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Author Topic: Chopper shop in AZ  (Read 428 times)


  • Grease Monkey
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Chopper shop in AZ
« on: June 17, 2013, 11:28:52 pm »
Ok Arizona Bulleteers...I'm out in Phoenix for a couple days before my wife and I head up to Las Vegas for our daughters wedding...we stopped in Holbrook last night and this morning we took a "shortcut" to Phoenix using 77 and US60...whilst driving through the scenic back country via Snowflake, Shu Low and Globe during a fairly uneventful portion of the drive not involving a lot of switch backs and elevation gain and loss....I spied a custom bike/chopper shop on US60...the sign mentioned snakes and cobras (lol)...but I didn't catch the name of the place...I should have turned around really but I didn't...so I'm wondering IF any of you guys/gals know of this place...or have taken your Bullet's back in the canyons up 60 and 77?
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Re: Chopper shop in AZ
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2013, 04:47:29 pm »
I haven't been thru that area for years so I can't answer your question.

There are some interesting twisties going that route but the high plains and lower desert along the route aren't as interesting to me as going the Snowflake, Heber, Payson route thru the Pondorosa pine forested area.

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