1976 SHOVELHEAD CHOPPER FROM PHILADELPHIA
"The only reason we came about this project is because I was cast for a small role in a new Apple TV series, where I ended up meeting the previous owner of the original basket-case bike."...
HE BUILT THIS 1997 SPORTSTER CHOPPER IN HIS BEDROOM
Meet Devin C Millett from Eden Prairie, Minnesota. He shared with us the journey of building his 1997 XLH 1200 custom Hardtail Sportster chopper...
1979 SHOVELHEAD HARDTAIL CHOPPER BY RYAN ZAHACY
Ryan Zahacy resides in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Robert built this 1979 Superglide Chopper out of his garage during the evenings and weekends, only taking him 10 months...
DUFFY METALWORKS BUILT 1997 SPORTSTER CHOPPER
Paul Duffy Resides in Pine Beach, New Jersey. Pauls Makes his living as a Navy Welder on base, but started Duffy Metal Works to pump out some side work, which includes this properly proportioned Sportster...
MITCH'S 2000 SPORTSTER CHOPPER XL1200
Mitch G. of Auburn, Washington used the Throttle Addiction Deluxe Sportster Hardtail kit to transform his 2000 Sportster XL1200 in the ridiculously clean chopper you see here...
Zach Boxx's 1989 Sportster Chopper
"When I was a junior in high school I decided I needed to build a chopper. The problem was, I had no idea what I was doing, I didn't come from motorcycle blood lines and I had zero experience with no connections"...
JOE'S HARDTAIL SPORTSTER TRACKER
Joe Nagler purchased this 2000 Sportster 1200 S and rode it around for over a year in its stock condition. After a malfunctioning petcock and open float bowl filled his motor with gas, he decided it was time to take the motor down and freshen it up...
FRANKENKNUCKLE 1947 KNUCKLEHEAD CHOPPER BY THROTTLE ADDICTION
If you're a Knucklehead purist and matching numbers take you from 6 to midnight, you can promptly move along. Back in the day, no one gave a shit about what the VIN said. Choppers were pieced together from this or that, and the weirder the better...
Buell Ironhead Tracker
HALF BUELL HALF IRONHEAD CHOPPER BUILT BY THE HAIFLEY BROS
Doug and Kelley Haifley of Haifley Bros (they're actual brothers, not just bros) have built some pretty great motorcycles over the past few years. So when Kelly decided to adopt an abandoned customer build for himself, you can bet shit's about to get real!