The EL chopper is a custom Harley-Davidson motorcycle built by Psycle Barn/Rodney Mann/Robert Berry. Below are more pictures and details of this powerful chopper.
You can’t get more classic in the powerplant department than a Harley-Davidson Knucklehead. That’s not Harley’s term for it, by the way; the nickname was coined by riders, because the large bolts on the valve covers look like knuckles on a fist. And in its day, the Knucklehead packed a
pretty good punch.
Springer forks of this style first appeared on Harleys in the late 1920s. They’ve reappeared on modern versions.
Turned-up exhaust pipes were a fixture on early choppers. The original Harley drum brake may suffice up front, but the rear wheel hosts a modern disc.
Almost by definition, Old School choppers take the lean and mean approach, with little in the way of fancy trim. Fancy paint, however, is OK.