March 8, 2013

A look at Turner’s Cycle Shop

Ol’ Skool builder, Wendell Turner, has been choppin’ n’ bobbin’ old Harleys since the late 70’s and has kicked out some of the most period-correct to radical-style motorcycles in the industry.

March 4, 2013


between Chop-In Block members. Paint by Chop Docs and artwork by John Harrow Pinstripes & Airbrushing.

If you're in Daytona during Bike Week, stop by the Chop-In Block at the Broken Spoke and see the detail for yourself.

March 3, 2013

Here's your chance…

to get your bike featured in one of 15 national motorcycle magazines! Pre-register by emailing

February 6, 2013

A look at DeVille Cycles

Choppin’ Bobbin’ Roddin’ Rakin’ & Flakin’ since ’77.

DeVille Cycles is located in Pennsylvania, north of Philly, just west of New York City. Their focus is on two areas of expertise, that sometimes overlap… custom motorcycle parts and vintage motorcycle restorations.

Daytona... it's on!

Mark your calendars... Daytona BikeWeek is coming up fast!

February 4, 2013

A look at Texas Bike Works

As a second generation bike builder, Jason Ferguson caught the bug at an early age. Before his parents divorced, he grew up around dirty old bikers going to bike shows and rallies.

February 3, 2013

A look at Justified Defiance

Justified Defiance has been building hardcore bar hoppers and hot rods for many years and we are known for our "No Nonsense" approach with our builds.

January 31, 2013

A look at Strong Arm Customs

Brian Hinkins of Flint Michigan, is the owner and fabricator of Strong Arm Customs that has been building custom cycles since 2006.

December 8, 2012

A look at Steelborn Choppers

Steelborn Choppers is a true NYC old school custom hot rod build shop, but with a new approach.

November 18, 2012

A look at Chop Docs Choppers

Chop Doc has been kicking out killer old skool chops from his shop in the Motor City since 2003. Chop Doc's specializes in custom paint and complete customizing.

October 30, 2012

A look at John Harrow Airbrushing & Pinstripes

For many Detroit area motorcyclists the initials JH on their bikes and equipment represents their commitment to wanting only the finest for themselves and their bikes.  The artist who belongs to those initials,