If you didn't get enough of Jesse James on Monster Garage, you'll soon get the chance to buy a piece of him. James' Payupsucker Productions is working with Circle King Networks to give life to El Jefe Entertainment, which promises authentic enthusiast and motorsports entertainment. But you may not be able to find this information on cable, as Ultimate Motorcycling reports that the content will be made for DVD, Pay Per View and mobile formats.
With the so-called Chopper Craze settling down to a dull hum and his sordid personal life in shambles, prompting a move to Texas, news that Jesse James is shutting down West Coast Choppers should hardly come as a shock. While we've yet to independently confirm reports, the news comes from reliable custom motorcycle source Cyril Huze.
Famous motorcycle builder and all-around celebrity Jesse James plans to attempt a new world record top speed run for a hydrogen-powered vehicle later this month on a dry lake bed somewhere in California. The actual car being used is a former land speeder called the Dees-Milodon Engineering-Davis B Streamliner, which had previously attained speeds as high as 237 mph at Bonneville.
Famous motorcycle builder and all-around celebrity Jesse James plans to attempt a new world record top speed run for a hydrogen-powered vehicle later this month on a dry lake bed somewhere in California. The actual car being used is a former land speeder called the Dees-Milodon Engineering-Davis B Streamliner, which had previously attained speeds as high as 237 miles per hour at Bonneville.
For those of you who just can't get enough Jesse James in your life, we have good news. The rest of you, commence eye-rolling. The tattooed chopper builder will soon be back on the small screen, this time on Spike TV. His new vehicle is called Jesse James is a Dead Man, which isn't totally accurate unless you're referring to his namesake forbear. The world needs another "reality" TV show like we need a festering case of hemorrhoids, but TV producer's don't care. This series will focus not on Ja
California air regulators slapped Jesse James with a monster fine for building 50 custom bikes that didn't have state certified emissions equipment. The LA Times says the $271,250 fine applies to bikes built at West Coast Choppers between 1998 and 2005. Inspectors from the Air Resources Board found the vehicles didn't have proper smog equipment on the exhaust or intake systems and they could spit out 10 times the amount of hydrocarbons allowed by state law. Regulators say James was not targeted
do weird things to you sometimes, man. Case in point – Jessie James. Once the biggest badass west of the Rockies,
the guy hooks up with Sandra Bullock and suddenly the couple is the sole proprietor of an organic, solar-powered burger
joint named Cisco Burger. The new eco-friendly fast food restaurant is located east of the West Coast Choppers compound
in which James' “Monster Garage” TV show is taped. According to TreeHugger the menu will include preservative and
Going out with a green technology car kind of
limits your choice of destinations, at least if you want to reduce your impact all along the drive. If you’re out
running errands in Long Beach, CA and get hungry, you might feel good about eating at the new Planet
Hollywood Cisco Burger. As Treehugger
shows us, the restaurant opened Friday and is owned by Sandra Bullock and her gearhead husband Jesse James (of the
Discovery Channel’s Monster Garage). Cisco Burger serves a fairly normal d