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Our September 2013 cover bike is owned by Bill Rothery, and his 2003 Panzer Chopper was selected as the winning bike at our Cover Bike Search at Gail’s Harley-Davidson in Grandview, Missouri. We had a great time shooting Gen on Bill’s bike for this month's cover, and make sure to check out our behind the scenes video from our photo shoot!



CC: Bill, what is your occupation?

Bill: I’m a maintenance mechanic.



CC:How long have you been riding?

Bill: I’ve been riding about 42 years.



CC:What was your first bike?

Bill: It was a 1967 Harley-Davidson Sportster 900



CC:How many bikes have you owned?

Bill: Two



CC:How many bikes do you currently own?

Bill: One. The chopper.



CC: What do you like most about your Panzer?

Bill: I like that it’s a rigid frame chopper.



CC: What is your most memorable riding experience?

Bill: Riding to Sturgis, because of the ride, the people and the experience.



CC: To what motorcycle clubs or organizations do you belong?

Bill: I belong to the Motorcycle Riders Foundation and Freedom of Road Riders (FORR).



CC: Which motorcycle rallies & events have you attended, and which is your favorite?

Bill: I have ridden to Sturgis, Bikes Blues & BBQ in Fayetteville, Bikers for Babies, Janey’s Ride, Wounded Warrior, Patriot Express Ride and Ride for the Cure. Sturgis and Fayetteville are the best!



CC: Do you have a favorite bike night location?

Bill: There are three I like. Gail’s Harley-Davidson, Worth Harley-Davidson and Kearney.



CC: Do you prefer riding in a group or by yourself?

Bill: Both. I like riding alone and with friends and family.



CC: Thanks for the interview Bill, and thanks for letting us shoot your bike for our September cover.



Interview by By Mike Schweder



Photos by Bruce Stimpson with Stimpson Photography.

September 1, 2013

2003 Panzer Chopper

Our September 2013 cover bike is owned by Bill Rothery from Kansas City, Missouri, and we photographed Gen, on his bike for this month’s cover.



Owner: Bill Rothery

City: Kansas City, Missouri



General

Year/Make/Model: 2003 Panzer Chopper



Engine

Make/Size (ci): S&S 107ci

Carburetor: S&S

Air Cleaner: S&S

Pipes: Vance and Hines



Transmission

Make/Model: Harley-Davidson 5-Speed

Shifting: Foot shift



Frame/Suspension

Rake: 38 degrees

Stretch: 4 inch

Swingarm: None

Rear Suspension: Rigid

Forks: Spyke

Extension: 4 inches over



Wheels, Tires & Brakes

Front

Type: Hallcraft

Size: 21 inch

Rim width: 3 inches

Tire: Dunlop

Brake: GMA



Rear

Type: Paughco

Size: 18 x 200

Rim width: 5.75 inch

Tire: Metzler

Brake: GMA



Finish

Color: Red w/flames



Accessories

Bars: 1 inch ape hangers

Risers: 1 inch

Hand Controls: Harley-Davidson

Headlight: J&P

Taillight: J&P

Gauges: Dakota Digital

Fuel Tank: 3 Gallon

Oil Tank: Paughco

Front Fender: 4 ½ inch

Rear Fender: 9 inch

Fender Struts: None

Pegs: J&P

Foot Controls: UMI

Seat: Panzer

Photos by Bruce Stimpson with Stimpson Photography.

For this month's issue, we invite you to take a look behind the Scenes at our October 2013 Cover Shoot video, which follows our October 2013 cover model Alex through her photo shoot and interview.



By Mike Schweder



Photos by Bruce Stimpson with Stimpson Photography.



Video by Randall “Sea Hawk” Hauk with Sea Hawk Media Productions.

Alex from Belton, Missouri is our October 2013 cover model. She took first place at our Cover Model Search on Saturday, July 27, 2013 at The Bar in Lee’s Summit, Missouri.

Alex does house cleaning, and her ambition is to be successful and to be the best mother possible. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends. When asked about turn-ons, Alex said “Tattoos!” On the flip-side, she told us that people with a lack of motivation turns her off. Alex also admits that she’s a sucker for men with a lot of tattoos!

