One of our earliest
choppers! The handmade springer front-end and flipped-over
handlebars were the
beginning of a career (and a passion for anything chopped).
In the early days, my bedroom had many uses from paint
drying booth (parts next to the radiator dried quickly) to early
stage assembly. Here Chris is learning
from his dad how to run the wiring inside the frame.
When things got too much for the bedroom the projects began
to make their way to the basement.
Dad is showing Chris the right way to assemble a righteous
rigid, mounting and aligning the
An early project in primer. Growing up in around motorcycles and hot-rods gave
Chris an understanding of why people rode, what they wanted, and
how they built those wild machines.
Chris began his career by working alongside his
father helping him with his bike. The back yard has always
had some real treasures.
While still in high school, I was building choppers for guys
all over town.
Dad has been an inspiration, teacher, and promoter for many
years. Thanks Dad!
Another early project almost ready for the engine &
My high school project. Many parts were hand fabricated,
just like the "old days". Pretty cool huh?
Choppers and Street Rods.... It doesn't get any better than
It wasn't long before we started to take trophies every time
we brought some of our bikes to a show or a meet.