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CHOPPER JACK GOT A JOB

A New Breed of Biker Emerged

By Sam Burns with photos curated by Sam
A Sportster would bring a new brother into Jack's life. Bobby just traded a stock FL for a brand new XLCH, and he didn't waste much time making it his own. Jack helped him gather the parts he needed.
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Lil' Ruby: Another addition for The Chopper Saga

The Chopper Saga continues

by Johnny White
Lil’ Ruby started life as a 2002 Sportster that my son-in-law bought in 2015. He bought the bike from another young man who needed cash more than he needed a Sporty, and my SIL had cash in hand. He rode it home to his mother’s house and estimated he had the motor out of the frame less than 2 hours later.
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WHY WE CHOP SERIES: Chapter 3

Jack and his Panhead

By Sam Burns with images from Sam Burns
Even with the idea of getting a better job following a couple of years of Industrial Arts training, he remained pissed off about not having any real say in his immediate future. He was a hot-headed kid with an ax to grind.
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WHY WE CHOP SERIES, Chapter 2

Chopper Mick

By Bandit with photos from Sam Burns
Or as my Son just said, "Fuck stock!" We've started a series of articles about what drives a man to turn his perfectly good stock bike into a wild night crawling form of art. Hang on!
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CHOPPER CHARLIE: Why We Chop Chapter 1

Why would Anyone Chop or Bob a perfectly good Stock Bike?

By Bandit with photos from Sam Burns
Johnny White and I have been discussing the significance of choppers, not just for the motorcycle industry but for men and women. What’s it means to build a chopper? How does it fit in the Zen of things? Why would anyone take a perfectly good, running stock motorcycle and bob or chop it?
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Rode Alone

Bandit Meets His Fate in Baker, California

By K. Randall "Bandit" Ball with images from Sam Burns
Maybe it had to do with motorcycles and how they made him feel. His chopper and a 4-inch barrel J.D. Crow engraved Colt Government Model pistol were all he needed, with his Ariat boots and his Buck pocket knife.
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CHOPPER CHRONICLES Episode 1

The Sundance Meeting

by K.Randall Ball with illustrations by Atomic Bob and images from Sam Burns
Three brothers rode into Sundance, Wyoming on their way to Sturgis in late July, hell bent to make their 20th run to the Badlands. The small town, population just over a grand, was a mere 52 flying miles from the Rally.
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One Too-Many Aces in the Badlands

The Brothers and girls Ride Out for a High-Stakes Poker Game

By Gearhead with help from Bandit
The story starts with Bandit telling me about a big card game in the Badlands of South Dakota. We were drinking one night down the street from the Cantina getting about half lit.
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