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ABOUT – San Diego Custom Choppers

With my own casual observations, I believe that custom choppers are perhaps just about 1% of the motorcycle riding community.

We are that 1%!

Like myself,  I think all custom chopper owners have a great appreciation for art, as it applies to custom metal work, mechanical ingenuity and bringing all these things together with custom paint to create real eye candy! But, unlike normal art appreciation, these custom motorcycles offer their type A personality owners the unique opportunity to become part of the media itself!

If you’re reading this and do not comprehend the fact that when operating one of these high-powered machines, it’s not so much about the destination as it is the journey, just bask in the fact that your Prius gets much better gas mileage than one of these choppers.

I’ve been into custom choppers for most of my life. Back in the 60’s I was the proud owner of this Harley chopper:

 Harley custom chopper

 

If you’re interested in joining with us for some local rides, send an e-mail to:  SEO711@Gmail.com

21 Comments Post a comment
  1. Just love the idea of those four exhaust pipes coming up alongside a sissy bar!

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  2. Tom Mueller
    Jul 30 2013

    You missed a good ride on Sunday

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  3. Aug 17 2013

    HI —

    You post some interesting photos and links …

    Can I share them on my client’s FB page, or are they copyright?

    Would love to share some of your content, with attribution, if I could.

    R. Hurwitz

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    • biker1
      Aug 17 2013

      Rhonda, thanks for the inquiry. Only the Youtube videos may be shared. I would get the direct codes from the share button under each video. Our Youtube channel is:
      http://www.youtube.com/user/Pilotjoe7

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      • Feb 8 2016

        A wonderful job. Super helpful inifmratoon.

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  4. Randy Beecher
    Nov 20 2013

    I’m looking for a passenger backrest for my Victory Ness jackpot. Dealer has nothing. Does anyone local customize?

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  5. Jan 30 2014

    Thanks for this outstanding motorcycle blog!

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  6. Thanks for this informative and fun motorcycle blog!

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  7. Jul 15 2014

    Hope to get my first motorcycle in the next few months!

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  8. Jul 20 2014

    Love this motorcycle blog . . . keep the posts coming!

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  9. Pete Barber
    Feb 1 2015

    the rides are amazing…

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  10. Thanks for this motorcycle blog!

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  11. Mar 15 2015

    Nice motorcycle blog. I was checking continuously this blog and I’m impressed!

    Very useful info particularly the videos.

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  12. Great info. Lucky me I recently found your website by chance
    (stumbleupon). I’ve bookmarked it for later!

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  13. Oh my goodness! Amazing motorcycle blog dude! Thank you, However I am having troubles with your RSS.
    I don’t understand whyy I cannot subscribe to it. Is there anybody getting
    the same RSS problems? Anyuone who knows the answer can you kindly respond?
    Thanx!!

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  14. I love this chopper blog!!!

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  15. Stephen Eroh
    Dec 12 2015

    how do i take the front fork shock caps off my 2009 v rod muscle, do i need a spanner tool? Thanks Steve

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  16. Feb 16 2016

    Thanks for this great blog

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  17. Apr 13 2016

    I watched the YouTube video on changing the oil on a chopper.
    I have an 04 iron horse legend.
    In the video you pulled the plug on the motor.
    So I did.
    Now I need to know how to get oil back into crank case of the motor.
    Everything I can find they say don’t pull the plug to the motor, but that makes no since if your trying to get rid of the oil

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    • biker1
      Apr 16 2016

      Tom, thanks for the comment. It is controversial to pull the plug on the engine but there sure is a lot of nasty dirty oil that collects there. Personally, I didn’t do anything special in refilling the oil. I do always put a little new oil into the oil filter before I install it and also after new oil has been installed in the oil tank I let the bike sit for a while before starting it up. After it’s been running for about 10 or 15 minutes you should shut it down and recheck your oil level.

      Well, that’s the way I do it I’m sure some other people may have other ideas.

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