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2005 Myrtle Beach Bike Week Photo Gallery
Each mid-May, Myrtle Beach is awash in an ocean of bikes.
Bikes, trikes, and all the likes, yet the Myrtle Beach Bike Week is not Daytona de je vu. Bike Week at Myrtle Beach is a totally different dog. Check out the full report in our
2005 Myrtle Beach Recap
Screw the beach, too many rules.
Even old metric pseudo-cruisers have gotten in on the custom chopper craze.
The year's Bike Week at MB featured custom chopper builders from everywhere. Big Daddy was a stand out with it's creative neo-old-school style.
Dig the tractor flaps. The dice are cubes impaled by the frame.
Hardtails for ever.
Adding high-class to this model's ploy was a man with a can begging for donations from anyone taking a picture of her. So we took a picture of the guy who was having his picture taken with her.
A sweet, tricked-out Yamaha Warrior. A cruiser with an aluminum frame is not a bad place to start.
There were bikes at Myrtle Beach, even though there wasn't a sun on the closing weekend and it was unwarm, after a week of perfect cruising weather.
Wicked Choppers, an MB based shop, displayed its take on chopperdom.
Roland Sands had a few of his eclectic creations on display. Expect to see a feature here on this one very soon.
Some bikes just make guys wonder... about things like kidney failure and hernias.
It doesn't say 'bikes only,' it says 'bikers only.' A message too subtle.
What are you looking at?
A very hard tail, indeed. Too many bikes to remember if this one belongs to S&S.
Choppers were everywhere, not just on display by companies.
$35,000 chopper, $25 helmet. Politics, eh?
Voted most likely to maim its owner.
Step right up, get your choppers, show specials.
This is the one bike I should have paid more attention to who made it. Nice job, nice details.
Sure the shift lever reminds me of my Wheel Horse lawn tractor, but it's got a nicer finish.
Dad likes it, mom don't.
I don't know why I took this picture. I don't know why I didn't delete it.
Yup, An OCC theme bike. This one in honor of the firemen lost on 9/11.
After recuperating from his gun shot wounds, Captain America bought a small house in South Carolina where he fund work at the local furniture factory and married Jenny Sue.
All three of the OCC trailers were mobbed. The Paulie boys are stars.
One of he very coolest bikes at the beach; clean, simple, sweet, and unique.
The full-on car chain is actually the key chain. Its wear marks into the tank are the marks of smart style. If you know who's bike this is please contact us.
Try as they might, sportbikes can't hide in a field of cruisers.
There's nothing to say. This is what Bike Weeks now look like.
SBC Choppers showed there stuff, such as this Joker.
Which makes us have to ask, why not a royal flush?
The SBC Joker.
SBC's idea of a 280 chopper.
On this hardtail, 280 chopper, that rod near the front of the fender is rumored to be a passenger peg.
The Iron Cross, quietly. Those Nazis sure had a sense of fashion, huh.
Welcome to South Carolina.
We know why this man is smiling. Russell of Speedvision's Build or Bust fame.
And if you've never seen his choppers, these are the kinds of things Russell builds. No flash, no bright colors, no crap bolted on for kicks, and barely anything shiny in sight. Just smart, balanced, provocative designs of a distinctive eye.
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