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ChopCult member Nic Jacobs first threw a leg over a dirt bike at the age of four and as he says "it's been downhill since." He's one of the millions of enthusiasts that lives and breathes all things two wheels to the point of starting a small shop in San Antonio, Texas called Dumbluck Garage. When he's not wrenching at Dumbluck, you can find him at Action Bikes working as a bicycle mechanic. "Heavy Cream is the second ground-up build that I've done, but I've played with everything from desert race stuff to drift cars, mopeds, and mini bikes. Anything...

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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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Hey everyone, it's Josh from Cry Baby Cycles again! Today we're talking handlebars! Everyone needs them, and there is a sea of options out there. If you're having trouble finding what you like or the last 10 bikes you have seen have the same pair, then maybe it's time to build some! I will walk you through the process of making some killer custom bars for your bike. Remember, be creative and push yourself to go outside the box and you will have the raddest pair of bars in the hood!  Let's get started!

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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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Scott has done a fantastic job with this bike and has put 10 years of miles on her. You can’t put a price on trustworthy and, there’s much to be said for being able to push a button, firing it up every time, and hit the road. Job well did, sir, job well done. -Jennifer

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