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In less than a month, it will be time to flood the small town of Crumpler, North Carolina, with tons of choppers for the third running of the Twin Rivers Chopper Campout. This year things will get started on Friday the 13th, but don’t worry because the scariest thing you’ll see coming out of the water will be the guys on “Dude Island” as they wade back to shore for more beers.

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If anyone has been following along with my short clumsy articles, you may have noticed the quintessential tirade about how much we appreciate riding season in Chicago because of the Apocalytic Fucking Winter.

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Basket Case Magazine, ChopCult Feature, Focus -

Countless rolls of film, piles of SD cards, backup drives, and cloud storages. Roadside fixes, sunburns and more miles splitting lanes than we can count.

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I have crossed paths with Nick Galaura numerous times over the years, most recently at the Biltwell So-Cal Aidan's Ride where he was operating his coffee truck, The Cat Mobile, which serves tasty BlackCat Coffee. Nick consistently has a smile on his face, and seems forever stoked on life. I don't know if it comes from the high-caffeinated drinks surging through his body or he's just programmed that way. My bet is on the latter. When Nick isn't serving up an excellent cup of joe to fellow enthusiasts, you can find him ripping up the streets with his friends and...

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A small mining town founded in 1880, Bisbee is nestled precariously on hillsides and ravines in southern Arizona. It's now become primarily an artist community, with a population of less than 6,000. As such, it's probably the last place you'd expect to find a motorcycle show, but, given that Howl N Prowl is a grassroots, family-first based show, it's the perfect venue. Brewery Gulch, as the name implies, is a series of bars and breweries situated along the sides of a steep gulch in the heart of Old Bisbee. As the bikes roll through heading to City Park, the sound...

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