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El Flaco

El Flaco

Article By Paul Wideman www.bareknucklechoppers.com Photos By: Sara Liberte  www.garagegirls.com I grew up reading car and bike mags, and I always envied those guys that got to do what they loved every day. As I was trudging through school, and eventually college, pointing towards an engineering career, all I could think of was cutting, grinding, […]

Steam Roller

Steam Roller

Article and Photos By: Chris Callen This bike may look a little familiar to you, either from the BMR this year, where it was the hands down favorite, or from the last time that it was in Cycle Source Magazine’s April 2009 issue. Back then it was simply titled, “Buttas’ XL,” and as it sat, […]

Aidan Has A Posse In Sturgis, SD

Sending Love Out To Our Little Buddy!

Burn It Down

Burn It Down

  Article And Photos By: Alex Scott Melted tire stuck to burnt wheels, charred frontend stripped with rust, and a scolded engine detached and disassembled. There could be, perhaps, no other scene that Doug Balko could stumble upon that would better inspire a ground-up build on a half-century old bike. But, out of tragedy and […]

Adam’s Rail Job

Adam’s Rail Job

Article By: Chris Callen Photos By: Joann Bortels The sweet seventies styled chopper you see here was not only the “Best in Show” winner at BMR this year but happens to be owned by one of my good brothers, Adam Doyle. Adam is twenty-nine although most times he’s probably the most grownup one of the […]

Space Truckin’

Space Truckin’

Article and Photos by: Chris Callen Kendall Lutchman is someone that you might have started to hear more about lately. This young dude from the Chicago suburbs has been quietly going about the business of building some of the baddest shit out there. His signature Schwinn neck plates are a dead give-a-way that his hand […]

Jeff’s ‘58 Pan

Jeff’s ‘58 Pan

Article By: Paul Wideman www.bareknucklechoppers.com Photos By: Jeff Cochran www.speedkingphoto.com I guess I write from a little different perspective than most writers in the motorcycle publication biz for two reasons. The first being I have no real training and no journalistic background. The second is that I make my living in the business about which […]

Tangerine Dream

Tangerine Dream

Article By: Dudley Photos By: Chris Callen ithout question, each of us remembers our first bike. Whether it was a complete basket that left you stranded half the time, or maybe you were one of those fortunate enough to afford a strong runner. Either way, it was your first scoot, and if you’re like most, […]

Spic-N-Span Shovel

Spic-N-Span Shovel

Article By: Jeremiah Levendusky Photos By: Jeff Cochran www.speedkingphoto.com Perfection and precision are accomplished only by practice and persistence. Nothing or no one holds more true to that than my good buddies at Papa Clutch Customs. I have been lucky enough to witness another excellently executed build by these cats from Ainsworth, Iowa. I would […]

Kevin Does A Burnout On Kyle’s Bike

Kevin from Led Sleds shows Kyle from Shade Tree that a proper, multi gear burnout can in fact be done

Bike Week New Orleans 2010

Cycle Source Magazine and the Limpnickie Lot builders report from The Broken Spoke Saloon at New Orleans Bike Week 2010

Daytona Bike Week 2010

Cycle Source Magazine At Daytona Bike Week 2010

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