- About Us
From the kid customizing his own bike alone in his garage, to world renowned restorations that sell for six figures, each bike, and builder has a story to tell. BLDR takes you into the garages and minds of eight of most talented and interesting builders who every touched a welder. All for the love of motorcycles.
1 - Jim Olsen
Amateur builder Jim Olsen turns a 1999 Harley Davidson into his dream chopper reflecting his life long love of motorcycles of every shape and size.
2 - Mike Meyers
A graphic designer and scooter enthusiast, sets out to build his first motorcycle ever and creates one of the most iconic cafe customs of all time.
3 - Shane
Whoever told you that you can't build a head turning custom chopper on a shoestring budget, obviously hasn't seen Shane's custom '74 Ironhead.
4 - Heroes
Serge left France to open a custom bike shop in LA. Now he restores 100-year-old, eye popping motorcycles and then sells them for a small fortune to that guy you just watched star in the latest action movie.
5 - Phillip
Phillip doesn't fit the mold of your typical custom motorcycle builder. He has more builds to his name than any other builder in the world. He has a style all his own and isn't afraid to embrace it.
6 - Lucky Wheels
Ty, Cam, and Jackson saw and need, people in crowded L.A. don't have the space to wrench on their own rides. Their solution, Lucky Wheels DIY Garage, has become the epicenter of the L.A. moto scene. From oil changes to ground up builds, to beer drenched bashes, they have you covered.
7 - Damian
If you can't find him in his garage shop, chances are, he's down at the super-moto track passing people as he salutes you with a wheelie.
8 - Greg
Greg doesn't build for the money and he's not out to get instagram followers. He is one of those guys who works on bikes for the pure joy of it. He does it because he loves it and each bike is a unique piece of iron art.
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Felt like I was watching a really well-produced series, and loved hearing from all of the different kinds of people that love building motorcycles as much as I do.
Loved all the different stories. Great flow to the editing!
Great stuff! I know it might be less common, but what about any women BLDRS?