"Hey guys, putting together a Summer Nights event with our buddies from Ironfire Brewing in Temecula. We’re gonna have some food, some tunes and we’d like YOU to bring your family/loved ones out to eat, shoot the shit and show off yer bikes/cars. We’re not hosting any vendors at this event on August 6th (saving that for the Fall), just wanted an excuse to see friends and hang with the kids while we look at whips and motorcycles. Take note of the brewery location, it’s NOT their venue in Old Town Temecula. Follow Cash and Carry Makers Market on Instagram to never miss out on the fun!" - Cash and Carry Makers Market
In the sprint of all things custom...muscle cars to choppers, and everything in between! The REUNION welcomes 1980 and older classics! Check out the Reunion Classic Car and Motorcycle Show's website to get involved and give us a follow on Facebook and Instagram.
Maiden Moto Art Show is an all women’s motorcycle and art show created to give female artists and motorcycle builders the credit and exposure they deserve, both at women’s only events AND at big rallies. Click here to read Savannah's moto story.
I receive numerous emails and DMs asking how they can support ChopCult. The answer is easy, check out our store and marketplace. Each outlet helps keep chopcult.com moving forward.
Please note: Most of our gear is print to ship so allow a few days before it's sent your way. Once you get your fancy gear share it and tag @chopcult for the chance to be featured. As always, thank you for your endless support! Peace - Lisa
This bike was originally built by an outstanding group including Mondo Porras of Denver's Choppers, Steve Massicotte and Kyle Brewer of Paughco, Panhead Billy at B&B Racing and, Dennis SanFelipo with many others contributing along the way. Originally this bike was meant to be part of the legend of the most perfect chopper ever built. After Charlie's premier motion picture effort in “Rebels On The Highway,” creator Brechtel set his sights on the second film derived from our culture titled “Rough Boys.” This time the storyline would reveal a host of clues throughout the film that would lead moviegoers on a scavenger hunt that would see one lucky winner end up with the Golden Pan and $10,000 cash. Some swore they had seen it; others doubted it existed; however, in the quest for it, the very bike you see before you was built. Unfortunately before finishing the movie project, Charlie was tragically taken from this world.