Oftentimes, there are only subtle differences between a Factory or Radical chopper and a Pro Street bike. Typically, Pro Streets are made to look -- and run -- like race bikes, which means they usually lack the raised frames, long forks, exotic detailing, and colorful paint schemes of their flashier siblings. Though there are exceptions -- as you'll see -- many feature a stark, austere appearance that gives them a purposeful look; that of a lean, mean, street-fighting machine.
Below you'll find links to Pro Street chopper profiles, which provide specifications and close-up pictures of these unique machines.
The Pro Street chopper by DD Custom Cycles features diamond-cut cooling fins on its V-twin engine. Get a closer look here.
The checker design on this chopper adds a finish-line feel and a sharp look. See for yourself in this detailed profile.
The Assassin sports a sleek black paint job and a 124-cubic-inch engine that lives up to its name. Learn why this chopper is an all show, all go machine.
The construction of the Pro Street chopper by Custom Shop Cycles was originally prompted by a charity raffle. Check out the final results.
The Speed Demon chopper has a piercing design and custom touches that will make your jaw drop. View details and photos in this profile.
This powerful chopper was built to destroy. See pictures of the Buell Street Fighter's amazing custom features.
The Supercharged chopper is just that: supercharged with a nitrous-injected V-twin engine and electrifying graphics. Get the details here.
If you're totally clueless when it comes to chopper terms and lingo, see the next section of this article for definitions.