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All of Americans best Classics, Chopper, Bobber and Customized or hot rod Baggers as photographed by Buck Lovell.

     TOOF DOCTOR BAGGER      A couple of  preview photos of Bart Samuelsons Covington Cycles City Bagger. Bart is a Spearfish, South Dakota resident who loves riding the highway and byways of the world famous Black Hills of South Dakota. See the complete story in an upcoming issue of BAGGERS Magazine at your local newsstand.  
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The COPY CAT PANHEAD  AFTER ALL… IMITATION IS THE MOST SINCERE FORM OF FLATTERY  Way back in the late 1960’s or early 1970’s an unknown builder produced the black Panhead Chopper shown here. This Black Panhead Chopper is typical example of the kind or style of custom motorcycle being created in that era by most bike builders be they a custom shop or a homebuilder. Few if any aftermarket parts or components were available for Harley-Davidson motorcycles at that time, so anythin...
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A REALLY BIG WHEEL…..  The owner of this motorcycle has yet to contact me with all the technical details of this two wheeler. It does have a really big wheel. I wonder what the roll-out is on that wheel-tire assembly. Ed Sullivan, the “Really Big Shew” guy would probably have invited the owner and machine onto his show if he hadn’t died 50 years ago, but I digress. The tire on the rear is a semi-truck tire….no duh there! The tire size? It’s a Michelin brand XOne XDN2 455/50 R 22.5……LOL,...
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   STATE FAIRGROUNDS RICHMOND VIRGINIA MAY 1930 Joe Petrali, Harley-Davidson factory sponsored racer and National Ten Mile Motorcycle Champion (30.50 Peashooters) is slated to defend his title Saturday May 30 at the State Fairground half mile oval. On the line waiting for the starter in the group photo are left to right; Joe Petrali, Harry Peizold, John Gustafson, Howard Ripple, Fred Toscani, and J.W. Young in this historical photos. And NO, the photos were not taken by me, Buck Lo...
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A REAL CHOPPER FROM 1963..... WHO WAS THE ORIGINAL BUILDER? By Buck Lovell  photos by Buck Lovell  I photographed this absolutely genuine and magnificent example of an original real deal  chopper of the 1960’s at a small motorcycle shop in North Hollywood, California. The photos were made around 1990. The shop was owned and operated by an 81 motorcycle club member named NZ. NZ has since returned to New Zealand probably because he was burnt out with the mind numbing con...
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