It’s called the BYOB (Build Your Own Bike). An idea of JC & Jimmie at Three Two Choppers. The program is for all those who have thought about building their own motorcycles but don’t know how to start. You know how to turn a wrench, but don’t feel you have all the knowledge needed to build yours. Do you talk yourself out of a project because you don’t have the tools? Three Two Choppers has started a mentor program that allow customers to come to the shop and be involved in the process under professional direction and supervision.
Wether you want to build a ground-up custom or modifying your existing motorcycle, their program takes you from initial design to final assembly while teaching you metal working techniques, lathe, mill skills, parts fabrication, welding if interested, electrical wiring, etc. The shop guides you in the safest and most sound possible way. So, do you think it’s a great “give back attitude”, a good business to benefit both the shop and all amateur builders? As a shop are you interested to offer such a “Build Your Own Bike” program? And as a retail client interested to use such a service if offered by your local custom shop? Three Two Choppers.