Most of you may remember the peek of the chopper craze in the early 2000’s when a new episode of Discovery Channel’s Biker Build Off was the highlight of the week. Real bikers were already familiar with Indian Larry Motorcycles before this show became a hit, but those just getting into the custom motorcycle scene at that point were probably first introduced to Larry and his shop through TV.

Larry always held tight to that old school look and functionality of the 50’s-60’s style choppers and his crew was known for their elaborate fabrication abilities and no-nonsense attitudes. His motorcycles were truly works of art and recognized around the world.

Since Larry’s death in 2004, owner Bobby Seeger Jr. has continued working hard to keep the ILM brand relevant and to keep Larry’s legacy alive. Bobby and his crew have built Indian Larry Motorcycles into a powerhouse name and are still putting out beautifully crafted motorcycles in the same Indian Larry style as always.

In this episode, you’ll hear Courtney and Bobby talk about what goes on inside the shop on a daily basis, some bikes they are currently working on and the his plans for the future of the company.


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