I was on the ChopCult.com yesterday when this feature popped up in the side panel. I read the comments about how this "change" is gonna suck, how people sold out, and false accusations for the new owners. I believe we have upheld the mission statement created in '09 and the true concept of the website remains intact. Site growth has been attained through new memberships and ChopCult's social media outlets. My main goal with ChopCult from day one has been to keep it relevant and community oriented. Thanks to EVERYONE that has helped me along the way and to Kaistream LTD. for giving me a chance.
If you've wondering where I've been check out www.chopcult.com and enjoy the finer side of life!
Just Kickers was postponed due to the inclement weather but my trip was still a go. This trip was like no other as there wasn't a itinerary to adhere to. Just enjoy life and take it all in, which I did justice. Sitting on a wrap around porch watching life go by wasn't half bad. Add a frosty beverage or 20 and life can't get any better. Jim and Gwen Harper, co owners of Chopper Supply Co., were my gracious hosts for the weekend. I'm very fortunate we crossed paths as they are great people!
Jim and I spent a couple of hours with Chop Cult contributor and personal friend, Jason Ochoa. He's working on completing his build for Born-Free. It's cool to seen Jason move forward in the industry and he's been the driving force to get CC in Texas. To say I appreciate him is an understatement.
East Coast Friends - Join Bobby and Elisa Seeger , Indian Larry Motorcycles for their Second Annual Aidan's Ride NY on May 31, 2015. Aidan Jack Seeger is the son of Bobby and Elisa Seeger and he was diagnosed with Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) in 2011 at just six years old. He lost his battle with the disease in 2012. Had he been diagnosed at birth, he could of lived a full life. The Aidan Jack Seeger Foundation was established in honor to help families of children newly diagnosed with ALD, raise awareness of the disease and press legislators to pass laws requiring newborn screening. This ride will help the Foundation continue its fight for national newborn screening and help families with children that have ALD. Join the fight by riding with Bobby and Elisa from Indian Larry Motorcycles in Brooklyn to The Maples. Tickets can be purchased; $25.00 for a ride and 40 with passenger on their website, Please use the code "Aidan's Ride" for Free Shipping on tickets! Day -of -Ride tickets are available as well. If you can't make it but want to contribute to the cause, buy a Aidan Has A Posse t-shirt, patch or bracelet and help a child in need,http://www.indianlarry.com/new-products, and join Aidan's Posse on Facebook,https://www.facebook.com/groups/aidanjackseeger.
"Due to the recent rainfall, the Ardmore Dragway is flooded, and it doesn't look like it will be dry enough for Just Kickers. We want you all to have a good time so we have decided to postpone Just Kickers to early October of 2015. As soon as we have a date we will let you know. Help us spread the word. Thanks, Kirk."http://justkickers.blogspot.com/