Wicked Choppers Holds Grand Opening of New Store and Showroom Today
Myrtle Beach Custom Bike Manufacturer to Hold Open House on June 25, 2005
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., June 24 -- It's moving day! Today, Wicked Choppers(TM) is moving its entire custom bikes shop and showroom to its new home at 4832 Hwy 17 Bypass in Myrtle Beach.
An Open House featuring the latest Wicked creations -- Storm, Legend, and award-winning Warlock -- and a special appearance and autograph session by Ms. Wicked Choppers 2005 Jennifer West is planned for 10:00 - 4:00 pm., Saturday, June 25, 2005.
Wicked Choppers is quickly positioning itself as one of the country's premier custom bike manufacturers. Among a number of recent accolades, their Wicked Warlock bike won Best of Show at the Easyriders Louisville, KY, bike show earlier this year. Custom Wicked Chopper bikes feature their exclusive, patented in-tank speedometer and tachometer that are built into the gas tank and light up once the key is turned.
"It's the hidden features such as this that make Wicked Choppers such special and individual creations," said Chris Shoemaker, CEO of Wicked Choppers.
"Each custom chopper that Wicked Choppers builds is done so with the owner in mind. From the design, fabrication, engine and rear tire size, each part flows in harmony," said Shoemaker.
"We build custom motorcycles for those who do not want the run of the mill bike. We will never copy another one of our bikes or someone else's. Each Wicked Chopper is an absolute original. If you want your bike to look like all of the others, you can just buy a Harley. But if you want to be truly unique, buy a Wicked Chopper."
"We have spent a lot of time in the designing stages of this bike so that each time you look at it you'll find something you never noticed before," said Shoemaker.
The new store will feature the factory where each custom-made bike is built, a showroom, clothing line and accessories. Miss Wicked Chopper Jennifer West will be signing free posters during the official grand opening Saturday.