Jeff Miller, founder and owner of Stoney Creek Choppers, talking about what it loves most: choppers and bobbers! The video also has promotional purpose as there will be a second location opened in Dundas, Ontario. Not expensive at all and offering the same unique feel, Stoney Creek Choppers are quite the alternative for those who would normally not afford such a thing.
If you’re planning to do an outrageous burnout, I suggest that you take notes. An inflammable spray (they are all easily inflammable anyway) would do the trick on an already hot rubber which doesn’t stop spinning until the canister is over. Just for the hell of it, it is also recommended to through the exhaust pipes out of the scene and make atmosphere with the decibels. I almost forgot…always use fender-less chopper. This guy seems to have everything sorted out already. Check it out!
Chopper Computers which are based in Colorado have found the ideal way to sell their products to people who are passionate about motorcycle and not only.
They modified the computer case so that it would look like the main part of a chopper only that the V-twin engine is replaced with Dual Core AMD Athlon X2 4800+ Processor, Dual Channel 2GB DDR 500 PC4000 memory with Thermaltake Blue Heatsinks, Dual XFX Nvidia 7800GT Video Cards in SLI Mode and many more.
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It seems that the look of a chopper inspires artists to create useful daily objects that remind a rider of its passion even when….it slices a pizza. Or should I say rides on a pizza? Let’s not exaggerate here!
Frankie Flood is an innovative artist with a taste for amazing thinks so as a source of inspiration for the design of simple Pizza-Cutters it choose choppers, going as far as it could imagine and designing these small Chopper-Inspired Pizza-Cutters which depending on (...) > Full story
The creative drive behind Metropolitan Choppers and the talent from the Sirens of TI will be available on December 30th at the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino to sign an array of merchandise to commemorate the Sirens motorcycle created and designed by Metropolitan Choppers. This custom design is the lead showcase in a five-bike display on the TI showroom floor, attracting viewers day after day to marvel at the intricate and detailed craftsmanship.
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Kimi Raïkkönen, the 2007 Formula 1 World Champion, has recently received a tribute: a custom built chopper specially prepared for him.
This extravagant chopper, which bears the nickname of the new F1 World Champion, Iceman II, is built from a Harley-Davidson and by a German firm: Walz Hardcore Chopper. The bike has a 120 Hp engine and carbon fiber bodywork painted red Ferrari.
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Rucker Performance is modifying their custom bike line with the redesigned 2008 Copperhead. Priced at just $19,999 MSRP, the Copperhead will provide the opportunity for bike enthusiasts to enjoy a top quality custom motorcycle at an affordable price. The Copperhead model is a fresh concept in the consumer world giving the user an opportunity to own a pro-street style chopper with numerous options that can be added to the motorcycle including custom paint, multiple seat options, and chrome (...) > Full story
Famous GEICO Motorcycle personality "Big Rick" Hoffman of Logic Motors has created an exclusive GEICO CHOPPER for auction in support of Bikers for Tykes.
GEICO Motorcycle joined together with PNC Bank and Price Waterhouse Coopers in 2006 to bring the metropolitan DC community a unique family event, Bikers for Tykes. The event was held on the GEICO campus in Chevy Chase and has become an annual fundraiser for local charities. This year, Bikers for Tykes will be hosted in 3 (...) > Full story
When people get bored of V-twins but they still like the old school style they end up creating unique motorcycles with unheard off features. The old Harley doesn’t keep up with your riding style and your wife’s Alfa Romeo sounds a little too sporty for shopping so you come with the idea: a Kraftech frame (Harley) fitted with a 2.5V Alfa Romeo engine. These two features are a good starting point but check out the pictures and try to imagine if the work finished there. It (...) > Full story