Rick Fairless

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Victory motorcycle customized by Fairless

Rick Fairless is a well-known figure in custom choppers. His business, Strokers Dallas, sells custom choppers. The shop and adjacent bar and grill he also owns in Dallas, Texas. There is also a Tattoo & Piercing Parlor on the same property.

Rick Fairless has a regular radio show on KRLD-FM in Dallas/Fort Worth: The Texas Hardtails Scooter Show.[1] He now produces the show from his shop and video podcasts can be seen at his website. Rick has appeared on Discovery Channel's Biker Build-Off and SPEED Network's Texas Hardtails. Examples of custom and theme choppers built by Rick Fairless are shown in the book Choppers: Heavy Metal Art.[2] In 2008, the William J. Clinton Presidential Center had an exhibit of bikes by famous custom builders, and two Fairless choppers, Coors and Bettie, were included.[3]

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  1. ^ "Texas Hardtails Scooter Show". 
  2. ^ Lichter, Michael (2004). Choppers: Heavy Metal Art. Motorbooks International. pp. 94–102. ISBN 0-7603-2053-5. 
  3. ^ "William J. Clinton Presidential Center Debuts Exhibit-on-Wheels (2008 Press Release)". 

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