The 17th Annual David Mann Chopperfest went down this past Sunday, February 12, at the Ventura County Fairgrounds from 8am-4pm. If you were in town in search of choppers, you came to the right place. If you were searching for more than vintage iron, there were plenty of FXRs, Dynas and other customs on display. From long chops, short chops, middle of the road chops to full-blown Harleys with turbos, superchargers and more. Simply put, there’s always something cool to see at the Annual David Mann Chopperfest.
The event featured a very special Motorcycle Art Exhibit, an All Brand Antique and Custom Motorcycle Show; Custom Bike Builder Displays featuring World Class Bike Builders; Hundreds of Motorcycle/Culture Vendors; a New and Used Motorcycle Parts Swap Meet; Live Rock and Blues Bands, Food and Beer. General admission was only $15, Military with ID got in for $10 and kids 12 and under were free.
On Sunday, artists from around the world converged to pay tribute to the Norman Rockwell of the biker world – David Mann. There was plenty of custom culture art to purchase, so bring some coin to buy something for yourself or get your Christmas shopping done early. Special thanks to Russ Brown and Harley-Davidson for their ongoing support of the Chopperfest Art Show.