John Tubbs' Panhead


When we visited the proprietor of the haberdashery called Dixie in Long Beach last week, its proprietor John Tubbs tooled up on this sweet panhead. Mike Olson and John built this bike last year, and it's a fixture on curbs in front of cool-guy chopper hoedowns all over SoCal.





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Commented on 3-7-2012 At 09:26 am

Niiiiiiiiiiccccccccceeeeeeee! So clean!

Commented on 3-7-2012 At 10:37 am

Ah, I remember this one from the feature in Street Chopper back about a year or so ago. Good stuff. Clean and timeless.

Commented on 3-7-2012 At 10:38 am

Dig this bike! Very cool.

Commented on 3-7-2012 At 10:59 am

Just curious, but is that bandana supposed to be a poor mans fork stabilizer?

Commented on 3-7-2012 At 11:18 am

The bandana acts as a break for water coming off the front tire. AKA, poor man's front fender.

Commented on 3-7-2012 At 01:05 pm

hell ya thats gnarly

Commented on 3-7-2012 At 01:10 pm

Very nice pan! I'm gonna do the bandana thing for any unforseen puddle I'll face in the future. Been flicked with water too many times.

Commented on 3-7-2012 At 11:42 pm

Perfect pan !

Commented on 3-8-2012 At 09:08 am

What a rad bike!

I would love to ride mandem on the back seat.

Commented on 3-8-2012 At 05:13 pm

Sweet Pan!! Dig what he did with the rear banana caliper. Can't quite figure out how he made it work.

Commented on 3-8-2012 At 05:24 pm

Pretty rad

Commented on 3-8-2012 At 07:36 pm

Mike makes some good Junk.

Commented on 3-9-2012 At 07:13 am

what a proper chopper! love how the paint at the seat is done...really cool.

Commented on 3-9-2012 At 04:04 pm

that dudes a homo. all people from alabama are.

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