Danny “The Count” Koker didn’t need a TV show like his current History Channel show, Counting Cars, to make a name for himself. He already had as Count Cool Rider, horror movie host of Las Vegas’ KVCW’s Saturday Fright At The Movies, and a running legacy of building crazy cool custom bikes and cars. Count Cool Rider morphed into The Count and the rest is history.  
Published in Choppers
   Sometimes you have to ask questions that are stupidly obvious to get a stupidly obvious answer, but you have to do it anyway so you don’t end up looking stupid beyond all belief for not noting the obvious. Big surprise then that the familiar-looking Panhead you’re staring at (you’re staring even if you don’t really like the bike as it’s probably the most well-known motorcycle of any kind ever) falls under that unfortunate, but necessary line of stupidly obvious questions. 
Published in Choppers
   Hey dude, I just had one of those epiphany things flash through my head and blow my mind like it was 1999. When you think about it, featuring custom Triumphs on the biggest Harley dealer in the world’s web site sure shows how confident Barnett Harley-Davidson is about itself, the mother brand, and you, the general public. I doubt you’ll find very many other dealer web sites that even recognize that there might be other brands of motorcycles out there. Maybe it’s just because Barnett’s is not afraid to take trades regardless of what country it came from so they’re used to competing brands being around and about. It’s just nice that we can balance off our lovely V-twin features with something like this nifty orange 1967 Triumph TR6 bobber from Court House Custom in Washington Court House, Ohio.
Published in Non V-Twins