After drooling over the bikes in the parking lot, I headed back inside the Chopper Art Show. This panhead is yet another one of my local favorites and I've photographed it quite a few times before.
I liked the satin finish on this bike's rockerboxes. I'm assuming it was done with ScotchBrite. At the time I didn't even notice it was a pan-shovel. Very cool.
Back outside, people were still coming and going.
Right next to my bike was this awesome panhead, a '54 if I remember correctly. I was talking to the owner a bit about it. It turns out his name is Noot and he also writes a blog (click here). He rode up from Iowa for the show. I also saw his bike earlier this year at the Rochester Bike Show (click here for the post).
While I did stop back one last time later that day, I didn't take many more photos except for this Triumph. It may be the only Triumph I've ever seen with forward controls.
Well that wraps up the 2013 Chopper Art Show. A bunch of photos from the Rockers Spring Social are up next. "Finally!!!" says someone in a studded leather jacket.