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LernerClassroom, Sep 1, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Chopper owners take pride in turning their motorcycles into one-of-a-kind machines. To personalize their rides, they remove unnecessary parts from the motorcycles and add everything from sissy-bars and ape-hanger handlebars to chrome parts and crazy paint jobs. In the end chopper owners create some of the coolest bikes on the planet. In this book you will discover where the term chopper comes from, what kinds of motorcycles make the best choppers, the difference between a chopper and a bobber, and where you can go to see classic and modern choppers.

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Matt Doeden received a BA in journalism from Mankato State University. After graduating, he worked as a sports writer for the Mankato newspaper, and then as an editor with a small children's publisher called Capstone Press. In 2003, he became a freelance writer and editor. He has written and edited hundreds of books on numerous topics including cars, sports, airplanes, geography, science, and math.

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