Wicked Women Choppers

If you haven't heard Wicked Women Choppers, perhaps you will be hearing more of them in the near future. The chopper company is owned a...

If you haven't heard Wicked Women Choppers, perhaps you will be hearing more of them in the near future. The chopper company is owned and operated by a lady, Christine Vaughn, of Herrin, Illinois, who designs, fabricates, and builds the bikes herself.

Visit Wicked Women Choppers online at: http://www.wickedwomenchoppers.com/

Last July she unveiled the first chopper produced by her company, the "Shady Lady", a bike designed to fit needs of a woman. Keeping in mind that the average woman is 5'5" tall, the Shady Lady’s drop-seat frame lowers the seating position while maintaining ground clearance and full range function of the rear suspension. That level of detail is carried out throughout the design.

The Shady Lady is powered by a Polished 96" S&S Motor with an optional 107" and 113" motors. Power is transferred to the rear wheel using a Rivera-Primo enclosed primary belt drive then through a 6-speed right-side-drive transmission. For connecting to the road, a 250/40 X 18" Avon Rear Tire is matched with a 120/70 X 21" Front Tire both mounted on RC Components "Wolverine" Chrome Billet Wheels, 8 1/2" on the rear and 3 1/2" on the front. Christine used the wider 120/70 on the front as opposed to the more common 90/90 to improve the bike's handling through corners.

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  1. I.m so excited I just finished this moto cycle paint job can't wait to send you a photo my friend Aralee just told me about this chick chopper stuff you'v started Allow me to introduce myself Iam June Krolikowski and I'v been painting motorcycles for 25 years
    Im in the middle of moveing As I sold my house in wash. I'v been in south east on Prince of wales for 3 yr and just finished a lime green grimreaper on a purple paint job with minny lime green frames I'll be back on line in one month I'll send something soon too cool!!!
    J krow@apt alaska. net 907-826-5849

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  2. I am so sorry to read of the tragic accident that took the lives of Shelly Smothers-Bonney, her daughter Kaylynn, Raymond Ruzich, daughters Jeseca and Ashley. God Bless them all. My heart and prayers go out to their family and friends.
    Blessings,
    Sandy Castor
    Carson City, Nevada 89705

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  3. I just come across wickedwomenchoppers.com site yesterday and was awestruck. What an idea, women made choppers just for women. We have needed this market a long time.
    I am trying to get a business started here in West Txas, I just might rethink and contact Christine about a dealership.
    It is tragic what happened to Shelly, Raymond and their daughters. My heart goes out to them.
    God Bless and have a great week.
    Anita Maddox AKA mrsmadduck
    mrsmadduck@suddenlink.net
    432-770-3210
    Owner in start-up phase of
    Madduck's Doorags & More
    Midland, TX 79701-7060

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