Chopper Art Show 2 was very similar to last year with choppers, art, and vendors at the Minneapolis Armory.
Choosing a favorite bike is like trying to choose between Coke and Pepsi.
On the one hand, Coca-Cola has nostalgia, Americana, and its cocaine-rich history working for it.
On the other hand, Pepsi is newer, flashier, and supposedly the choice of a new generation.
In the end, people that say one is way better than the other are full of shit. If you ask me, booze tastes just as good in either one... What the hell was I talking about?
Anyway, there was a lot to look at.
Brunette on a bobtail:
Absolutely wicked sissy bar:
Evil Ironhead Sporty:
I even got photobombed while taking pictures. I do enjoy a good photobomb. Middle fingers in the air with the smiles might have been funnier but the smiles do a nice job straddling the line between downright wholesome and downright scary.
I had seen a few of those bikes before but this panhead was new to me and it really stood out. So freakin' cool.
I'm not even close to done with the Chopper Art Show but some pics from the Rockers Spring Social are up next. Like I said, I bounced back and forth between shows. Expect my posts to do the same.