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The need for speed.

Atlantic Canada's Fastest Harley Davidson.

Built, owned and operated by
Chopper Rods.
If it's speed and performance you're looking for, look no further.

Rod began his racing career in his late teens, building and racing anything Chevy, even taking the family's late '70's motorhome down the track on a bet (he won by the way).

Having given up racing cars, in the early 2000's Rod, once again feeling the need for speed, decided to try out bike racing.  At the shop, Rod, Mike, Marten and Skeeter designed and built the very same bike he is racing today. Since racing Harley Davidsons was virtually unheard of in Atlantic Canada at that time, the team really had no one local to lean on for advice.

With a lot of trial and error they eventually built what is currently the fastest Harley Davidson in Atlantic Canada with it's best time running 9.43 in the 1/4 mile.  The bike consistently runs in the 9's and 10's earning Rod a spot in both S&S Cycles' 9 and 10 second clubs.
Chopper Rods Inc
Shop Location
120 Melissa St
Richibucto Road, NB
E3A 6W1
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​But drag racing is contagious and soon the guys at the shop wanted in on the action and were all instrumental in bringing the Harley class to the Miramichi Dragway, their home track.  Mike is a consistent winner at the track, and Marten earned himself a spot in
S&S Cycles' 11 second club

Many if not most of the Harleys that have raced in the past and are still racing at the Miramichi track have been built and maintained by Chopper Rods over the years.  If you're looking for extra performance from your bike, or want to try it out on the 1/4 mile, Rod and his team have the experience and the expertise to help you get the most from your bike.

Check this video taken at the Greenfield racetrack to see how the Chopper Rods bike hooks up.  Yes they called him Justin all day.
photo credit: Brian Smith
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