When asked what the smartest thing is she’s ever done, Alex said “Becoming a mother!” When asked what the most stupid thing is she’s ever done, she said “I got my long-ass hair caught in my car door when I had a birthday cake in my hands!” LOL. Alex describes her personality as “Optimistic and bubbly!” We also asked her what people would say is her best attribute, and she said” My loyalty and my ass!” LOL.

Just for fun, we asked Alex to share some of her favorite things with our readers:



Favorite color: Pink.



Favorite food: Chinese.



Favorite drink (non-alcoholic): Coke.



Favorite drink (alcoholic): Margaritas.



Favorite Restaurant: Anywhere that serves margaritas.



Favorite actor: Tom Cruise.



Favorite actress: Jennifer Aniston.



Favorite TV show: Family guy.



Favorite band/artist: Haystack.



Favorite song: All By Myself.



Do you have pets? Yes.



Do you ride? Yes.



Do you own your own bike? No.



How long have you been riding on motorcycles? My whole life.



Do you prefer riding in a group or with just one bike? Groups!



Who are some of your closest riding buddies? Jessie & Ronnie.



What is your dream bike? A Harley-Davidson Softail Slim



What is your most memorable riding experience? Riding through Omaha, Nebraska with an old friend.



What is your least favorite riding experience? None. I’ve loved them all.



What motorcycle rallies & events have you attended? The Rattlesnake Run for Autism.



Do you have a favorite bike night hangout? No, I don’t really have one.



Tell us about your tattoos. I have 60 star tattoos starting on my neck and ending halfway down my hip. I also have the word “Beautiful” on my left hip and the word “Princess” on my lips.”



Do you have a favorite tattoo artist? Yes. Chris Keegan is extremely talented.



Is there anything else you’d like to share with our readers? Yes. I’m a KC Knockout!



Thanks for the interview Alex, and thank you for doing such a great job on our October 2013 cover!


Photos by Bruce Stimpson with Stimpson Photography.



Video by Randall “Sea Hawk” Hauk with Sea Hawk Media Productions.

Our October 2013 cover bike is owned by Paul and Stacey Evans, and their 2013 AHB Rat Bike was selected as the winning bike at our Cover Bike Search at The Bar in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. We had a great time shooting Alex on Paul and Stacey’s bike for this month's cover, and make sure to check out our behind the scenes video from our photo shoot!



CC: Paul, what is your occupation?

Paul: I have an office job as a Title Examiner.



CC:What are your hobbies?

Paul: I've been around dirt circle track racing my entire life. My dad and I used to do it. I enjoyed it, but the expense just got out of hand. We still have one car left that we teamed up on and my dad is going to run it some eventually. I also enjoy football and basketball. My family and I are huge Chiefs and KU fans. My oldest stepson is in high school now, so we go watch him play football and basketball for the school too. My youngest stepson does Taekwondo, and he usually goes to a few tournaments a year throughout the Midwest. I like trying to fish, but I suck at it. I'm also into any kind of custom vehicle, whether it be lowriders, hot rods, 4x4's, or rat rods.



CC:Why do you ride?

Paul: I'm stealing this answer from the last time I was in your magazine, because it's exactly how I feel. There is no feeling in the world like getting on a motorcycle and taking off down the road. When I’m on the bike I have nothing else on my mind. I don’t worry about what bills I have to pay or what I need to fix at the house. I get to focus on the bike and the chance to enjoy my surroundings. There isn’t a worry in the world when I’m on my bike.



CC:How long have you been riding?

Paul: I started riding on the streets when I got my first bike at 18, but I started riding mini bikes when I was 5.



CC:What was your first bike?

Paul: Like I said, I had a mini bike when I was 5. My parents didn't have much money back in the day, but being a typical kid, I wanted a cool new dirt bike. They couldn't afford to get me a newer dirt bike, but they did what they could, and got me an old 1970 or 1971 Kawasaki 100cc Enduro when I was about 10. I ended up loving that bike. I learned all about shifting and what real power was on it. I got my first street bike at 18. It was a 1989 Ninja 600. My mom actually took me to buy it. At that time, my dad wanted nothing to do with me having a bike. He's come around now though.



