Choppertown-The Sinners

A bike’s not finished until you put some miles on it with your bros.  Choppertown-The Sinners is probably the best motorcycle documentary I have ever seen (in my opinion, much better than “Easy Rider” or “On Any Sunday”). The DVD film by Scott Di Lalla & Zack Coffman is taking the viewer inside the world of an average guy building his bike from the ground up, the old fashioned way, with the help of his friends. Then you will ride with the Sinners of South california on their awesome motorcycles, lowriders and hot rods. Real life, real adventures (including a bar room brawl), real bikers, real brotherwood. Add to this great editing, superb original soundtrack, and you get 93 minutes of pure pleasure to satisfy any gearhead. Not convinced? I authorize you to leave this blog to log on to Choppertown. There, you can even watch a teaser before ordering your DVD. It comes with extra clips and bonuses including a 12-page full color booklet.    

8 Responses to “Choppertown-The Sinners”

  1. 1 ludo Jun 27th, 2007 at 1:59 pm

    Hello i am French and i am building a hot rod and its name is Sinners Spirit!!i Searching the logo of the Sinners for paint my carr. I ride a Harley motorcycle homemade. If you want a picture, no problem! Good bye

  2. 2 ray staw Oct 7th, 2007 at 3:03 pm

    your documentary was great i loved it the true spirit of a known sinner as i
    it is changed my outlook on life especially the sinners prayer thanks guys how would i get a t shirt i dont ride but but i do relate thanks ray

  3. 3 Reg chatwin Jun 13th, 2008 at 8:28 am

    hi i am a pro copper builder in birmingham england love all the moves you have dun look forward to more. i am trying to finde out what OAKLAND CONDITIONING 4Q is.

  4. 4 PaulM Aug 26th, 2009 at 4:17 pm

    Hi reg you fat f—-r 🙂

    hows mary and the kids?

    me and big mac still live in erdington

  5. 5 PaulM Aug 26th, 2009 at 4:21 pm


    they are either skateboarders or bike builders

    email me

  6. 6 Kev cole Apr 13th, 2010 at 11:21 am

    in reply to Reg Chatwin

    are you the same Reg who ran RHC chassis back kin the 80’s?


  7. 7 Andrew Gisby May 7th, 2010 at 6:00 pm

    Further to the question of Reg being THE Reg Chatwin of RHC fame, I’m interested if it is too.
    Heard Reg had moved his business to USA probably late ’80s. If so was this true and how did it go, would be good to hear how he/you got on and what you’re into now.

  8. 8 reg chatwin Jul 14th, 2010 at 2:08 pm

    back in uk building choppers

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