We are stoked for all of these guys! Job Well Done!

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Cycle Source Magazine, Coors and the Broken Spoke Saloon are proud to announce this year’s Next Generation Builders for Sturgis Bike Week 2010. Jason  Stritenberger and D.J. Jenkin of Court House Customs, Larry Pierce of Garage Company Customs and Daniel Donley of Pandemonium Custom Choppers. “All of these guys represent the Next Generation movement, they all are focused, driven and are producing top of the line motorcycles and parts.” stated Chris Callen.

All three builders will be displaying a motorcycle that represents them and their company on stage at the Broken Spoke Saloon downtown location. You will be able to meet and talk with the builder throughout the rally week. It all gets kicked off with Limpnickie Night at the Downtown Broken Spoke Location from 10pm -? When the whole Limpnickie Lot will roll in to celebrate the achievement of this new blood.

Jason Stritenberger and D.J. Jenkin of Court House Customs are two long time friends who have known each other since grade school.  In mid 2008 Court House Custom launched a new line of custom motorcycle parts designed and hand built by D.J. and Jason.  In November 2008 CHC finally gained national recognition when the CHC Triumph was featured in Cycle Source Magazine after it won best of show in a Cycle Source Bike Show.  In early 2009 Chris from Cycle Source offered CHC a spot as a advertiser in the Limpnickie Builders Manual.  This enabled them to get their ever expanding product line into the hands of thousands of potential customers.  D.J. and Jason continued to keep themselves in the spot light earning a 3rd Place win with the Glory Hole at the Easyrider Bike Show in Columbus in February 2009.   Also, in that same month Jason attended CJ Allen’s engraving class, enabling them to add motorcycle engraving to their scope of services.  After the win at the Easyrider Show, the boys traveled to the Horse Smokeout in North Carolina in May of 2009.   The Smoke Out proved to be a successful venture when The Dirty Sanchez and The Glory Hole were both picked as 2 of the 10 winners. Throughout 2009 they continued to travel the country attending many motorcycle events and spreading the word about Court House Custom and the Limpnickie Lot.  The future of CHC will be focused on offering continued service work from oil changes to engine building, expanding their line of quality custom motorcycle parts, building one-of-a-kind custom motorcycles and improving the efficiency of their powder coating processes .http://www.chcustom.com/

Larry  Pierce opened Garage Company Customs in July 06. Larry grew up in Birmingham Al, riding dirt bikes and racing cars. After giving college a stab, he came full circle back to what he loves – bikes. Garage Co. Customs, located in Pelham Al, can do everything from full service to customs builds, and all the motor and machine work in between.

Their bikes have a vintage old-school feel, steering clear of any Easter egg paint or neon lights. The motorcycles are as different as the customers that buy them, no cookie-cutter shit here. They range from American V Twin to Jap and British. Larry’s main goal when opening the shop, other than eating, was to build kick ass bikes and parts that real people with real jobs could afford.

All this hard work is done by Larry and Spenser Thomason. Spenser is the shops fab guy and the resident photographer. After making it through one of the toughest years for the motorcycle industry in recent times, Larry Pierce and Garage Company Customs are ready to make a name for themselves. For more information on Larry and garage Company Customs, please go to http://garagecompanycustoms.com/

Daniel Donley is the owner and operator of Pandemonium Custom Choppers since 1994. From the beginning PCC has been his part time gig as well as holding down a full time job. Through perseverance and hard work Daniel’s day had finally came and he is now concentrating on PCC full time. He is producing top shelf bikes what have caught the attention of Chris Callen during the past three years at Mountainfest. “This guy is solid. He‘s bike are always killer and he is a humble dude. No ego just straight forward but humble. An editor’s dream”.

The full service shop caters to Harley, V-twin and Metric line but if you talk to Daniel, “if it is a motorcycle, we can fix it”. They also operate a full paint shop, are producing a* top quality at a reasonable price parts line and creating a few builds that will make your head turn quickly for another peek. “I can’t thank Chris enough for his time, advice and friendship. To be considered as Limpnickie Lot member is huge. These guys are all great in their own way and I am honored to be apart. To be asked to be on the stage is mind-blowing and I think I am still is shock. To see more on Daniel and Panademonium Custom Choppers please go to   http://www.pandemoniumc2.com

Be sure to check out the main stage at the Broken Spoke Saloon  located at 905 Lazelle St In Sturgis, SD