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Articles for Cruiser Custom Builder
Forged Crank Boss Hoss Blower Bike
Friday, April 1, 2005
There are many people who believe that there is no replacement for displacement. Then there are those that feel NOS is the only way to go. What about superchargers though? Then there are those who choose all of the above.
Custom Builder Sansone
Tuesday, October 5, 2004
There are many reasons motorcycle mechanics, designers get into building custom choppers. For many, they simply have a design in their head and after years of biking experience, whether it be working on the machines or just riding them, these mechanically inclined entrepreneurs decide it's about time to build their dream bike.
Custom Builder EZ Customs
Saturday, July 24, 2004
Hundreds of miles from where he grew up in Vellejo Calif., James Epperson is putting his 20 years of motorcycle building experience to use as he introduces himself to the custom chopper world under the EZ Customs moniker.
Custom Builder Desperado Motorcycles
Friday, June 18, 2004
Jeff Nicklus has been building motorcycles since he was 15 years old, but none have meant more to him than the custom he completed in April 2004.
Custom Builder Strokers Dallas Customs
Friday, May 21, 2004
In a perfect world a biker would be able to buy a custom chopper and immediately show it off to all of his friends down at the local bar and grill right next door, have a burger and a beer, and never have to take his eyes off of his prized motorcycles.
Custom Builder Big Dog Motorcycles
Wednesday, May 12, 2004
On the eve of its 10th Anniversary, and with their 10,000th bike having just left the factory, Big Dog Motorcycles has established itself as the largest specialty motorcycle manufacturer in the country.
Custom Builder Broward Motorsports
Tuesday, May 4, 2004
Sure, it's nice to see radical American V-Twins being created from scratch, but some of the sweetest choppers on the road started off as run-of-the-mill metric cruisers.
Custom Builder Ironworks Motorcycle Co
Friday, April 9, 2004
There have always been differences between production bikes and custom choppers. One difference being the price and another being that most production bikes look like…well, production bikes.
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