All bikes have a story...some are better than others! Shoprag acquired this sweet 1951 Panhead Chopper to "Ride the BeJesus out of it", and so he has. North Carolina, Kansas, California this chop has seen some highway miles!
Check out this walk around video from the Carolinas' Full Throttle Magazine Custom Bike Show.
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Aubrey Smart’s 1996 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy is a family heirloom. His uncle, Link Pendley, bought the Fat Boy in 2003 and wanted to make it into a show bike. He added his own flare with a bobbed Softail rear fender and some sweet upswept, slash cut D&D pipes. It’s said that that the unique pipes are 1 of 2 ever made. Link also drenched the Fat Boy in Arlen Ness billet chrome and flame accents.
While cruising the Outer Banks, I ran into Gene Hobbs and his spectacular 2015 Harley-Davidson Road Glide. The bright orange paint and gleaming chrome accents caught my eye. But what I really liked was, after getting to talk to Gene, I realized this was a rider! Gene has racked up over 26k miles hitting the bike rallies and even riding the Tail of the Dragon on this beast!
The best moms are moms of bikers, but bad ass moms ARE bikers! In honor of Mother's Day, we interviewed 3 Biker Moms to see what they had to say about riding & family.
Check out Angel Talavera and his 1981 H-D "Lowrider" Chopper, Ratfuckt!
Kenny Gilley was born into the motorcycle lifestyle and has been wrenching, racing and riding for more than 4 decades. Join us as we chat about his life and figure out the eternal question: Is it the destination or the ride?
Joe Smith recently turned 81 years old. He's a legend around these parts and probably most of the US! Joe sat down with me at Willie's Honky Tonk in Winston-Salem, NC to talk about old motorcycles and riding to Sturgis.
Join me as I talk to Dano Simmons of South Main Customs about how he got started in the motorcycle industry, pulling trikes and more!
Carolinas' Biker Lawyer, Bob Karney talks about his love of motorcycles, defending bikers in court and the Bulldog Hero Awards.
If you are in need of a quality, pre-loved Harley-Davidson or just need some wrenches turned on your current ride, you should check out the crew at Blue Collar Cycle Company. Blue Collar has a laid back atmosphere where you can come hangout, shoot the shit, and take care of your motorcycle needs. Check out this interview of shop owner Brandon McNeely.
Better late than never! The AMCA Souther National Meet was postponed from May and had a record turnout. Check out some of the sights here and pick up the December 2020 issue of the Carolinas' Full Throttle Magazine to read the article!
More than 60 years ago, North Carolina’s longest continuous family owned Harley-Davidson Dealership’s humble beginning was sparked by a motorcycle purchase, knowledge of textile machinery, and some friends who needed a hand repairing their own motorcycle. We sat down with Stephen Cox, 3rd Generation GM of Cox's Harley-Davidson to talk about the success of the storied dealership.
Danny Varner took home the best in show award at the Full Throttle Magazine / Wolf Mountain Bike Show at Xtreme Wings -N- Things. Take a closer look at this bike as Danny describes it.
Hank Thibodeau Of Widowmaker CDR takes us through a BDL Open Primary Belt Drive Install.
About His Most Recent Bike Build and other motor culture topics.
Wolf won the Karney Law Firm Judged Class of the Carolinas' Full Throttle Bike Show at Tank Town Tavern's 2nd Annual Spring Fever Bash. I was lucky enough to get to sit down and chat with Wolf about his sweet '78 Lowrider. This video is a compliment to the 2 page spread in The Carolinas' Full Throttle Magazine issue #252.