In This Issue:
The awesome October issue of Classic Easyriders takes you to Japan for a look back at the incredible Mooneyes Japan Custom Bike Show. Michael Lichter reminisces about what makes this one of the world’s truly epic motorcycle shows. He also visits amazing Japanese builders at their shops and joins them for mind-blowing rides. Then come with us to the United Kingdom for a kickass party known as the South West Chopperfest.
Out in the bike shop, we’ll offer up five fantastic custom scooters including Mike Morman’s 1976 rigid Shovel, Paul Wideman’s 1940 “Jane Doe” Knuckle, Rick Dozer’s 1916 J-model racer, Brad Gregory’s sexy Sportster, and Dave Viola’s old school Knuck.
All this plus a long overdue interview with a true biker legend, bike builder and painter Dave Perewitz, tech you can really use, killer In The Wind readers’ shots, and the very first David Mann painting that ever graced the pages of Easyriders.
It’s all scaring up a mighty fright in the outrageous October issue of Classic Easyriders!
On sale October 4th