CC:How many bikes have you owned?

Paul: I’ve owned 4 bikes. The Ninja, a 2001 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200C, a Harley-Davidson 2007 Street Glide, and the Rat Rod.



CC:How many bikes do you currently own?

Paul: I currently own 2 bikes. My Harley-Davidson 2007 Street Glide that was featured in the Readers & Their Rides section of Cycle Connections in April 2007, and my new rat rod bike; better known as 'Attention Whore.'



CC: What do you like most about your Rat Rod?

Paul: I love how unique it is. I love to be different, and I love attention. My wife says I'm an attention whore, so that's what I named this bike when I was designing it with Todd Anglani.



CC: What is your dream bike?

Paul: To be honest, I have both of my dream bikes for now. I've been working on the Street Glide since I've had it. It's never done, so I'm always making it the way I want it. The rat bike is exactly what I wanted. Todd and I kicked ideas around for almost a year before he built it for me; however, I still want to build a bike with my dad. That would be my ultimate dream bike. Hopefully we'll get the chance to build one together someday.



CC: What is your most memorable riding experience?

Paul: My wife and I were at the Jackyl concert at Full Throttle in Sturgis this year. It had been pouring down rain for hours. We rode Attention Whore there because we were at the Buffalo Chip all day for the Rat's Hole Bike Show. My wife was body painted with Rat Fink on her, so she matched the theme of the show and our bike. When the concert was over, we had to leave and ride Attention Whore about 10 miles back to the campground in the pouring rain. Our friend Danny Brooks gave my wife a jacket to wear. She jumped on the fender and we took off. I could hardly see anything. The 26 inch front wheel was roostertailing water over the top of me and my wife. It was pretty crazy, but we made it. I even went thru the McDonald's drivethru at 1:30 a.m. with her on the fender in the pouring rain. I still hear about that. I figured we were already soaking wet, so a little more rain wasn't going to hurt us.



CC: What is your leaest memorable riding experience?

Paul: I don't really have one anymore. Even on rides where things have gone bad, they seem to turn out OK in the end. Don't get me wrong, I've had some rides and events that didn't go too good, but my best buddy Jason Weidman told me those are the ones that just give us stories and something to talk about. He said they always make the journey exciting. That's no joke! He and I have had some exciting journeys over the years. The good thing is, he's always been a part of them and has always been there to help me out.



CC: To what motorcycle clubs or organizations do you belong?

Paul: None.



CC: Which motorcycle rallies & events have you attended, and which is your favorite?

Paul: We do a lot of local charity rides. Some good friends of ours put on the Special Olympics Ride 'Jimmie's Miles for Medals' and another group of friends puts on the St. Joe Bikers For Babies® ride. We do what we can to help support their rides. We usually do the KC Bikers for Babies® ride too. My dad started a guys' getaway weekend several years ago with just him and I. It's grown over the years to where we have a pretty big group of guys going now. It's always a good time. I've been to Daytona for Bike Week and we've gone to Sturgis the last few years. Sturgis is my favorite. The riding is beautiful, and the people are great. Plus, there’s always something going on up there!



CC: Do you have a favorite bike night location?

Paul: This year it was American Garage. I really like the atmosphere there and all the car parts they use for their decorations. That garage theme is awesome. If you haven't been inside, stop by and check it out. I also want to give a shout out to some other good bike nights though. We've had great times at The Bar, Dirty Harry's and Charley's Roadhouse.



CC: Tell us about your tattoos?

Paul: I stole this answer from the last article too because I haven't got any new tattoos yet. I pretty much have a half sleeve on my left arm, from my elbow down. It’s kind of my racing background theme. Someday I want to finish up the rest of that arm and then do my right arm with a motorcycle theme. I have more tattoos on my chest, back, neck, and the top of my right arm, my right ankle and another on the side of my lower right leg. The one on the side of my leg is my favorite. It’s a portrait of my brother Jimmy, who was killed in a car accident.



CC: Do you have a favorite tattoo artist?

