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Motorcycle fans should mark their calendars for a coming exhibit at the Clinton Library -- Art of the Chopper, a display of 30 customized bikes based on the book shown. It opens Sept. 20.

CLINTON LIBRARY NEWS RELEASE

September 20, 2008 through February 8, 2009
Art of the Chopper
 
Based on the best-selling books, Art of the Chopper and Art of the Chopper II, by Tom Zimberoff, this exhibit will feature 30 of the finest, most exceptional, custom motorcycles ever displayed.
 
The exhibit will also include an extensive photo gallery of each builder’s creations and will provide an in-depth analysis of that builder’s design philosophies and unique style.
 
Rolling sculptures that capture the American spirit---not to the missed!
 

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