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Born Free-Winning Custom Chopper

This chopper was hand-built by Christian Newman of CT Newman Engineering.

1942 Harley-Davidson FL Knucklehead

This classic ride has a special family history.

Ride of the Week, Harley-Davidson FL Knucklehead
1950 Harley-Davidson Panhead Custom

Hey Dad, can I chop up the chopper?

Gas Monkey Garage’s Custom Polaris Slingshot

The team calls it the Urban Assault Slingshot.

Custom Harley-Davidson Softail Night Train

Artistic freedom allows one bike builder to soar.

2007 Lakewood Special

You rarely find off-the-shelf, bolt-on parts on Hank Young’s bikes, as he prefers to shape, cut and weld by hand.

Shadow Six Racing’s Typhoon AUV

Part Polaris RZR UTV and part Yamaha WaveRunner.

1973 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead

The custom engine and paint job make this bike a head-turner.

2008 Ducati Desmosedici

Number 171 of a total of 1,500 Ducati Desmosedici RR race bikes ever made.

First Ever Ossa Yankee Chopper

Jeff Gasier didn’t have to desecrate a bike to build this sweet-looking chopper. He built it around an Ossa Yankee motor, the seat and the neck, while also incorporating three different genres of motorcycles. The result is the first Yankee Chopper ever built and it’s our Ride of the Week brought to you by CanDo

Donzzilla’s Pie Wagon Chopper

We came across Don Miller, aka Donzzilla, of Metro Racing during the 2021 Fuel Cleveland event. Just one glance at his custom chopper named the Pie Wagon simply wasn’t enough. We had to know more and it’s our Ride of the Week brought to you by CanDo International.

Harley-Davidson Road King Build

Check out this 2007 Road King featuring a rebuilt Harley-Davidson Twin Cam 107 cid engine.

2007 Road King