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I met Ryan a couple of years ago at the second Boogie Farm Clam Jam. He rode out from Illinois on his bitchin CB750 chop with some of his buds. It was all raw metal and crusty back then, but he talked about some of the stuff he had in mind to do to his bike during that winter. And it turned out awesome!

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From the moment I saw this bike sitting in the park, I knew I wanted to photograph it. She has this long, lean look to her that is so reminiscent of the 70’s style chopper and it just catches your eye. It’s always such a pleasant surprise to see custom choppers shooting down the highways and bi-ways of Southeast Arizona. During the show, I wandered back and forth past the bike several times and knew I had to set up a session.

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“If Jesus rides a Harley, the Devil rides a Triumph” that was the first quote I had heard about this bike and let me tell ya; it holds right through every aspect of Jeremy Schaub’s ‘73 Red Army Red T140V. Low, loud, and unforgiving to any number of people who have doubted just how quick a 750 really is. Believe me; I learned the hard way.

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Article and photos by Jennifer Farris - Ty and I arrived in Cleveland as the sun was setting over Lake Erie. It had been a long day of travel full of delays, mechanical issues with the plane, sweating on the tarmac and, possibly, one minor event involving puking in an airport bathroom. After checking in to our hotel late, tired, and hungry, we ambled down to The Winking Lizard to eat a little dinner and wash the day’s trouble down. Read more.

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"When you visit downtown Indianapolis, you have to see the architecture.” I’ve heard this before in my life, and being a bit of an edifice connoisseur, I was excited when I had the opportunity to visit Indy and see all that the cityscape had to offer. The historic museums, theaters, memorials, statues, and fountains, with their carved and acid-rain etched surfaces, and the copper rooftops that have turned green with age, bear a dramatic contrast to the vast expanses of jagged liquid glass reaching up to the sky with rigid simplicity. All of this encircling a brick circle drive surrounding...

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