The 5th Annual David Mann Chopperfest



The Fifth Annual David Mann Chopper Fest will be held
Sunday, December 14, 2008, in Ventura, Calif. at
Seaside Park (Ventura County Fairgrounds).

Hours: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. General Admission for adults: $10; kids
12-and-under free; U.S. military with ID: $5.
The event will feature a very special David Mann art
exhibit with several of David’s original paintings on
display, compliments of Ron Siegel Fine Art. There
will be a custom bike builder display featuring World
Class Bike Builders, past attendees include Chica
Custom Cycles, Central Coast Cycles, Ventura
Motorworks, Mercury Customs, Exile Cycles, Insane
Custom Cycles, Custom Design Studios, Kiwi Indian,
Trollworx Choppers, LA Chop Rods, Ultra Violence, the
Bobber Shop and many more.
There will be hundreds of motorcycle/culture vendors
as well as an all-brand motorcycle new-and-used parts
swap meet. Live rock and blues bands will be playing
all day. The "If you build it they will come,"
All-Brand Motorcycle Show will feature more than 12
classes of bikes, from Old-School Scooters to Twin Cam
classes. Check the Web site for details on classes and
entering your motorcycle. If you have a bike that fits
one of these classes please enter it. The $30 bike
show entry gets you two passes and an event T-shirt.
The show trophies are amazing one-of-a-kind art
pieces. A portion of the proceeds will go to the David
Mann Memorial Fund. Check out last month’s Easyriders
magazine for the story on last year’s event and see
all the great pictures taken of the show, builders,
trophies, art and people. It’s gonna be a fun-filled
day for the family with all sorts of cool stuff on two
wheels. We hope to see you there! For information on
being a vendor, sponsor, entering the bike show or
general info, check the Web site:
<> . To reach Tory by
phone, call: (805) 217-2113, or e-mail him at:
We are grateful to our sponsors, volunteers, friends,
and family who make Chopper Fest happen and help to
keep the spirit of David Mann alive. Thanks for your
support. Please help spread the word, pass this on to
all friends of choppers, art and the biker lifestyle!

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