Paul: My tattoo guy moved away several years ago, so I've been looking for a new one. My buddy Doc Thomas aka 'Joker' told me how good Weird Harold is from Weirdo’s Tattoos in Belton, so I'm going to give him a try.



CC: Do you prefer riding in a group or by yourself?

Paul: I prefer to ride in a group. I'm a people person. Anybody that knows me knows I love to talk and hang out with different people.



CC: Who are some of your closest riding buddies?

Paul: We've got different groups of people from all over the metro area that we're fortunate enough to ride with. Stacey and I are blessed with awesome friends and family that ride with us. My mom and dad both have their own bikes, and I love it when they get to go riding with us. Their friends 'Cracker' and Patty have rode a lot with us over the years too. The Oak Grove group is usually Jason aka 'V-8' and Christina Weidman, Stacey's mom Debbie and stepdad Jack, Bret and sometimes Scott if he actually gets his bike out. Bryce my youngest stepson, actually gets to ride with me more that Stacey does for now. The Grain Valley group is Danny 'The Ultimate Biker' Brooks, Doug & Naomi, Chris & Dana, Eddie & Tisha and all of their friends. The Lee's Summit (with some Independence/Grain Valley mixed in) group of Sean & Robin, Tim & Ronna, Josh & Erin, Scott & DeAnna, Mike and all of their friends. Then there is the Independence group of Danny, Dave, Doug, another Danny, their friends and of course Uncle Bobby and Aunt Sue. Our St. Joe buddies are Forrest & Gina, Joe & Angie and their Southside crew. The Holden crew of Darin & Kellie and Jeff & Kim. I can't forget about my Kansas group either, even though we don't get to ride with them that much. Darren & Gaila, Rick & Val and all of their friends. I'm sure there are others that I'm forgetting....sorry.



CC: Thanks for the interview Paul, and thanks for letting us shoot Attention Whore for our October cover.

October 1, 2013

2013 AHB Rat Bike

Our October 2013 cover bike is owned by Paul and Stacey Evans from Oak Grove, Missouri. Their bike took first place at our Cover Bike Search on Saturday, July 27, 2013, at The Bar in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. We had a great time shooting Cover Model Search winner Alex on their bike for this month’s cover.



Owner: Paul and Stacey Evans

City: Oak Grove, Missouri



General

Year/Make/Model: 2013 After Hours Bikes (AHB) Rat Rod

Name of Bike: Attention Whore

Fabricated by: AHB

Assembled by: AHB

Assembly time: 10 months. Todd and I designed it for about a year before it was built.



Engine

Make/Size (ci): Ultima 113ci

Carburetor: Ultima

Air Cleaner: S&S

Pipes: AHB custom flamethrower, which shoots a flame over 15 feet in the air (see photo below).



Transmission

Make/Model: Ultima 6-speed w/3 inch open primary

Shifting: Foot shift



Frame/Suspension

Frame: AHB. There’s no kickstand, so the frame lies on the ground.

Swingarm: None. It’s a hardtail

Forks/Suspension: Car air shocks



Wheels, Tires & Brakes

Front

Type: Ride Wright Fat 50 w/custom graffiti

Size: 26 inch

Tire: Vee 'The Monster' Whitewall

Brake: None



Rear

Type: Ride Wright Fat 50 w/custom graffiti

Size: 18 inch

Tire: Firestone 'Milk Truck' 7.50 - 18 Rat Whitewall



Accessories

Bars: Flipped upside down

Risers: Longer bolts w/nuts as the spacers. I was too short for the original setup, so I had to modify it.

Headlight: Old spotlight from a car/truck

Gauges: Corona bottle for the fuel gauge. There are no other gauges.

Fuel Tank: Chevy big block V-8 valve covers

Oil Tank: Mooney

Front Fender: None

Rear Fender: Custom AHB fabricated steel w/pinup girl painted on it

Fender Struts: Connecting rods

Pegs: Connecting rods and valve springs for the passenger pegs

Seat: Brake rotor



Other Info/Specs

There are way too many details on this bike to even begin listing them all. The bike was pinstriped by Jokers Kustom Pinstriping out of Harrisonville, Missouri, and my 11 year-old stepson Burnout (Bryce Jones). Joker (Doc Thomas) has been teaching Burnout how to paint and pinstripe this year. We owe Joker a huge thanks for doing this!



