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The daily grind has gotten real, and It's been a while since I've had the chance to write about the happenings here in the shop. The CNC machine was (and still is) almost constantly moving and shaking while Dad sprints the 150 feet from the back to the front of the shop to pack up finished parts between cycles. Adventure vans have been purchased and sold, and new parts' prototypes designed and tested. Not to mention a little bit of progress on the sidecar bike project on the side. With all of this swimming in my head, I decided to pull...

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Last weekend, LC Fab jumped on the road again and this time, traveled down to North Carolina for the Congregation Vintage Car and Motorcycle show. It poured rain the entire trip, which I still can't decide whether or not it was good luck or bad luck. Either way, this show was not a disappointment. The Congregation was housed in an upcycled Ford factory in Charlotte, with plenty of room for sportsters and hot rods of all shapes, sizes, and styles. LC Fab supplied a Mini Ham Can to the raffle bike built by Prism Supply, which gave us the rights...

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It's the moment we have all been waiting for. The sun is shining and the temperature is at least attempting to rise. Today marks the official start of spring,  which means we have survived yet another long, cold winter. To no surprise, I am exhausted. Spring is probably the busiest time of year here at LC Fab, and it definitely is the busiest for motorcycle enthusiasts across the country. Now is the perfect time to open up the garage doors and dust off that old two-wheeled friend you might have forgotten about. Spring is often associated with growth and rebirth,...

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Everyone is talking about International Women's Day, so I kind of feel obliged to say something too. (Plus, I just did a solid monochrome photo shoot of all the girls at the shop and am itching to get the pictures published). If you've ever been wondering what the LC stands for in LC Fab (their not just randomly chosen from alphabet soup), look no further than Lindsay Cupp. Mom, wife, bookkeeper, polishing expert, and an excellent cook. She has been by Dad's side since the very first product was churned out in the humble beginning of things. Then comes the...

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You may have noticed some major changes to LC Fabrications this year. Changes that some, including myself would dare to call exciting. Those changes are due to some long hours of typing, shooting all new parts photos, and head scratching on my part. LC Fabrications has a new marketing guy (or gal I should say) and that would be me. I am Jeremy's daughter (I'll be referring to him as "Dad"), Harleigh Cupp, and for the last 10 years I have watched our family business change as it encountered periods of struggle and survival. I am proud to finally be...

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