Harley Chopper Frames
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Chopper Harley Rolling Chassis
NEW 250 FAT CUSTOM CHOPPER ROLLING CHASSIS FRAME FIT HARLEY SOFTAIL EVO ENGINE
Custom Softail Frame Prostreet Chopper w/MSO
Harley Hard Saddlebag Left Side Chopper Blue and Brilliant Silver
250 TIRE 4 UP 2 OUT RIGID HARDTAIL CHOPPER FRAME ROLLING CHASSIS BIKE KIT HARLEY
triumph frame springer front end bolt on hardtail chopper 5 spoke wheels
EVO Sportster Rigid Hardtail 180 tire Frame 883 1200 Custom Chopper Bobber NEW!
SMD LED LICENSE PLATE FRAME MOTORCYCLE STOP TURN TURN SIGNAL LEFT RIGHT BIKE
Awsome Embossed Rolled Edge Metal Sign states: "LOST in the 50s"
180/200 TIRE FRAME HARLEY SOFTAIL BOBBER CHOPPER ROLLING CHASSIS ROLLER KIT
Hot! MY GARAGE MY RULES HOTROD RATROD Garage Bar VINTAGE Sign!FASTSHIP
DANGEROUS CURVES AHEAD VINTAGE BIKER Hot Rod RAT ROD Garage Bar Sign!Fast SHIP!
HARLEY CHOPPER BUILDERS FRAME NECK
BORN TO RIDE! FORCED TO WORK VINTAGE BIKER Hot Rod Garage Bar Sign! Fast SHIP!
NEW! NORTON- WINNER VINTAGE BIKER CHOPPER Garage Bar Sign! Fast SHIP!
KRAFT TECH SOFTAIL BOBBER CHOPPER FRAME ROLLING ROLLER CHASSIS HARLEY MOTORCYCLE
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INDIAN head MOTORCYCLE Metal Sign 24"x9" Harley Davidson Gas Oil Pump Station
Harley-Davidson rigid Panhead Frame Chassis Chopper Bobber Knucklehead ? #920
HARLEY 1970 IRONHEAD SPORTSTER FRAME & T l T L E BOBBER CHOPPER
WEST COAST GHOST RIDER BIKER DAVID MANN HARLEY CHOPPERS ART PICTURE INC FRAME
Harley-Davidson rigid Knucklehead Frame Chassis Chopper Bobber Panhead ? #921
Harley-Davidson : Other 1964 Harley Davidson Panhead Chopper Bobber Custom Straight Leg Frame
Harley Davidson Sportster Frame XLCH Raked Chopper Bobber Custom XL 1000 900
Harley Sportster XL Dyna FXD Softail Mirror Chopper Bobber XLH FXST FLHT FXD
KRAFT TECH SOFTAIL STOCK FRAME HARLEY EVO EVOLUTION CHOPPER BOBBER CUSTOM K15001
Harley Rigid Hardtail Chopper Bobber Frame Rear Flat Fender Brace Strut
Harley Rigid Hardtail Chopper Bobber Frame Rear Flat & Fatbob Fender Brace Strut
Trike Softail Chopper Frame Axle Swingarm Rolling Chassis Kit Harley Tri-Glide 1
Daytec chopper frame neck, Big Dog, Harley, bobber, chopper
How the Chopper came about
Choppers came to life in the 60's and 70's. Before the chopper came the bobber, the bobber arrived after American soldiers came back home from World War II. Although they remained loyal to the Harley Davidson company, riders that had served oversees just were not quite fulfilled with the bikes Harley Davidson where developing. These riders thought back to the motorcycles they had discovered in Europe that were more lightweight and more stimulating. Some had been prepared to work on bikes and autos in the service. The guys began to meet and discuss improvements and advancements to make the bike lighter, riders began removing or shortening the fenders. The front end fender was generally removed altogether, while the rear fender was made just short enough to protect the passenger from mud and water regurgitated by the rear tire and this is where the term bobber came from. The riders carried on making alterations or customizing their motorcycles and finally the "chopper" was born. The chopper was originally used for dirt track racing.
The term chopper came from the process of chopping. Riders set about chopping off whatever part they felt was unneeded, this included windshields, front fenders, the big headlights, crash bars and big seats. The stock large footrests were substituted with forward-mounted foot pegs. The fuel tank was built smaller and in tern this made the bike a fair bit lighter. Next, the riders set about raking the front end of their choppers so that the angle of the fork to the road reduced allowing for an gain in the wheelbase. The handlebars where raised and named ape hangers. Anything that was believed too big or unneeded was either made smaller or just discarded. They made the front tire small and the rear tire was made fat. Each rider created and customized the bike he wanted to ride to fit his personal preference. As soon as this passion caught on, enterprising individuals set about designing and producing customized motorcycles to sell to other riders so they didn't have to do the work themselves. Choppers started to be built and not just chopped. While this movement slowed for a few years, in recent years it has made a huge comeback, custom built choppers created by top designers are greatly valued and highly desirable.