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Yea I said it…when a mans mind is let free to join with his spirit and his creativity he is able to accomplish his goals with ease. Holes line up, threads don’t strip, sheet metal bends like tin foil and brackets practically make themselves. What is difficult for one is easy for another, a couple of months ago someone offered to do what is easy for them and difficult for me. So now I can do what is easy for me. I have a manager now and it’s the best thing to happen since I bought my first tig welder. Guess what? I build motorcycles………….Yea I said it.
Happy holidays to everyone, here are some pics from this week. A bunch of bikes here after the show, kinda looks like a showroom. Thanks for looking, K
Wow another Chopperfest has come and gone, the years are flying by my friends. All the boys (and girls) were in town with their special brand of love and support, and their bikes. We got to do a little riding, wrenching, and bullshitting. We neeeeed to do MORE of that you guys. A big thanks to Tory and Gary for the best space a vendor could ask for. To everyone that stopped by, thank you for your kind words. I spend a lot of time building these dang bikes and words from friends and strangers mean a ton to me. I saw a bunch of picture taking all day, thank you to all the photogs., please spread the love.
I should be able to post some pics from the show real soon, til then here are some from the aftermath, I never have so much wrecking the shop as I do for Chopperfest week. K
You know under all that chunky aluminum stuff lives a pretty nice part. It’s up to me to find it. Here’s a few examples