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Chopped Out

We make high-quality mens & womens '60s & '70s style chopper shirts one at a time. Each brand, FMAChopped Out and Knees In The Breeze are printed by hand, by us, for you.
We build and ride our own vintage bikes, like many of you, and these shirts our an extension of this passion.

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May the Force be with You

Caught the late showing of the new Star Wars film last night with some of my amigos.  Episode VII delivered just about all you could want from a continuation of the Star Wars line and makes one easily forget about those new ones that wait, what was I talking about?  Oh yeah, this was great.

Party tonite!


RIP PIZZ memorial services


Pizz and I go way back.  He took me under his wing and showed me the ropes of this kustom kulture world 16 years ago.  Needless to say I was very stoked to have Pizz do artwork for our business-making me into an Ed Roth monster on my bike and adapting his version of FMA into our main logo.  (In case you never got the joke, it was just AMF backwards-hahah).  The Pizz has left this world, and taken some color with him.  This Saturday there will be sevaral memorials for the lord of Lowbrow.
more info here
see you there


Hot Rod Custom Show 2015

After 7 years of attending the HRCS, it doesnt get old, it just gets better!!!  It is great to see all my friends going with their Born-Free bikes!  Can't wait, but it'll be here before you know it!!!!!!!!!!!

more film

From Mama Tried 2015, follow the show on Instagram HERE
shot on 800 ISO Fuji with an Olympus OM-2










may the 4th be with you

here are some older shots from the amazing Star Wars exhibit from 2013 at the
Cult of Saturn Cube, I mean discovery Science Center in Santa Ana.
Excuse the poor quality of my old iphone.  
This was a very exciting day, Just to see all the props in real life, such a treat.  I built most of the models and had the toys but the details in the actual pieces was incredible.  My young naivete in the 80's allowed me to think that all the spaceships and the walkers were real working machines.  HAHA but i guess that a testament to how well these were made and without cgi.











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