Moto Cantina

Welcome to the worlds online chopper dive bar. Moto Cantina

A place I have most recently been calling my home away from home. A small online motorcycle community with an easy going, help your neighbor attitude. Got a tech question? Custom paint question? Just want to shoot the shit with like minded people? Know a really dirty ass joke? Moto Cantina is the place for you. No judgments, no one cares what you ride, as long as you ride. If you've been on two wheels all your life or just started up, this site will welcome you with open arms. And hey, they were even nice enough to write a blog post about yours truly.  

Click here to read the blog or join the forum!



Moto Lady

Custom points cover design for the one and only Moto Lady and her Dual Sporty Project. Check out her blog for more awesome pictures of this amazing build and some of my handy work.

Click Here for Dual Sporty Project Info and Pictures


Biltwell's Chopperfest 2014 Video

Check out Biltwell's video of the David Mann's Chopperfest 2014. If you got a quick eye you'l catch a glimpse of my custom GAS IT points cover for Moto Lady's Dual Sporty Project! And of course a shit ton of other awesome choppers!


Heroes Run

Some people build for fun, some for glory, some because they are hipsters and are killing time til the next fashionable thing comes along.  ChopCult members from Richmond, Virginia natives, Justin Spears and Joe Davenport do it for love and to help those in need.

When they contacted me about doing a gas cap and points cover for this beautiful raffle bike I couldn't say no. Two great guys, one beautiful bike and a great cause to help children suffering from Cancer.

Check out the article on Chopcult and save the date for the next Heroes Run!

DG Custom Cycle Shop Blog

The kind folks who build these awesome bikes at DG Custom Cycles took the time to ask me a few questions and share some of my work on their very cool blog. Check out these great Canadian talents and stop by there blog to see a write up about yours truly. DG Custom Cycle Shop Blog

But honestly, I'd spend more time looking at their custom work. Canadians know how to do it!