LA Choppers Raising The Bars

During these last years LA Choppers has moved away from the custom bike building business and turned its focus to make what was one-off parts available to the public. As an extension of their existing line of handlebars was just added the “High Club” and “Mid Club” bars.

Nothing revolutionary, but these bars mimic the high-rising, aggressive looks popularized by the outlaw bike clubs, in an all inclusive one piece design. Available in Chrome or Black, they come drilled and slotted to work with stock Harley-Davidson and most after-market hand controls. The “High Club Bar” features a 13” rise, 5 ½” pullback and 29” width. The “Mid Club Bar” posts a 9.5″ rise. Looking good especially on Harley Dyna models but also fitting Sportsters and Softails. Tel:  714-274-4065. Online at: LA Choppers.

6 Responses to “LA Choppers Raising The Bars”

  1. 1 Howard kelly May 23rd, 2010 at 9:19 am

    Good to hear Johnny and the crew are still there….I always liked the work they did

  2. 2 charles truent May 23rd, 2010 at 1:34 pm

    Its about time that someone recognizes the in influence that the clubs have on the v-twin industry. With out the “outlaw coefficient” Harley would have never made it through the 90’s!Long live bad ass……

  3. 3 Just my .02 May 23rd, 2010 at 11:08 pm

    Isn’t LA Choppers just Baron’s alter ego anyway? Not LA Choprods, but LA Choppers…didn’t know they ever built a bike.

  4. 4 GRIP ACE - DIGITAL SWITCHES May 24th, 2010 at 10:31 am

    Nice Bars!!

  5. 5 tyler durden May 24th, 2010 at 1:33 pm

    LA Choppers has always done really sick parts! Google images has pics of some of the choppers they’ve done in the past….check em’ non believers. Who the F is Baron’s anyways?

  6. 6 mad$andy May 24th, 2010 at 4:37 pm is a brand that historically has been associated with metric parts and custom builds, but their website is linked to LA Choppers. Looks like there are some HD parts on the Baron’s site now…..willing to bet that is the works of the LAC side of things…….

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