Posts tagged choppers

For the weeks prior to the meet, my mind was occupied with ideas on how I’d rebuild Rusty for Born Free 6. I already had in mind a specific look that I was going for but didn’t make any final decisions until after the swap meet.

Similar to the last event, I left SJ early and arrived at the meet just in time before the parking lot filled up.

From a quick glance, the meet definitely had more vendors than last time. I figured it was because of warmer weather. For this meet, I prepared myself just enough money to buy what I need only.

After about two hours of browsing and carefully searching for parts, I came home a happy camper. Found some parts that I can tweak and add to Rusty.

You meet the friendliest people at cycle swap meets. One of many reasons why I keep coming back aside from parts

Fancy looking bike

Unlike the last meet which was mostly dominated by Ironheads, this meet had more Shovels than Home Depot

Such a sweet looking scoot

LNSPLT approved!

I’d love to see the owner bust a U turn on this bike

Next to it was this immaculate Knuckle. My all time favorite motor

Interesting bars on this Rat

This ironhead was one of my favs

So was this one

This bike had me feeling some type of way

Hands down my favorite bike at the meet

I knew it…chicks only dig crotch rockets

Part 2 consists of the bikes that I saw in the parking lot

The first bike that stuck out was Eric Justesen’s VLX built by TJ Brutal Customs

Probably one of the cleanest VLX’s in the U.S.

And it can be yours!

Young checking out the details

Check out the front tire and the pipes on this immaculate Shovel

Props to the builder for a well done bike

Easily one of my favorite bikes at the meet

This bike was full of love

Lean like a cholo

Wicked bars are wicked

LNSPLT approved

Didn’t see many Cafe style bikes, this was one of the few

Road Kings were everywhere!

This rigid Panhead was a nice sight

I have a soft spot for skinny bikes

Digging everything about this bike


This Honda CB750 was spotless!

Loving the tires choice and tank position on this bike

A great amount of time was spent on admiring this Panhead

The bike that stood out like a sore thumb was this Rat inspired VLX

Built by Eric from Casa Customs

Jax Teller and his buddy

Imagine cruising down the coast with this trike

Found Mario’s twin

The Horse


For $3,500 OBO, it can be yours

Socal VLX’s

Another Panhead spotted

My favorite bike at the meet

Everything was very well executed

Interesting pipes on this Shovel

Love how clean the bars look on this Shovel

Other bikes

I’m gonna end the post with Pop’s 1976 Shovelhead. This bike was stolen soon after I took this photo. If you look closely, you can see the lock on the ground instead of being locked on the rotor. If you see this bike please contact @moonsmc on Instagram and call the police. Spread awareness and help a brother find his ride.

Thank you for looking.