Art Of The Bobber Book Features 49 Builders

During Biketoberfest I had the pleasure to join some of my fellow builders during the Rat’s Hole Show, to autograph the just released book Art Of The Bobber. Not only I am proud to be featured on the cover and also inside this book, but you also get pictures of the best Bobbers of 49 great builders. Before Choppers, there was the Bobbers. As these lean, mean machines come roaring back onto the scene in a big way, this book offers a look at where the Bobber came from, where it’s going, and what it’s all about.

With over 200 exclusive photographs of the most cutting-edge Bobbers, and biographies of the men and women who build these cool motorcycles. Edition includes a poster on the reverse of the book’s jacket. Pages: 224  Size: 10.5 w x 12 h. I am telling you: it’s time to begin your Christmas shopping  Art Of The Bobber will make any biker very happy..

5 Responses to “Art Of The Bobber Book Features 49 Builders”

  1. 1 Snake Alley Customs Oct 26th, 2006 at 2:32 pm

    Hey Cyril,
    You should have made it an even 50 with Snake Alley Customs’ “Bobbers on Steroids”.

  2. 2 Cyril Huze Oct 26th, 2006 at 4:19 pm

    I didn’t make the book. I didn’t decide the Bobbers to be featured in it. Next time.

  3. 3 Willy Nov 1st, 2006 at 1:38 pm

    Since when do bobbers and “hi-tech” belong in the same sentence? These bikes are “customs” not bobbers. Bobbers are stock bikes w/parts taken off, stripped down to basics.

  4. 4 Cyril Huze Nov 1st, 2006 at 3:26 pm

    Your definition is right. But, evidently, it’s a book about bobber style motorcycles, not about the bobbers of the past.

  5. 5 Chris Moyes Dec 15th, 2006 at 1:07 am

    I agree Cyril. I too have a couple bikes in there under Swift Motorcycles. I built a black bobber with bright red spoke wheels and classic whitewalls, a baby blue with white stripe, and a red version. All stemming from the original, but, nowhere close to it. I was invited to RATS HOLE at Sturgis and I wish I could’ve made it but didn’t. Anyway, the original bobbers set the trend, we as builders, especially in a whole different era use only what we need to accomplish the vintage touch combined with modern technology, and a whole lotta cool.


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