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Santa de Muerte

Santa de Muerte


By Alain W. Bélisle

These words exemplify perfectly the first impressions that came to me as the cover that protected this beautiful bike was finally removed by my friends at Freakshow Choppers in Mill Bay, British Columbia. It was named “Santa Muerte” (Holy Death), an identity which is actually inspired by the rather iconic Mexican skeletal figures in holy images that are very popular among our friends south of the U.S. border. It was therefore imperative for this bike to have character, all the while exhibiting sleek lines despite the obvious technical and artistic challenges. All these elements were harmoniously present and confirmed that I was in the presence of some very talented craftsmen.

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Drag'n Puff

Drag'n Puff


By Éric Laflamme

As far back as I can remember I’ve always had my ass sitting on a bike. My first was a motocross when I was six years old, then a variety of others until the time I could finally buy myself a Harley. It was a red wine coloured ’82 FXB Sturgis with yellow Harley-Davidson stickers on the tank. With a lot of imagination it was a damn nice bike ! Hahaha ! I remember dragging a liter of oil with me everywhere I rode—just to make sure I got through the day without problems. All that remained that was “Sturgis” on that bike were the wheels and the beautiful black engine which I later stripped and polished by hand in my living room. That was late fall 1995. (Rat Shop) Fred, a very good friend of mine, had taught me a lot about motorcycle mechanics over the years but still it was he who rebuilt my engine and transmission. Each of us has our professions. Each of us has our talents. I rode that bike for eight years modifying it during the long Quebec winters.

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The Crow

The Crow


By Pascal Richard

For those who do not yet know of Kreater Custom Motorcycles it really is time you wake up and smell the exhaust fumes. This is one of the best custom bike shops in Canada. It’s located in Toronto and it also has a sister shop in Kelowna, British Columbia. The Kreater guys are top-of-the-line builders and often represent Canada at established international custom bike competitions. Fans of the Bike & Tattoo Show have seen some of their bikes at the event, and their creations have graced the pages of this magazine on many occasions. For my part I consider Kreater as one of the best custom shops in Canada and the Kreater guys never stop surprising me.

I’ve known this gang of “partyers” for several years now. George and Tom – with whom I had the opportunity to enjoy a few drinks – are guys who know very well how to empty a bottle of Jack Daniel’s and enjoy life. I have great memories of evenings with them at the V-Twin Expo in Cincinnati as well as at the bike run they organize every year in Kelowna to help sick children. These are good people with big hearts ! If you visit Toronto or Kelowna, stop in at the shop to say hello – you may also get a chance to see their latest projects.

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An effigy of GSP

An effigy of GSP


By Sylvain

Since its inception Frank Choppers has designed and manufactured custom choppers as well as modified Harleys according to customer needs and expectations. The special attention given to the quality of the installation, selection and machining of parts results in high quality construction suitable for all budgets. Meet Frank with your project and your dream can become a reality faster than you ever thought possible.

Frank was inspired by the strength of character and determination of George St-Pierre, the Ultimate Fighter, when customizing this bike – a tribute to the man.

 

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