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Full Throttle Article Feb. 2007

The following article appeared in Full Throttle February 2007

Chariots of Fire Customs LLC is a little shop with big dreams.  Jan Knobbe opened Chariots of Fire in March of 2005 and has been growing steady ever since. Jan has 30 years experience in motorcycle and automotive repair work. Chariots of Fire can fix up your existing bike with all the custom parts you lik, do repair work, or build you that one of a knid. In addition, they have access to literally thousands of parts an accessories to maintain your ride and are also dealers for a host of venders, such as, Drag Specialties, Kuryakan, Mustang Seats, Barney’s Leather, Bassini Pipes Paul Yaffee Originals, Power Commander, Kraft Tech., Midwest Motorcycle Supply, and the list goes on… They can also order any Harley Davidson part you may need. Continue Reading →

A Closer Look at Chariots of Fire Customs

by Dennis Martin   |   As Found in Thunder Roads Magazine Volume 2 Issue 12 July 2007

The doors at Chariots of Fire Customs, LLC first opened back in March, 2005.  At that time the husband & wife team, Jan and Reine Knobbe, took a chance in creating an affordable shop with a service that cannot be compared to any other.  Now, almost 2 1/2 years later, their reputation required an expansion.  They are already thinking of expanding again.  Jan and Reine have been married now for 23 years and with their children, Marie and Jake, all grown up, the timing was right.  Marie is away at college.  Jake works at the shop and is going to paint school. Continue Reading →

Dream Bike

By Justin Mueller   |   As found in the May 2007 issue of The Biking Life »

I believe that almost all of us who ride have a dream bike. You know the one you build over and over in your head adding chrome, changing paint colors and paint schemes, a new set of tins, a monster engine and the list goes on. Well, I had the opportunity to make my dream a reality with the craftsmanship of a great mechanic, Jan Knobbe, of Chariots of Fire Customs LLC, and an awesome painter, Doug Heflin, of Doug’s Custom Paint & Restoration.

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