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1. JamesCycle/January 37 20.22%
2. BadCo/February 5 2.73%
3. DB/March 9 4.92%
4. Thin Air Chop/April 4 2.19%
5. Markee/May 56 30.60%
6. Hellbound/June 5 2.73%
7. Cfl4Rat/July 6 3.28%
8. Lifeline1/August 13 7.10%
9. Beezachop/September 13 7.10%
10. 1957PanChopper/October 20 10.93%
11. Xianleather/November 15 8.20%
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Club Chopper's Chopper of the Year 2007!

Man it's good to be back! With the old server down the contest was delayed...so let's get this rolling! For the past 11 months we've voted for our favorite rides, all bad ass bikes, but now it's time to see who comes out on top! Be sure to check all the chops before you submit your vote! Also big thanks to all that participated over the past year whether you entered your ride or took the time to vote! Thanks all!



1.JAMES CYCLE/January 2007!



Max metal works rigid 200 frame,single down tube,1 inch axle,rsd
3 up,2 out,39 deg neck
210 metz rear tire
21 metz frt
Black bike wheels,deep offset rear,17x7
Narrow glide 21x2.15 frt
PM 6 pist front on 13 inch floater
PM 4 pist rear on 11 inch floater
Perse legs,with racetech internals and gold vavles
41 mm narrow glide trees 3 deg rake
41 mm clip ons
Magura billet race sport bike hand controls
all kevlar race brake lines and hyd lines.
Earls titanium series a.n. oil and fuel fittings,with aeroquip Flame retardent black lines
Steering stabilizer
Sprocket spec hardened sprckt,grade 8 hard ware safety wired.
530 o ring chain drive
Paul cox seat with "james" hand tooled logo
131 cu in ,merch,stage 3
S&S d with 2 thunder jets
Redshift cam from zippers
Merch oil cooler
Jims 6 sp with outer bearing support
James Custom Cycle billet mid mounts
James Custom Cycle fuel tank,16 ga steel
James Custom Cycle oil tank,16 ga steel
James Custom Cycle batt box,billet alum
James Custom Cycle stainless stepped pipes
James Custom Cycle rear fender 14 ga steel
James Custom Cycle new billet alum mid mount controls
Karata Enterprises 2” open primary-with new designed plate Karata’s 26 plate Piranha Clutch with new lock up
Spyke starter and jackshaft starter
All satin paint,all molded frame.








2. BadCo/February 2007!



WCC 4'up CFL frame
5 deg. triple tree
WCC styel 53 wheels powdercoated black
Hand Made tank done by Bad Company Customs
WCC fenders
R&R cycle Hi torque 113
Prowler 6spd tranny
primo belt drive
Daytona twin tech single fire ing and coil
mini apes with wcc risers
Customs belt guard with 6 gun bullets
Modified supreme legends mid controls
brembo hand controls and front brake
exile sprocket rotor in rear
hand engraved gas cap, oil cap, resevoir covers, rear brake caliper, wheel hubs.
hell bent pipes
WCC fucker seat
custom spark plug wire cover done by bad company customs
heartland tailight
alsa corp sky blue flake over special mix blue
powdercoated, then painted frame black
powdercoated trees, sliders, tailight bracket, and belt guard.
530 chain

Nothin fancy, just simple, clean, and fast, no bullshit needed.






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3.DB/March 2007!



Frame: Chopper Guys (DB design) 250 Rigid, 35 degree neck, 3" backbone stretch, 0" downtubes, 1" rear axle.

Suspension: Harley 90's Bad Boy FX springer 2 degree tree rake with Ford Model 'T' copper magneto plate shock cover. No rear.

Engine: S&S Shovelhead 93" High Compression 10:1, Dual plugged, forged pistons, Vulcan compression releases.

Ignition: Morris Magneto with Sollutions Machining cover.

Charging System: Cycle Electric 32 AMP 'no battery' custom made with White Bros. capacitor.

Exhaust: DB / LRC stainless steel

Transmission: Baker 6/4 kick only, suicide shift, foot clutch. 1.5" offset Motorway modified tranny plate.

Primary drive: Primo Rivera Brute III w/ Pro Clutch 3" open, modified for 250 rear offset.

Brakes: front JB, rear Exile Sprotor

Oil Tank: Moon with Fab Kevin mounts.

Seat: Home made tooled by Rich Phillips, hinge mount is Fab Kevin modified.

Gas tank: Spec built Independence

Fender: DB (Liliian Rose Choppers /LRC) 13 gauge.

Bars: DB 25" Stainless Steel Skyscrapers on 4" HD risers.

