Post & Images by Jack McIntyreCheck it out, the RATS HOLE continues to be the show of shows. Lots of great bikes, enjoy the images. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE IMAGES
Chopper Dave was at it again, Shooting the Full Throttle Biker Buildoff for you all to enjoy. CLICK HERE to see of his images from this event. Also, stay tuned for Daytona Bikeweek in just a few short weeks.
If you have a chance, bounce over to IRON TRADER NEWS to check out their BAGGER PROJECT. It’s simply cool when you can take an old bike & bring it back to life using parts that are available to everyone from those in the industry.
Photos by Chopper Dave: Here’s a sample of the images from Daytona Bikeweek taken by our very own Chopper Dave. He’s the conductor of his own crazy orchestra in Florida arranging a melody of shoots all over the island, all day long, every day. Get to get full look at his work, go to our members site in the BIKERNET CANTINA.
Now this is a project that we all can sink our teeth into. We took my 2004 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic and basically turned it into a Continue reading The IRON TRADER NEWS Bagger Project, 99.99% Finished
More for our viewers to glance over… Photographer Chopper Dave presents Bikeweek by the day for everyone to enjoy. Keep coming Continue reading SATURDAY HEATS UP IN DAYTONA, THE PARTY OF PARTIES
Another great gallery from Photographer Chopper Dave reminding us that the sun is calling our names. This is just a taste of what he’s Continue reading DAYTONA BIKEWEEK 2018 FIRST FRIDAY IMAGES
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2018 BIKEWEEK is in motion. The weather is stunning, and in come Continue reading AND SO DAYTONA BIKEWEEK BEGINS THE SET UP
Have an old Sportster laying around? Well this is a perfect example of what you can do with it. At Johnny Mac’s Chopper House, they take the ordinary and turn it into a show winning, head turning, stunning motorcycle, and for much less cash than you would ever expect. SEE MORE HERE https://www.facebook.com/john.marcella.14
Need ideas as to what to do with your old H-D Sportster? Check our what they do at Johnny Mac’s Chopper House in Philadelphia. Depending on your dreams, for $13 to $17K, you can have a total custom conversion as seen below. So, you’re bike can go from this