Internet Domain Name Chop Magazine Is For Sale

“Cyril…. I know you don’t normally post things for sale, but I am hopeful that someone in your community would be excited to acquire the internet domain name Chop Magazine for their interests.

I have received a lot of emails about selling in the past and until now, have not been interested.

My intent was to go big with Chop Magazine but I have too many motorcycle related ventures and cannot dedicate the time to building up a magazine (print or online) and hope that someone who is really passionate about the Chop Magazine brand can benefit. This is not a quest for money, I really do want to see someone do something with (what I think) is a great domain name. I would even consider HD parts in trade if someone wants it but cash is an issue. If interested, please call 206-446-9799 or email me directly at: or you can bid directly on Ebay. Thanks Cyril and take care” Eric Mauer Chop Magazine

9 Responses to “Internet Domain Name Chop Magazine Is For Sale”

  1. 1 Michael Jul 12th, 2010 at 9:53 am

    Peut-être que ce serait un bon nom de domaine pour un marché de la viande!

  2. 2 willie Jul 14th, 2010 at 4:21 pm

    there is already a magazine called chops ,cochise chops out of florida

  3. 3 Eric Maurer Jul 14th, 2010 at 6:21 pm

    there is that one, The Chop Mag in AZ, someone is Deleware with a blog, a band in the UK The Atlanta Braves Fanclub, and I am sure the list goes on….. The domain is being offered up so one of these other guys/gals can do something with it. Really one of these other pubs, sites, etc. should grab it up for their use before a Ginsu knife company or a helicopter blog or a vasectomy clinic does. 🙂

  4. 4 Dick Gazinia Jul 15th, 2010 at 9:04 pm

    Has anyone on the Cyril Huze blog (Cyril included) made time between Junior-bashing and MoCo ball-cupping to check out chopper cult

    It’s pretty damned good.

    “Chop” magazine (the printed kind) isn’t likely to sell for very much. The print game in today’s chopper scene is already glutted with titles, most of which read like the sycophantic ramblings of the illiterate and the inane.

    Easyriders isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on. Too many bloated billet barges, trailer queens, dated rally rehashes and the like.

    The Horse is popular, but so is shitting—does anyone want to be caught with a turd on their coffee table? If the Horse were my only source for motorcycle information, I’d have gotten into RC cars a long time ago. Hammer—stop ranting about politics and start writing about motorcycles. Englishman’s prose is moribund at best, and stilted to the extreme.

    Cycle Source is a full meal, and Chris Callen’s passion seems focused on growing segments of the new scene.

    As I see it, online resources like CYB, Chop Cult, XLForums and the Jockey Journal are shaping the battlefield like no print rag available.

    Thanks to the internet, marketing, media and communication are a two-way street. If you aren’t on the cyber sidewalk, you’re going to get steamrolled into oblivion.

    That means you, Quick Throttle!

  5. 5 Eric Maurer Jul 15th, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    damn Dick…. I could not have said it better myself. As a matter of fact…. like the best journalists ;| I am going to steal your words and repost, all over the place, as my own.

    Well Said!!!!!!

  6. 6 Eric Maurer Jul 15th, 2010 at 10:17 pm

    hey Dick… next time, use your real name so I know who I am stealin words from 🙂

  7. 7 Nick Dec 24th, 2010 at 11:40 am

    I wandered in here, hoping to find links that might tell me whence has gone, which seems to be AWOL. I was recently re-reading my last issue of The Chop, wherein J’nell expounded that she was taking the mag to an annual digest format. My wife inquired whether that had been done, and not knowing, I set out to discover for myself. Lo and behold, Mark and Janelle are nowhere to be found!

    Thus ends, again, my hope for a decent underground bike mag. I still have all seven issues of Chopper Underground, all three (“All”, he said with a snort!) each of The Chop and Lowside, and a handful of Motorcycho, what’s still available anyway. RIP, all you titles.

    I have no interest in the news-stand rags such as ER and THBC; too many ads, too many simpering tarts with clean tools, packed with silicone and not enough clothing, too many primping chrome sissies, and not enough meat to keep a garage chop fan going. I do prefer a print rag to digital- the laptop overheats when I take it to read in bed.

    C’est la vie. The chop craze ‘died’ in the 80s, and now again. Perhaps it will come back around ere I die, but I’m not holding my breath to hasten the date of either!

    Oh, and the King’s English is never out of style, merely unpracticed by plebes.

  8. 8 Nick Dec 24th, 2010 at 12:21 pm

    Should be (Medusa) MIKE and JANELL at the end of the first paragraph, don’t know why I said “Mark and Janelle”. My mind must be slipping in my dotage!

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