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Article by Holly Anderson / Basket Case Magazine  The beginning of April marks the end of a wet winter and the unofficial start to event season here in NorCal. No better way to start than with a custom bike and van show located in in the small farming town of Lodi, California. Just a few shifts south of Sacramento, the good folks over at TRIco hosted the First Annual Locked N’ Lodi on the main drag of the town. Folks from all around California showed up in enclaves to show off their builds, lining the old town streets with huge...

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Photos by Benny Stucker / Article by Amy Sue Sporty It's mid-February. The Midwest is frozen under a layer of ice and snow. Temperatures are a chilly 26*, and the winds freeze your skin in under twenty minutes; yet, Milwaukee comes alive with a flurry of activity, as builders, buyers, collectors, enthusiasts, and riders all congregate in the heart of the city to see the new builds of the season. The first glimpse of the projects we watched come together on social media all winter break... even the ones that aren't done yet. It's why everyone knows braving this weather...

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The morning was perfectly crisp with the air suggesting a hoodie. I had loaded up the bag last night, and it now stands triumphantly strapped to the sissy. While throttling through the neighborhoods on my way to get gas, I wonder how this trip will turn out. I am not worried per se, but as curious as a child on his first camping trip. Having heard the stories from others of trips of woe and worry, I have yet to experience it myself. This would be my first overnight on the motorcycle as well as the first true ride with...

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Greasy Kulture Magazine favours the homebuilt over the shop-built, the greasy over the shiny... if it's righteous – wherever it is in the world – you'll find it in GK's pages. Greasy Kulture Magazine issue 67 features one of the coolest survivor choppers we've seen: Carl Savino of Two Wheel Trading Company's crazy Pan-Shovel. Straight from the '70s freezer and onto our cover, dad! [Photos: Annalise Sheridan]. Read more.

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I met Rex Harris back in 2014 at Pinned Ohio in Columbus. We've stayed in contact here and there since then, mostly when seeing each other at events around the Midwest. It's always a pleasure to run into him, especially when it’s warm and he's on his bitchin’ Shovelhead.

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