Wheels: American Wire 80 spoke, rear tubless. Tires front: 21 x 3 Metzler, rear: 18 (240) Metzler.

Controls: Jaybrake

Tag bracket lights: Fab Kevin

Oil Lines: Summit NPT/AN aluminum race fittings and Russell braided SS 5/16" line.

Forward controls: polished aluminum by DB

All home made linkage and components fabricated by DB from stainless steel and/or billet aluminum. No chrome! Built in memory of my 'Poppy' who served in U.S Navy WWII!


















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4.Thin Air Chop/April 2007!



Completed in summer of 2005. My daily ride. Runs solid from day one. All assembally, welding and fab work took place in a shop called my garage. It took 6 months to put together from the day I brought the frame and front end home from Paughco (thanks to Jason @ Paughco). No hidden wires or cables. No paint. Loud as f@#k. Built for riding hard.


Paughco 3 up 3 out 35* rigid (powder black)
Paughco 6 over springer (powder black)
S&S 96" w/ Paramount pipes (loud)
05' HD 5 speed gear set
BDL 3" open primary
Nash Motorcycle Co. bars and risers
Independent gas tank raised at the tunnel
Seat by Martin @ Dream Evil Designs
PM brakes front and back
200mm Metz out back
80-90 21 Metz up front

NO PAINT POLISHED RAW STEEL. A HARDCORE BONE SHAKER
I live at 7000 feet above sea level in the Sierra Nevadas no rust here.

Thanks for the votes. Ride safe ride hard.














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5. Markee/May 2007!



OWNER: Marcus Robertson (JMR - aka Markee)

YEAR/MAKE/MODEL: 07/JMR/"Kilby Deuce"
FABRICATION: JMR
ASSEMBLY: JMR
BUILD TIME: Top Secret

MOTOR:
Type: Ultima 113ci

TRANSMISSION:
TYPE: Ultima 5spd
CLUTCH: Granduer
PRIMARY DRIVE: BDL (cut up)

FRAME/SUSPENSION:

YEAR/TYPE: '06/West Coast CFL
RAKE: 38 DEGREES
STRETCH: 2 up - 1 out
SWINGARM: N/A
FORKS: 03 Sportster (3 over)
TRIPLE-TREES: 03 Sportster

WHEELS,TIRES,& BRAKES:
FRONT:
BUILDER/SIZE: DNA/21-INCH
TIRE/SIZE: speedmaster/21-90-90
CALIPER: Tokico
ROTOR: Russel 11.5in
REAR:
BUILDER/SIZE: DNA/16x6-INCH
TIRE/SIZE: METZELER/200MM
CALIPER: nissin
ROTOR: Russel 10in

FINISH/PAINT:
COLORS: HOC - Rootbear Kandy
PAINTER: JMR/Danny Dailey
GRAPHICS: JMR
PINSTRIPING: JMR
MOLDING: JMR
POWDERCOATING: JMR

ACCESSORIES:
FRONT FENDER: N/A
REAR FENDER: WCC
FENDER STRUTS: JMR
GAS TANK: JMR
OIL TANK: WCC
HANDLEBARS: JMR
RISERS: DMC CHops
HAND CONTROL: Fab Kevin
FOOT CONTROLS: JMR
FOOTPEGS: Snafu
HEADLIGHT: Bates
TAILLIGHT: Trendy Ford thing
LICENSE MOUNT: JMR
SEAT: JMR
ELECTRICAL: JMR














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6.Hellbound/June 2007!



The frame is based on our Menace style with 47 rake with 0" up and 5" in the back.
RSD 260
Motor is an 80 H-D
A set of one off crossover pipes
Brakes are 4 piston Brembo
Streamline Throttle
Keg style oil tank
That's it man just a simple clean chop
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7.cfl4rat/July 2007!


Engine: 1998 1200 sporty
Carb: S&S Super G DaVinci
Ignition: stock
Air Cleaner: wimmer
Frame: redneck getting high 8 and 4
Pipes: 2 into 1 by cycleholic
Rake: 38 deg.
Frontend: redneck springer
Rear wheel: spoke 18x8.5 240
Front Wheel: spoke 21x3 120
Rear break: exile
Front break: nope
Gas Tank: wcc villian
Rear Fender: cut out of a choppers inc. blank. cyclepartsmania sissy bar
Seat: paco
Paint: hand polished tins. no paint







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8.Lifeline1/August 2007!



