As seen in the 2016 Fall/Winter issue of Street Chopper.
Jolene is an ode to the 1970’s Street Chopper / custom chopper world. The Honda 750 and many other Honda models were very popular to custom build into a chopper. Contrary to modern belief, there weren’t just Harley’s on the scene back then.
Built with a 1970’s Santee frame, Jammer front end and unknown NOS prism tank.
Skinny 21" Hallcraft rim laced to a Lowbrow minidrum front wheel hub. HD style 16” rear wheel with chrome Buchanan spokes laced to a stock Honda rear hub. Custom seat pan, sissy bar and many custom parts fabricated by Rawhide Cycles to build this period correct 750 chopper.
- Built by Brandon Wurtz at Rawhide Cycles
- Paint by Jack “Pacman” McCann
- Upholstery by Brandon Herzberg at Interior Revolution
- Chrome by Salt Lake Chrome and Global Plating
- Photos by Peter Lovera
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