It was nice to see the pics of Bill Fenderson from Fairbanks. He was a good friend back between 85-88 when I lived there. Bought my first bike from him. Good man! I don't see any pics of his 200 lb dog Easy. What ever happened to Sabina?
Congrats on your new shop bro!!! Looks kewl... I'll have to come visit again and see your new shop... Much success your way bro, if there is anything I can do to help, you know you can call on me anytime bro... Take care... T
That link will take you to a site for a non-profit organization dedicated to the re-training of disabled Americans so that they can lead full and productive lives again. It is owned and run by a member of the HarleyTalking family, "Tbones".
When you check out the site, you will see that besides the wonderful article written about HarleyTalking, he has also placed an "outbound link" for Chop's Garage there!
Tbones, or "T" as he prefers to be called by his Brothers, is a great guy who wants to help his fellow biker brothers out there any way he can, so he has placed that link on his site in the hope it will send some traffic your way! Just thought you'd like to see it!
Hi Chop and Sue! What a pleasure it always is to visit your awesome site! This site has so much to offer a visitor could spend all day just browsing around!
I wanted to take a moment to thank you once again for your support of www.HarleyTalking.com and as you know, you have the complete respect and admiration of every member from our site, which is growing daily thanks to your support!
Our first big event, "The Flag Journey", is quickly approaching and we are so proud that you have so graciously agreed to be our first "Meet Point" along the Flag's journey!
Clint and Clutchglass will be coming from 1500 miles apart, north and south respectively, to meet at your shop with the site Flag in hand, and we expect many other members to join in the run to your place as well and come from hundreds of surrounding miles to see your awesome and legendary shop!
Your hospitality is so greatly appreciated! I've been riding for over 40 years Chopper, and as Rob (Hobbit) always says, YOU are "The Real Deal", a TRUE BIKER BROTHER, in every sense of the word, and everyone who knows you would entrust you with their lives! I have no doubt there isn't a biker within a 100 miles who would service their scoot anywhere else with Chop's Garage as a first choice!
Thanks again for always being there for us!
You are an incredible Man Of Honor and I am PROUD to call you my Brother!
Warmest Regards to you and Sue from Cathy and I, and from everybody at www.harleytalking.com, a family of bikers who "Live For The Ride, NOT "the rules"!, the proud and official owners of the HDTalking trademark!
great service on the parts order! Great shop! Hope there is a get together this coming weather change(some of us old beaters cant do the slush LOL!) Seems there was time down Ben Wheeler Texas way, ah nah, thats another gig!
How you doing. I was watching the White Horse Hog Rally video you made the other day. Had the idea to Google you and found your web site. Not doing much with scooters these days. Don't even have any Harleys any more. Only have my BMW R90S and a Rickman Triumph. Moved from Alaska to Vacaville Ca. in 96 to work for Allstate and raise my girls by thier grand parents and cousins. Need to know your family you know. I talk to Duffy every once in awhile. Haven't spoke with Barry since Jenings passed. Hope he and Tamera are doing ok. Great web site. Even saw myself on it. Great bike show video from Cheap Charlies. Forgot you and Duffy won trophies. Those were some great times. Will see you around one of these days. Take care.
Chop, and Sue you have a great site I hope things are going good with this bad economy, just ordered a shirt today cant wait to wear it to work, best of luck talk to yo soon missing you at The Forum, Glider has renamed me Capital Jack the keys on my puter got stuck and now Bubbie and me are scared of the poof button LOL, Jack
I’m so happy for you Bro! Making it all on your own is one tough decision and requires a lotta guts and a lotta stamina, and with your fantastic talents, you could have chosen an easy paycheck since ANY shop is always thrilled to have you on the team!
BUT, you chose to be your OWN boss, and while “the paycheck” doesn’t come as easy, it’s so much more satisfying when it does, and you’re going to be a phenomenal success with both the huge payday AND the satisfaction that comes with being the Big Dog and the HMFIC! (I know you know what THAT stands for!)
I don’t have a lot in my life I feel sorry about, but I do have one thing for sure, and that is where we both live in relation to each other, because if we weren’t so many miles apart you’d be turning every bolt on all five scoots in my stable and every bolt on every scoot my buds ride, I’d see to THAT!
I’ll have to be satisfied with out-fitting myself and The Blonde Bombshell with those way-cool T’s you’re selling so I can spread the word out here in South Jersey that Chopper’s Garage is the place to go if a road trip is within a couple hundred miles of the final destination! It would be the best way-point I could ever plan!
Hopefully one day you’ll see me and the SJ Gang rolling into your lot for some mad times, but till then, my very best wishes to you an your family!
Like I told you on HDTalking, I’m not gonna wish you “luck”, cause Bro, a guy like you doesn’t depend on luck to “shape your destiny”, you MAKE your destiny through sheer determination, talent, and hard work. With what you’ve got, there’s no need for “luck”!
Hope to see you on the forum when you’ve got a spare moment! We all know how incredibly busy you’ve been, but know we’re all rooting for you and have all the confidence in the world you’ll make your shop the best there is!
Good looking site, congrats on being your own boss. Hope all goes well for you, will be looking to buy merchandise so I can advertise for you here in Florida Best of luck, Thanks for the friendship and yhe knowledge you have shared with me, Jack Klarich Slowriders RC
Sittin on this mountain in the snow above Williams, AZ. Checkin your pages again, like a number of times before. Great way to kill time and remember old times in Florida and other places. Birgit and I miss you both. Take care.
thanks for fixing up our bike everytime we need it fixed up. got more work coming your way soon. love the website though tina was a bit aggressive when she saw me looking at the girls a little too closely.