CFL 4 Up
S&S 96
Baker 6 Speed
Paul Cox Suspension Seat
Storz Triple Trees
Dues Lowers
PM Wheels Anodized
PM Hand & Foot Controls
Custom Bars & Grips
Custom Battery Box
WCC Air Cleaner Hand Engraved
Villan Tank Custom
WCC FU Pipes Jet Hotted
Primo V Primary
Custom Gas Cap & Oil Cap
Paint By Briam Loker
Seat By One Too Many Customs









9.Beezachop/September 2007
We proudly pay tribute to a fallen brother, who spent the last three years of his life sharing his bike build with us. The news that he was taken from us on his maiden voyage saddens us all. Beezachop was a proud family man who was never too busy to help his kids learn more about the motorcycles that he loved. We will all miss having him around the site.

Raise your beer in tribute to this month's Chopper of the month winner, Bezzachop! May you rest in peace!



The engine is off a 1969 Bsa a50
Front end is off a bsa 1971.
Gas tank is from a sportster in the frisco style, welded to sit higher
on the frame.
Harley Davidson hexagonal oil tank.
Old-styled Avon tires.

For the most part, everything is else in some way handmade, and only has
basis in different things. The frame was changed to have a straight line
from front to back diagonally.
Front fender, as well as rear fender were both modified to fit his
vision. I believe one was from a Kawasaki of some kind.
Engine was redone, ported and polished. Valves ground, etc.
Velocity stacks.
Internal throttle.
Internal wiring (down the spine of the bike, I believe).
Suicide style jockey shift foot clutch, with linkages either modified,
or made, to suit his new setup.
Ventilated drum brakes rear/front.
Exhaust pipes are stock, but cut, I believe.

Those are as far as I know. Some things may be wrong, but it should be
quite close. Sorry for not being more specific, but I've tapped into my
relatively little mechanical knowledge (Still working on it. Even so, I
learned a lot from my father, so I count myself lucky on that).

Cheers,
Chris."







Beezachop and family.

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10.1957PanChopper/October 2007!


The low down:
OEM stroked 58 FLH panhead motor
OEM knuckle tranny polished
OEM 57 HD frame
OEM pan oil tank
OEM knuckle springer
16" star hub wheels front and back powder coated black with stainless spokes.
Drum breaks
Jockey shift with rocker clutch
Biltwell keystone bars
BaasMetalCraft seat pan
Pabst seat tooled by Xian
Baas logo seat by Gremlin
Aluminum polished ribbed fender
struts by Baasmetalcraft/kennedy students
Gas tank is a modified Wassell by us
paint by Hering Kustoms
powder coating by SE customs
polishing and chrome by J&D plating
Fab Kevin front seat hinge and tag light
Approximately 9 grand invested in the build











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11.Xianleather/November 2007!


Paughco rigid frame, no rake no stretch...no paint..
02 Indian front end shortend by 3" , with Franks tubes...
Risers by Smileys Chops...
Custom Bars, my specs, Killer work by Midnight Oil Mark...
21" front wheel... by Ebay..
Ebay Headlight...
PM, calipers, rotors, hand grips and foot controls...Knurled Brass foot pegs by Murdercycles NY.
Joker machine hand Controls...
Indian larry 3.5 Gal gastank...
S&S 88ci , heads , pistons, cam, intake and carb work by Johnson Engine Tech... 100+ HP
3" BDL open belt drive...
Custom oil bag built by Trent @ Atomic Custom...
16" 02 Indian rear wheel/ 150 Metz...
PBI 24 th trans sproket, 48 th rear PM...
Rear fender by Craig @ Srapmetalart...
Fender struts by me...
Seat Pan by Teach, leather by me...
Pipes by me...
02 Indian ign Switch...
Dyna 2000 i igniton/coil....
Paint by John the painter @ Cycle Paint and metal.... Long Island.
02 Indian 5 sp Trans/Delcron trap door, Jims Bearings, JIms meganut, Rivera Hydro end cover...
Tig welding by Rob at nevadone Customs Long island...









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Some very nice builds and hats off to all of last years winners.

Thanks for getting this poll posted up and running.
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Great pictures and great bikes in the competition!
I don't normally post which bikes strike me the most. I just usually vote my favorite.
I do like several, but right now it's between Markee's Kilby Deuce and DB's bike. They both kind of blow me away.
Like I said, some great bikes with beautiful attention to detail, but right now I'm thinking one of those two. Will have to look them all over again carefully and give it some thought before my vote though.
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For a minute there I almost thought we were voting on which cfl of the year here. #5 will get my vote however.
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3 of my all time fav's are up there... (mind you I think I said that last year as well!!)

Great job to all ya all!

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Some pretty cool bikes to pick from.
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And the CFL of the year is..........................
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