Well, this is quite a group of black clad, heavily bearded, equally heavily tattooed motorcycle loving dudes (and a few dudettes), with the biggest smiles this side of Smileville. Relive the event that was Chop Meet 2013 with this really cool looking video from Jordan Epp.
“The third annual Chop Meet in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. This year the event left the backyard and ventured out into the streets to play host to an estimated 400 chopper and vintage bike enthusiasts. The Chop Meet kept people’s attention throughout the day with a morning swap meet, followed by an afternoon vintage cycle “show and grime”, and was capped off by a ridiculous block party put on by Bernie’s Machine Works. Folks from across Canada (Kimberley BC, Drayton Valley AB, Edmonton AB, Calgary AB, Prince Albert SK, Regina SK, Winnipeg MB, and even a crazy cat passing through from Toronto ON) met in our little prairie town of Saskatoon to talk trash, make trash and ride trash. Amazing time. Thanks to everyone who made it out young and old. Come back next year for more choppah mayhem.”
About the filmmaker, Jordan Epp:
“Jordan received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (BFA) from the University of Regina with a Major in Film & Video Production and a Minor in Film Studies. After working independently as a documentary film maker for several years funded through national and regional arts grants, Jordan moved to Australia where he attended the Australian School for Film and Radio receiving certification for on-set camera assistant and After Effects. Jordan has been working in film, television, and photography since 1997. In 2009 Jordan received a Master’s degree (M.Ed.) in Educational Technologies and Design and began designing online and distributed learning courses for the University of Saskatchewan in his role as a full-time Instructional Designer.”
Check out his websites: