Nebraska Cornhusker Chopper

Pooch's Custom & Theme Cycles is building a totally custom chopper commemorating the Nebraska Cornhuskers Championship years. Dav...

Pooch's Custom and Theme CyclesPooch's Custom & Theme Cycles is building a totally custom chopper commemorating the Nebraska Cornhuskers Championship years.

David Prochello, the man behind Pooch's Cycles, received approval from the University of Nebraska to build a chopper based on its brand and identity, and claims his company is the only one licensed to do such a chopper.

The new bike will be unveiled at the September 3rd opening day game at the Husker Nation Pavilion.

And you can buy it too! Prochello is auctioning off this chopper right now from his company's website. Proceeds will benefit the University Of Nebraska Athletic Department.

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  1. Proceeds are going towards the athelic department? When I read that sentance I was expectiting it to go towards the U of Nebraska children's hospital or something like that, but does the athletic department really need the $20K? I used to have respect for the Husker's sport teams but this is silly. How can a team with a stadium the size it is which sells out every game be hurting for money? A true biker would donate that to charity, not so that their star QB can fly first class.

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  2. in order to get lisenced the school automatically get a 10% royalty fee. We had planned to raffle the bike through Shriners which would have been a great benefit to the childrens hospital,but due to things beyond our control that isn't happening. We are however, trying to get the next bike setup through them already.Thank you for your prejudgemental condomnation.I ca always be reached through www.huskerchopper.com for questions or comments

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  3. Pooch.....we're you're famous and all, am I allowed to say "Yea...I knew him when?" =)

    Best of luck to you!!

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  4. And Dan Finken, Rayfin Custom Motorcycle Seats did the seat (out of actual football material).
    I just wanted to take credit for that...

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  5. Yea Rayfin you may have done the remake but thats only after they screwed Masters Saddle Repair Shop on the original.

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  6. Yes I redid the entire seat. I cut the logos out and sewed them into the cover I made from new football material that was supplied by Pooch's Custom Cycles. I also took the seat down to the bare pan and added all new foam and used black leather for the trim.

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  7. This is still going around on the internet and I just got it. Dave, it is AWESOME. You may not remember me, from way back when, we "worked" at the boys club together in the 80's. We are BIG Husker fans and even have a son that is attending UNL now. Wnated to say hello and congrats on the success of your business and thaks for the donation to the university. Best of luck!
    Laurie in Spirit Lake,IA now

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  8. I'm a big husker and bike fan and know there where more pic's but can't find them anyplace to open ron ranservice@yahoo.com

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  9. love the bike but only seem one pic's any more ranservice@yahoo.com Ron

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