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  • The Lowbrow Getdown 2017 - Lowbrow Customs

    Well, we survived yet another year of shenanigans in the woods. The Lowbrow Getdown, like years prior, was a bit different, full of surprises and special in it's own little ways. From Russian Pizza shots, to nuts-to-butts flaming torches, swimming, the occasional explosion, music, and of course the beloved guys trying to blow up their motors at 5am by revving them to the limit. This year's Lowbrow Getdown did not disappoint by any means. There were tons of brilliant bikes, some really inno Continue Reading »

  • The Horse Smoke Out 18 - Lowbrow Customs

    Lowbrow Customs has been represented at The Horse Smokeout since around 2007 or so, back when it was still going on in Salisbury, NC. Back then it was just me at Lowbrow, and it was a part-time gig, evenings and weekends after my normal job as a sign maker. All these years later, we still consider The Smokeout to be one of the most unique shows in the country, a show that draws in real bikers and motorcycle enthusiasts, people who ride bikes, work on bikes, build bikes, and will be doing so Continue Reading »

  • 2017 Father’s Day Gift Guide for the Motorcycle Enthusiasts

      Does the dad in your life spend excessive hours working on a motorcycle in the garage? Does he speak in a strange language, saying things like 'shovelhead', 'hardtail' or 'mousetrap eliminator'? Is there often grease under his fingernails and a faint odor of gasoline and exhaust whenever he walks into the room? This may be a shock to you, my friend, but it sounds like your dad may be a Motorcycle Enthusiast. Lucky for you, we hand-picked some stand-out items that will put a genuine smi Continue Reading »

  • The Handbuilt Show 2017

    This year I decided to take a little break from motorcycles, and go check out a motorcycle show I had never been to (There is a big difference from the crowd rather than behind a booth!). I'd seen coverage and photos from the Handbuilt show put on by the fellows at Revival Cycles before and it always looked like a great show, and of course the location in Austin, Texas was just a bonus. Showing up at Fair Market, the venue for the show, I was greeted with delicious smells from several food tr Continue Reading »

  • Cycle Showcase 2017 - St. Louis

    What comes to mind when you think, St. Louis? I always picture The Gateway Arch right away , and then I have heard the rumors from countless people about their amazing BBQ. You may have heard of a beer company called Budweiser, yeah they are there too. Well all those things are great but you know what is even cooler is St. Louis is home to a motorcycle and art show called Cycle Showcase, put together by the amazing Randy Noldge and extremely talented Shawn Long. Shawn Long is from Imperi Continue Reading »

  • Giddy Up Texas Vintage Chopper Show 2017

     The Giddy Up is one of our favorite events of the year, It's small enough to be intimate, yet packed with killer motorcycles, great people, gorgeous riding through hill country, and Texas hospitality. Top that off with great bands such as Dale Watson this year, and one lucky person got to go home with a handbuilt chopper, what else can you ask for!?  Rigid front ends, Cowboy hats, beers and a whole lot of good times. Giddy Up 2017 This year kicked off of the pre-party at Gruene Harley Dav Continue Reading »

  • Harley-Davidson Engine Timeline: Big Twins

    For more than 100 years, Harley-Davidson has been producing its legendary lineup of Big Twin engines. Through the decades, various technological advances have led the company to develop nine different types of basic Big Twin motors. Harley-Davidson Engine Timeline: Big Twins   F-Head Harley-Davidson F-head. 1914-1929 The original Harley Big Twin engines, the F-Head models were IOE, or intake/inlet over exhaust- type motors. These simple yet powerful engines were available in 61 cubi Continue Reading »

  • Mama Tried Show 2017 Weekend

    Mama Tried 2017 Weekend The past 4 years there has only been one place to be in February and that is Milwuakee, Wisconsin at The Mama Tried Show. Surrounded by a weekend jam packed full of festivities, there is no reason one should ever leave on Sunday back home with a feeling of disappointment. From the flat track racing on Friday, to the Harley-Davidson Museum, to the show it's self. Every single year I leave exhausted and overwhelmed by the amount of motorcycle fun there is. With nev Continue Reading »

  • Flat Out Friday 2017 Preview

    Here are a few images from tonight's intense and insane shenanigans that went down at Flat Friday 2017 held at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwuakee Wisconsin. From crazy hooligan races to vintage bikes, and even some weird mini bike racing. There was something for everyone tonight, we even got a small taste of what it was like to be in the "Thunder Dome". Can't wait to see what tomorrow has in store with the Mama Tried Show. More photos to come from Flat out Friday. Flat Out Frida Continue Reading »

  • History of the Harley-Davidson Sportster: Blowing Away Big Twins Since 1957

    In 1957, Elvis Presley released the hit song "All Shook Up", the first Frisbee was produced, and the Harley-Davidson Sportster model motorcycle was introduced. Known as the XL series, the Sportster is still being produced today, and it retains its status of being one of the world's most popular motorcycles. Leo Payne drag racing the "Turnip Eater" Ironhead. The Sportster is a direct descendent of Harley's legendary but sometimes-overlooked Model K series. The middleweight K model was intro Continue Reading »

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