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RODS & RIDES MOTORCYCLE COMPANY 21699 County Road 3644 Saint James, MI 65559 USA
Rods & Rides builds bobber motorcycles and sells through out the entire world. We strive to be 100% USA made. The machines are built one at a time and are show winners at any show.
Chopper City USA 120 College Dr #A Orange Park, FL 32065.
Phone: 888.721.1969 Email: email@example.com
Chopper City® USA, LLC is Florida’s premier custom motorcycle company. Chopper City® is a licensed motorcycle manufacturer specializing in “one of a kind” custom and customized V-Twin motorcycles. Chopper City builds ground up motorcycles, customizes V-Twin & Metric motorcycles, services V-Twin motorcycles & sells parts & accessories for V-Twin & Metric motorcycles at great discounted prices.
Darwin Motorcycles, LLC 401 S. Blackwelder Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73108
Phone: 405-270-0995 Email: evolve@DarwinMotorcycles.com
“We partner with the best companies and use the highest quality components to build the Brass Balls Bobbers & Choppers. We support the American workforce and salute the American soldier. We are a Federally Licensed Manufacturer, listed with both the NADA guide and Kelley Blue Book.”
Chica Custom Cycles 7522 Slater Ave., #126, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 U.S.A.
Phone: 714-842-9587 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chica Custom Cycles is located in Huntington Beach, California, specializing in the old style of today – old school look using today’s technology. Chica hails from southern Japan. He started out as a Honda mechanic whose hobby was Harley’s. After a few years of turning wrenches for Honda, he started working toward his dream. He and few friends opened up Chica Motorcycle Service. They did mostly service work, not much custom work. But the ideas were brewing and when the opportunity came to move to the States, Chica packed up his wife and kid and moved to Diamond Bar, Calif., where he worked in a friend’s shop. After a year and a half, he decided he could build bikes on his own, bringing his designs to life.