Jason Wilson wants to get his chopper business, Sacred Steel Bikes, revved up and making money. So he’s hatched a plan to attract some high-rollers to the shop. He’ll build a chopper from a painting by famous biker artist David Mann.
Jason Wilson needs to build a statement bike to put his custom chopper shop, Sacred Steel Bikes on the map. He’s a union welder who doesn’t have money to spend on advertising so he hopes to generate buzz by landing the cover of Easyriders magazine.
Richard buys Aaron a 1942 Harley-Davidson WLA '45 with the aim of rebuilding the bike appropriate to its original era in order to participate in a vintage race on the New Jersey shore in just two weeks.