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Dice Magazine Digital (Issue 67)

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In partnership with Dice Magazine, we are proud to present the fully digital edition of the best garage-built chopper mag on the planet. 

After purchase you will be emailed a link to view instantly or download your copy of Dice Digital onto your device for offline viewing.

Length: 132 pages (same as print edition)

Additional features: Links to builder profiles on Instagram, product links, in-depth videos and interactivity

FORMAT: All digital *Viewable on Mac, PC, Cell Phone, Tablet, Android, even iPhone and iPad

About Dice Digital: A joint venture between Dice and Choppertown, Dice Digital features all the amazing photos and stories Dice has been bringing to you for over eleven years, but because of the magic of the Interwebs a rabbithole of links, videos, and content open up before you as you read. 

*Love a build and and want to connect to the builder?  Click his Instagram link and you can be in touch instantly. 

*See something in an ad that catches your eye?  Click the sponsor's link and you will be taken instantly to their site to get more information.

*Wish you could see the bike in action?  Every issue includes Easter egg videos planted throughout.  Just click the video icon and the video will play instantly right inside the magazine.

Issue 67 Contents:
004 Editorial.
006 Joey.
012 FMW.
018 VC.
026 Giddy Up TX.
030 My Annie Collins-Castillo.
034 21 Days Under The Sky.
042 Steven - MaKnuck.
048 Hell On Wheels.
054 Remy.
060 DSC - El Camino.
068 Dirty.
074 Dug Diggler.
082 Coffee Coffee LA.
090 Kingdom Of Kicks.
096 Jason.
100 Ornamental Conifer.
106 Elena.
110 Elonore.
114 Jared.
120 Path Thirteen.
128 10 Questions, Brandon MCD.

"I decided I wanted a Harley-Davidson when my dad plonked me on a carousel
Electra Glide on Eastbourne Pier when I was about four. Trouble was my brother
and I weren't allowed motorcycles because our mum worked in the local hospital
and told us all the horror stories about the bikers stretchered in with their heads
cracked open like eggs ...
But when an older kid up our road took me on the back of his Triumph Bonneville
when I was about 13, it was the most exciting thing that had ever happened to me.
The noise. The vibration. The speed. I knew then that motorcycles would be a
fundamental part of my life. I worked my way through all the usual Jap bikes, saving
enough eventually for a Harley. I wanted to be Chino in the Wild One. Then Terry
the Tramp. Living out So.Cal dreams on London's damp streets. And now old bikes
are my living; not always a good thing. But I will always have a bike in the garage:
I need to ride to be happy."
Guy Bolton - England.


To those who might wish to share or "torrent" this for free:

Please remember, we are not some huge company.  We are a just some guys making movies (and now digital magazines!) that we hope you will love.  Every time you buy from Choppertown you are supporting us and the independent builders and artists who created eveything you see on this site.  We trust you not to share the files with all your friends for free.  We try to price everything at a fair level, so please ask your buddy to buy something instead of copying!  Your support keep us going, and we couldn't do it without you.  We can't stop you from copying or torrenting; all we can do is politely ask you to enjoy the shows and magazines, and let other people find them the same way.  Thanks!

Stay independent,

Zack and Scott

One World Studios Ltd.


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