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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Automatic, Feb 6, 2009.
That's pretty cool! Any history?
None I can talk about. someone here has a bunch of really cool choppers from the seventies/eighties, and rents them out for shows. I was lucky enough to be allowed access one day to the unnamed warehouse, and WoW! there were a lot of really fucking cool bikes and trikes there.
Many that y'all have seen in photo shoots, and PR campaigns, and many that are famous in their own right.
I think i'll slowly start reposting the pics I took. Lighting was terrible, framing the bikes was difficult, due to how closely they're packed together.
here's one from the 'will harley survive' thread today.
Some detail shots of the same bike I posted previously...
Satyricon is its name.
From the 2021 One Moto Show
Do you even Chop?
Now that is just way way cool!
Saw this one tonight in Cedar Falls , Iowa at a bike night . Talked to the owner for a bit . He taught himself to weld about 4 years ago . He has built 4 choppers . Very enthusiastic guy .
a work acquaintance, named Bear - he just passed away last month.
check out the babe!
yup. early X Files.
Bear was a driver. iirc - he dragged her star trailer around town.
She was an absolute sweetheart - couldn't say a bad thing about her.
fwiw: i was on set for the infamous Peacock episode.
That's very cool! I'm a big fan and I saved that pic for the desktop.
Thanks for posting it!
The truth is out there
Front wheel needs to be more so on a proper chopper.