Retro Chopper Style

The 1960s and 1970s marked a pivotal period in motorcycle history, particularly for aficionados of the chopper style. This era wasn’t just about the practicality of riding; it was an age where aesthetics and personal expression took center stage, embodied by the rise of a vibrant motorcycle culture. The chopper, with its unique design featuring extended front forks, a lowered rear suspension, and a commanding presence, emerged as the emblem of this movement. It represented more than a mode of transport; it was an art form, a means of self-expression, and a symbol of a counterculture that was rapidly gaining momentum… read more >

Chopper Corner 1968 Vintage Men’s T-Shirt

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Come Again, Mate?

This shot of Russell Mitchell of Exile Cycles fame having a little fun, and a simultaneous run-in with the cops, during Daytona Bike Week 2007.

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