HOW WE ACCOMPLISH OUR MISSION:
- Address: Raise social consciousness
- Educate: Lectures, Workshops, Demonstrations, Documentation
- Coordinate: Ride in Bike Shows, Display Shows
- Provide information: Books, Magazines, Social Media, Multimedia, Mobile Apps
THE HORSE BACKSTREET CHOPPERS MAGAZINE, INC. purpose is to receive, administer and distribute funds for the purpose of addressing, educating, coordinating and providing information about custom motorcycle building, the motorcycle industry and motorcycle history from bicycles within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and perform any other activity consistent with and in pursuit of purposes permitted to a corporation exempt form federal income tax under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.
We provide education by organizing and arranging lectures, live how-to workshop demonstrations, documentation, and display shows at public and private venues as well as books, magazines, social media channels, multimedia and the corporation’s website and mobile applications to provide facts, processes, how-to instructions, statistics, directories and other related information about custom motorcycle building, the history and the motorcycle industry along with the current efforts and solutions to building custom motorcycles and continuing it’s history.
Our programs include sending out ambassadors, directors, or volunteers to raise social consciousness about custom motorcycle building and the custom motorcycle industry on an international level; and organizing, arranging and holding fundraising events to provide immediate opportunities to those in need or wanting to participate, observe and learn more about custom motorcycle building, the motorcycle industry and motorcycle history from bicycles.
To maximize our impact on current efforts, we may seek to collaborate with other non-profit organizations which fall under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and are operated exclusively for educational and charitable purposes.
At times, per the discretion of the board of directors, we may provide internships or volunteer opportunities which will provide opportunities for involvement in said activities and programs in order to have a greater impact.
Who is The Horse BackStreet Choppers Magazine, Inc?
The Horse BackStreet Choppers Magazine, Inc. is a global nonprofit organization whose purpose is to address, educate, coordinate and provide information about custom motorcycle building, the industry and its history from bicycles.
Who is The Horse BackStreet Choppers?
The Horse BackStreet Choppers, Iron Horse and Digger presents stories from an up-close perspective. Owned by Mz. Debo and her company, cCherie LLC, is committed to bringing the world publications that satisfies the craving for home-built chops, bobbers and creative custom content across an unrivaled portfolio of media assets.
The website is dedicated to building a community that supports our mission and provides the members with access to The Horse BackStreet Choppers, Iron Horse and Digger digital vault, articles, editorials, videos, museum content, galleries, a built-in social media platform, forum boards, lexicon, a reference library, a bike pricing guide, bike classifieds and more.
- The Horse BackStreet Choppers Magazine Covers
- Iron Horse Magazine Covers
- Digger Magazine Cover
- Local Artist
- International Artist
- Biker Chop Off Motorcycle Builds
- Custom & Ratrod Bicycle Builds
Bicycles to Motorcycles Museum
The museum will be used to conserve a collection consisting of artifacts, art, historical objects and others of importance. The items will be on display for public and private viewings either permanently, temporary and shown through exhibits.
As a donor, you are a crucial part of a team committed to making the world a better place through the power of awareness, exploration, education, and storytelling.
We accept both cash and non-cash donations. Both types of donations are used to accomplish and further our organization’s mission and goals. Donors will receive an acknowledgement letter.