Learn about the amazing time and care that go into making choppers like The Beast, Creep Show, Astrozombie and the 80 other cool bikes profiled in this section.
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With even its frame built from scratch, the Spoon chopper is truly a custom motorcycle. It has a Harley-Davidson engine and a rear-view video screen. See specifications and pictures of this unusual chopper.
Low Blow is a super-powered custom motorcycle made by Thee Darkside of Daytona. Learn more about this super-powered chopper and see pictures and specifications.
Deranged is a custom motorcycle built by Midwest Choppers with an S&S engine and distinctive Midwest sculpting. Its owner was a frequent customer who was ready for something different. Check out photos and specs to see just what he ended up with.
Rigid is a custom motorcycle with an 80-cubic-inch Harley-Davidson engine. Sound F/X Motorcycle Engineering wanted to construct a bike that wasn't dripping in gleaming lacquer and chrome. See photos and specifications for this Harley-Davidson powered chopper.
The Dual Glide chopper was born when a longtime enthusiast and mechanic for all things Harley-Davidson wanted something new. See photos and specifications for this powerful chopper.
This Honda Rebel chopper is not one of the big V-twin motorcycles that John Lewis specializes in, but his wife Jeanne wanted a bike of her own, so he decided to build something smaller. See photos and detailed information for this Honda-powered chopper.
The Dirty Love chopper is based on Harley-Davidson designs of the past yet it sports a high-performance engine. It's pure performance in a plain black wrapper. Learn about this classic design.
The FLH is a custom motorcycle with chameleon paint and a Panhead engine. Owner Jerry Morgan first customized this 1958 Harley-Davidson FLH in 1969 and he's redone it five times since.
Originally built in the 1970s, this Triumph Bonneville chopper was left for dead before being located by the current owner. Once acquired the machine was treated to a complete restoration and renamed Outlaw.
Whether new or old, what often sets one chopper apart from another is the paint scheme, and the Cherry Chopper is no exception. Its deep Cherry Red basecoat was treated to swirling gold graphics that dressed the tank rear fender and frame.
The Mississippi Queen is a custom motorcycle with a unique suspension system. Although this bike used many Harley-Davidson components, it was never a complete Harley to begin with -- the builder wanted certain features the Milwaukee company never offered to the public.
The Shovel chopper has custom-bent exhaust pipes and milled valve covers. Beginning life as a 1974 Harley-Davidson FXE, the owner began modifying the bike to meet his own personal tastes and continued for 15 years.
The EL is a custom motorcycle with a Paughco frame and ape-hanger handlebars. As a prime example of the Old School chopper, Robert Berry's EL shuns the sculpted metal billet trim and big-inch engine of most customs.
Old Skool is a custom motorcycle with a Paughco frame and Shovelhead engine. Harkening back to the early days of chopper building Old Skool caters to the simpler design elements found on machines from the 1960s.
The Board Track Replica is a custom motorcycle with a foot-operated clutch. Constructed and painted to resemble early 20th-century motorcycles, this bike recalls the excitement of board track-racing.
The Tramp is a custom motorcycle with a Daytec frame and unique engine. Powering the Tramp is a V-twin made from aftermarket parts but built to resemble a classic Harley-Davidson Shovelhead engine.