There are still a few things we're doing to the bike. We've had a pretty trick sound system for it since before I even got the bike, but we haven't installed it yet. We want to make sure it's perfect before we put it on there. Kyle Moody from Moody's Garage is making a badass leather tool bag for it. Yes, when you ride a custom bike, especially a rat rod, you're going to run into issues here and there that you have to fix while on the road.



I always get asked if I ride the bike. Yes, I ride it. I live way out in the suburbs, so I have to ride it about 20 miles any place I go. Usually when I take it out, I put about 60 miles on it. The most I've ridden in one day is about 120 miles. I've put around 1500 miles on it since the end of April, 2013. I've rode it in the rain a few times; not by choice though. My wife has ridden on the rear fender 100+ miles on a few tripst. Yeah, she's a bad biker chick. Ha, Ha, Ha! The bike rides better than most people think it would, and it's more comfortable than it looks, which is why I always tell people to sit on it.



Photos by Bruce Stimpson with Stimpson Photography.

Our November 2013 cover model is Melissa from Lee’s Summit, Missouri. She took first place at our Cover Model Search on Saturday, September 14, 2013 at The Bar in Lee’s Summit, Missouri.

Melissa is a Bartendress and stay-at-home mom. When asked about her ambitions, she told said “To finish nursing school and to be the best mom ever.” In her spare time, Melissa enjoys working out at the gym, playing volleyball, going to the lake, running, dancing, and hanging out with friends. When it comes to turn-ons, she said “Someone with a good personality and a good sense of humor.” On the flip-side, Melissa told us that “Assholes” turns her off. She also admits that she’s a sucker for ice cream.

When asked what the smartest thing is she’s ever done, Melissa said “Quitting my day job to stay home and take care of my daughter.” When asked what the most stupid thing is she’s ever done, she said “Quitting school.” Melissa describes her personality as “Fun!” We also asked her what people would say is her best attribute, and she said” My legs.”

Just for fun, we asked Melissa to share some of her favorite things with our readers:



Favorite color: Green.



Favorite food: Mexican.



Favorite drink (non-alcoholic): Energy drinks.



Favorite drink (alcoholic): Beer.



Favorite Restaurant: Maggie's Authentic Mexican Foods in Lee’s Summit, Missouri.



Favorite actor: Will Ferrell.



Favorite actress: Katherine Heigl.



Favorite TV show: Friends .



Favorite Movie: Bridesmaids



Favorite band/artist: Jason Aldean.



Favorite song: That's My Kind Of Night by Luke Bryan.



Do you have pets? No.



Do you ride? Just on the back.



Do you own your own bike? No, but I would like to.



How long have you been riding on motorcycles? 12 years.



What is your most memorable riding experience? They are all memorable.



What is your least favorite riding experience? Burning my leg twice within the same five minutes.



What is your favorite bike night hangout? Thursday night at The Bar in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. There’s always good music and a pretty cool bartender (me).



Thanks for the interview Melissa, and thank you for doing such a great job on our November 2013 cover!



Interview by Mike Schweder



Photos by Bruce Stimpson with Stimpson Photography.

Our November 2013 cover bike is owned by Jason Kling, and his 2012 Harley Davidson Street Glide took first place at our Cover Bike Search on Saturday, September 14, 2013 at The Bar in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. We had a great time shooting Cover Model Search winner Melissa on Jason’s bike for this month’s cover.



CC: Jason, what is your occupation?

Jason: I’m a Project Manager at Burns & McDonnell.



CC:What are your hobbies?

Jason: Outside of riding, I also trap shoot., and enjoy shooting at the Lake Lotawana Sportsmen Club.



CC:Why do you ride?

Jason: It is hard to explain the fun of riding unless you ride. It is something fun that the wife and I have enjoyed together for years, going to bike nights, riding with friends and going to rallies. It is also great meeting new people that all have the same common interest of riding.



CC:How long have you been riding, and what was your first bike?

