on floor panel for moisture evacuation. 1.25-inch-wide sinch straps with heavy-duty nylon quick-release buckles help secure load after packing to reduce movement and rattling. Mil-spec orange interior panels on main and secondary compartments for enhanced materiel search and recovery inside the bag.
â€¢Main: 11" wide x 5.75" deep x 4.75" wide
â€¢Large pocket: 9.75" wide x 5.75" deep with 8.0" opening
â€¢Small pocket: 5.75" wide x 4.25" deep with 4.5" opening
Fitment: Like other DIY parts and accessories in our line, the EXFIL-7 is customizable for different applications and mounting locations. On our personal bikes we've mounted heavily laden EXFIL-7 bags on the frame's down tubes, above the headlight on tall and mid-sized handlebars, and of course on both sides of our sissy bar (in front of the taillight and behind the rider's lower back.) EXFIL-7's MOLLE strap configuration and four reinforced leather straps with nickel-plated buckles easily facilitates this wide range of mounting options.
Sat. June, 6th #33member Old Shit Rules presents a night of vintage motorcycles and choppers at the famous St. Elmo Bar in historic Bisbee, AZ. Prizes including Biltwell helmets and more will be awarded to top chopper, vintage, peoples choice and more. Tons of goodies donated by our gracious sponsors will be raffled and given away, with live music throughout the night. Bisbee offers plenty of eats, drinks, hotels and culture so plan on staying the night. Also, a down to earth after party and campout will be held in nearby Naco, AZ. Festivities start at 6 PM. come early and stay late.
ChopCult member Allen and CRFyou have the main moderators for three years, and Saltytonk has recently joined the team. They've been the ones keeping the forums tidy, respectful and "dick free". The site's overall comments have been positive, which I really appreciate. Nothing's worst that somebody putting themselves out there, only to be ridiculed publicly.
Over the past year, the moderators have taken on the classified section, which is a full time job in itself. We have noticed a rise on complaints in the classified section, which will not be tolerated. If you have an issue with a fellow member, please try to resolve it through private messages first. If you don't get a response, add your beef to the ever popular Shit List. Allen has recently upgraded the Site Rules & User Tips Got a Problem? Q/A's Forums & CLASSIFIEDS thread (5/14/15)
Q: Is there a Classified(s) Moderator?
* YES. We now "administrate" the classifieds. That doesn't mean we run a "resolution" service, we do NOT. But we can now block users who violate the rules of posting or content within the classifieds. The classified section is NOT the shit list. Do not list complaints under a classified. That can get you BLOCKED from posting new classifieds. And, let's say, you don't care about not posting more than THREE CLASSIFIEDS IN A DAY, and you post SIX because that's what YOU want to do. That can and should get you blocked from posting new classifieds. We don't even send out "warning slips" because we're all adults here and we understand how the rules work.
and let me say it one more time; NEVER SEND MONEY AS A GIFT. YOU CAN AND WILL EVENTUALLY LOSE IT and there's NOTHING we at Chop Cult can do other than tell you "WE TOLD YOU SO." Simple? One would think.
Please PM Allen with any classifieds issues or concerns, he's the point of contact, not me.
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