The Mission

To provide you with our custom hand made parts to build your dream bike.

The Shop

Before a part is listed in my shop, whether it be a vendor part or a custom creation by me and my team, I use and test them on my own personal bikes. Once a part earns the Old’s Cool Choppers’ seal of approval, they get mass produced and sold in my shop. I have shipped my full frames, tail sections and other custom motorcycle parts to clients all around the world, from the UK, to Canada, to Australia, etc..

With my skills & experience, I’m confident that if you’ve got a dream bike, together we can make it happen.

The Staff

Along this journey I’ve come across a few folks that share my interests and that I call my friends (until they piss me off).

Tim Roberts, "the full support team".
He has been there from the very start (including every injury, lol). Ever since I pitched the idea of running my own motorcycle shop, Tim has helped me in more ways than I can remember, from assisting me with managing and setting up the shop to being my mental therapy specialist when I mess up a weld every now and again.

Luis Gararza, “the finisher” and owner of Mara Finishes.
Luis brings his creativity and the shiny to the team. Without his skill & support, most of the bikes in the shop would just be primed black.

Saul Soto, "the techy".
He handles the shop's website and advertising. I’d still be stapling paper to telephone poles without him.

John Bochinis, "the historian".
He knows more about the history of motorcycles than anyone I know. I rely on him for his vast knowledge of motorcycle history and for his unique vision when it comes to making the old school cool.

Rick Erixon, "the builder".
The quintessential motor builder, a real technical mind. He's a man who can find a random bolt or tab in a drawer and know exactly what year and bike it's from. Rick builds our power plants and keeps them tuned.