Jason: I’ve been riding for almost 20 years. My first bike was a 1981 Honda CB900 Custom that I bought while in college. When I bought the bike I had never ridden before. I didn’t even know where the clutch or the brake was. A good friend of mine got me started and showed me were first gear was, and off I went.



CC:How many bikes have you owned?

Jason: I’ve owned four total. The 1981 Honda CB900 Custom, a 2003 Honda Sabre, a 2002 Harley-Davidson Deuce, and my 2012 Harley-Davidson Street Glide.



CC:How many bikes do you currently own?

Jason: Just my Street Glide'



CC: What do you like most about your Street Glide?

Jason: The paint job was the first thing we noticed online. The bright orange really caught our eye, but when we saw it in person for the first time, the detail was amazing. As you look closer you’ll notice the details of the lace paint job with flames. It is perfectly outlined with tons of pin striping. The bike flows from the 26 inch wheel all the way to the stretch bags and fender.



CC: What is your dream bike?

Jason: I would have to say I am riding it now. It’s a head turning bike and great to ride, but I can never forget my first Harley, the 2002 Deuce.



CC: What is your most memorable riding experience?

Jason: Going to Sturgis for the first time in 2004. I rode all the way up through the entire state of Nebraska in the rain and rode back nonstop.



CC: Which motorcycle rallies & events have you attended, and which is your favorite?

Jason: Sturgis in 2004 and 2008, Bikes, Blue and BBQ in 2011 and 2013, Lake of the Ozarks Bike Fest, HogRock, and Ralph Wayne’s Backyard Nationals.



CC: Do you have a favorite bike night location?

Jason: My wife and I love going to Russo’s, The Bar, and The American Garage. All three are great local bike nights in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. These places are always a good time with great people.



CC: Who are some of your closest riding buddies?

Jason: I’d like to give a shout out to Ruble, Huttenlocker, and Shanks.



CC: Thanks for the interview Jason, and thanks for letting us shoot your bike for our November cover.



Interview by By Mike Schweder



Photos by Bruce Stimpson with Stimpson Photography.

Our November 2013 cover bike is owned by Jason Kling from Lee’s Summit, Missouri. His bike took first place at our Cover Bike Search on Saturday, September 14, 2013 at The Bar in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. We had a great time shooting Cover Model Search winner Melissa on Jason’s bike for this month’s cover.



Owner: Jason Kling

City: Lee’s Summit, Missouri



General

Year/Make/Model: 2012 Harley Davidson Street Glide

Fabricated by: The Bike Exchange in Gastonia, North Carolina



Engine

Make/Size (ci): Harley-Davidson 103ci

Air Cleaner: Chrome PM

Pipes: Vance & Hines Big Radius



Transmission

Make/Model: Harley-Davidson 6-Speed

Shifting: Foot shift



Frame/Suspension

Make/Model: Harley-Davidson with a 12 degree rake

Rear Suspension: Arnott Rear Air Ride



Wheels, Tires & Brakes

Front

Type: 26 inch Renegade Cinci

Rotor: Chrome Renegade Cinci

Rear

Type: 18 inch Renegade Cinci



Other Specs

Custom LED Accent Lights



Other Information

The wife and I had been talking about buying a custom street glide. One Sunday afternoon while hanging out on the back patio we were looking online and noticed this bike. We called The Bike Exchange on Monday morning and ended up buying the bike that day. We didn’t sleep for a couple nights after we bought the custom bagger sight unseen. We decided to drive to North Carolina to pick it up and meet the guys that created the bike in person rather than having it shipped. After a 15-hour road trip to N.C. the bike was even better looking in person. It was great meeting the fabrication and paint guys. The paint guy said this was his first time doing a lace paint job and even used the curtains from his living room. I must say I think he knock it out of the park. After 2 hours at the shop we loaded up the bike and got back on the road for our 15 hour ride home. The people at The Bike Exchange were great to work with and good down to earth people. Although I enjoyed all 30 hours in the car with my lovely wife, I think I’ll have the bike shipped next time.

Photos by Bruce Stimpson with Stimpson Photography.

For this month's issue, we invite you to take a look behind the Scenes at our December 2013 Cover Shoot video, which follows our December 2013 cover model Ty through her photo shoot and interview.

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