LSC: A Chopper Profile


The customized LSC chopper has a hardtail frame. See more motorcycle pictures.

American IronHorse sells a number of different motorcycles in a variety of designs through more than 100 dealers in the United States. Each bike can be customized like this LSC Chopper with a selection of wheels and colors.

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The basis for the LSC is a hardtail frame with 4-inch stretch, 8-inch rise, and 38-degree rake in the neck. Triple trees add another four degrees, for a total of 42 degrees of fork rake. Forks are 12-inch-over telescopics, and combine with the tall frame for an extreme stance. A 124-cubic-inch S&S engine is fitted to this example, but 107- and 113-cubic-inch versions are also available. The 6-speed transmission has right-side belt drive.

The wheels shown are AIH's Lonestars; their design is echoed in the brake rotors and drive pulley. Two features of the LSC not found on many choppers are the strutless rear fender, which provides a cleaner appearance, and dual front brakes for better stopping power.

Go to the next page for more photos and details of the LSC Chopper, a customized bike from American IronHorse.

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LSC Chopper Pictures

Arched chrome bars hold the strutless rear fender and turn signals, the latter required of factory bikes in many states.
Arched chrome bars hold the strutless rear fender and turn signals, the latter required of factory bikes in many states.

The LSC chopper from American IronHorse features a hardtail frame and six-speed transmission. Below you'll find more pictures and details of this unique chopper.

It may be a "factory" bike, but the LSC boasts plenty of custom touches, such as the sculpted front and rear fenders. The LSC's slender oil tank allows a lower seat height.
It may be a "factory" bike, but the LSC boasts plenty of custom touches, such as the sculpted front and rear fenders. The LSC's slender oil tank allows a lower seat height.
Dual front disc brakes are a welcome sight on a chopper with 124 cubic inches of power. Note the duplication of the wheel pattern in the disc hub.
Dual front disc brakes are a welcome sight on a chopper with 124 cubic inches of power. Note the duplication of the wheel pattern in the disc hub.

For more information on custom choppers and motorcycles, see: