Meet the Inventor of the Chopper!

Mondo Porras has been dubbed, "THE INVENTOR OF THE CHOPPER" by his peers. As owner of Denver’s Choppers, he started building custom bikes with his partner Denver Mullins in San Bernardino, California in 1967.

Denver’s Choppers was instrumental in starting the custom parts after-market industry that flourishes today, supplying frames, custom choppers and especially its custom springer front ends. Denver’s Choppers started manufacturing parts for its own custom motorcycles and designing the stretch bikes that are in vogue today. Denver’s Choppers was the first company to manufacture the long down-tube stretch frames. What became known as the “Swedish Style” was actually Denver’s style. (There’s even a motorcycle club in Sweden called Denver’s Choppers, named after the long stretch bikes.)

Denver’s Choppers became famous worldwide in the early 1970s, and world-renowned bike builders have used its parts over the last three decades. Denver’s Choppers has been and will continue to be one of the leading trendsetters in the industry.

Mondo has been featured in motorcycle publications worldwide, as well as in hardcover books. Currently, Mondo is filming his own television reality show.

Click here visit Mondo’s website.

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