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This is the November Shot of the month winner for November The photo is of Tim Lowman “Shooting on the bike for the new Low Volts record cover” Photo taken by Ian Kasnoff
Kiwi Mike reporting in from the road. Made it to the top of Pikes Peak! Great ride man!
I am a huge fan of the mag and wanted to send a shot I took this last weekend of one of my buddies hittin the 880 freeway on Ramo in Oakland ca at about 70mph with a killer 30deg lean. Hopefully you guys dig it for the photo of the month contest. The rider […]
Here is the Shot of the Week winner. A little wind therapy sometimes we all need a little of it! Submitted by Frank Teran Sturgis 2010 on the way to Crazy Horse SugarBear in the lead. Living the Dream.
Just thought this was a pretty ingenious idea. Just might have to find one and put it to other uses! And if you get in a bind you can put it back in its normal use!
This sweet little pan built by Leonard Rickerman, won our best of show award at the Sturgis Nighttime Chopper Show at Easyrider Saloon. It took the Suckerpunch Sally roller, a Stage 5 Paint Set and a bag full of prizes from Spectro Oils and other sponsors. The cat was happy but not half as much […]
Passing through death valley heading for Daytona 2012. Sent in by: Jumpin Jim
Here is a cool shot of the week. This photo was taken by Darren while on the trip to Brooklyn. Then if you look you can see the top of Postale’s head peeking in the pic! This is the front of the Cycle Source Van.
So I’m in Daytona and I ask the Wonder Twins to come on a photo shoot with me to get Sean’s Panhead for the magazine. As we set up to take the standard bad ass and his sled shot, these two sneak in from the side, slipping off their trousers, laughing like idiots……. It was […]
When you hear the word chopper what comes to mind? Well did you know that long before the 70’s when the chopper scene really came alive people were building there own version of the chopper. As with just about anything people always have a need or want to make something there own. Here is just […]
The later it got at the Annual Bare Knuckle Choppers Holiday Party, the crazier shit started to get…….. But then everyone settled around a nice fire and had some good clean fun….. Hahahahaha!
We’re starting up the shot of the week section again and we want to see your stuff. Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org Anything you see that’s cool, bikes, rides, shops, send them in! I’m naming this shot from the Garage Builders issue fro mthe Busch Brothers Garage, as shot of the week this week.
Photo by Fred Mathews Fred Mathews was in the huge pack of bikes heading out of the Broken Spoke Campground for Chris’s fourth Cycle Source ride. The bikes went over the hill and were still coming out of the bar, what a awesome sight! Congrats to Chris on his success!
Photo from Justin Close
Anything is Negotiable!
I can’t find who sent it in, sorry , but if you can tell me it is yours, I will link you for sure. Thanks!
Photo by Court House Customs
Photo by Chris at Blue Collar Moto
Photo by Holly Anderson This shot is from the Born Free Bike Show that has been descibed by many as EPIC. Be sure to watch for a upcoming feature on the event in Cycle Source. Big thanks to Holly for covering it for us.
Read about this Triumph in this month’s issue of Cycle Source. We are looking for more images that we can use for the Shot of the Week. If you are interested on seeing your work here, send me a email,THANKS!
Photo by Court House Customs Are you in for the The Big Mountain Run? What are you waiting for? Sign up for the three days pass and receive a free event t-shirt
Photo by DJ Of Court House Customs
Slow day at the Long Beach Swap Meet, this dude got everything he needed. Thanks for stopping by the booth!
Photos by Chris Callen Here is the latest build from the guys in the Limpnickie Lot for Brian Lash, co-owner of the Broken Spoke Saloon. The bike is in this month’s issue of Cycle Source.
Photo by Jeff Cochran This is Greg’s Perfect Pan that graces the cover of Cycle Source this month. Thanks for the awesome shots Jeff!
photo by Colleen Swartz Sturgis is on my mind. This shot was done after the rains, Bear Butte is washed clean and the prairie comes to life.
Photo by Chris Callen Here is Mitch working at the Limpnickie Lot booth in Daytona.
Warren pulling into the Willie’s Tropical Tattoo Bike Show. Do you see me?
Photo by Wes D. Be sure to check out this feature in the March issue of Cycle Source.
Every one took home something from the Grand National Roadster Show. Way to go guys! I will put together a special post from the event and submit a feature for April’s Cycle Source.
Photo by Jeff Cochran I spoke to Jeff and he wants everybody to know that he is now running SOLO and is in his new shop thrashing . You can check out some of his latest personal builds at www.speedkingphoto.com Jeff’s latest shots with Trevelen are in this month’s issue of Cycle Source.
Photo by Josh Kurpius This a amazing shot of Bacon and his 1959 Chopper done by the one and only, Josh Kurpius. he bike was built thru the talents of Bacon and Warren Heir JR.You can catch the whole feature in the February issue of Cycle Source.
Photo by Chris Callen Be sure to check out Wayne Logan’s Deuce in this month Cycle Source.
Photo taken by Wes D. Be sure to catch the Big Ass Weekend feature in this months Cycle Source. We spent some quality time with Sugarbear and Fuji at Bear’s 70th party. Great people!
Photo taken by Eric Penrod This Sportster belongs to Lois Kajimura of After Hours Choppers that is featured in this month Cycle Source. Thanks for the awesome shots!
Photo by Wes D. This is Chicago Will’s bike which graces the cover on Cycle Source’s January issue. This bike rules! Thanks to Wes D. for some fantastic shots.
I love shops!
Shot was taken by Colleen Swartz
Photo By Colleen Swartz The legacy lives!
I love shops!
Photo by Colleen Swartz This is JR getting fancy at the Legend’s Gallery in Sturgis
Photo taken by Wes D. Yes that would be McGoo and Rico Fodrey at a recent Dice party
Another great shot from my friend, Colleen Swartz Tyler Fyre with the Lucky Daredevil thrill show at the Broken Spoke on the County Line . What you missed this too, well keep a eye out for the 70th Anniversary throw down, you won’t be disappointed!
Photo by Colleen Swartz Jeff Kissel from Independent Cycle East
Photo by Wes D. Heard some of you got your first snowfall, hopefully she can keep you warm.
Do you miss this? Wish you could go next year? Well keep a eye on the Big Mountain Run website as the plans are getting made and the dates will be announced soon. Thanks to every one that showed up for the first BMR, the second is guaranteed to rock!
Photo by Wes D.
This shot was taken at the Mooneyes Open House, by Wes D. You can more on the Mooneye’s event in this months issue of Cycle Source.