Jason Wilson needs to build a statement bike to put his custom chopper shop, Sacred Steel Bikes on the map. He’s a union welder who doesn’t have money to spend on advertising so he hopes to generate some buzz by landing the cover of Easyriders magazine.
Jason Wilson wants to get his chopper business, Sacred Steel Bikes, revved up and making money. So he’s hatched a plan to attract some high-rollers to the shop. He’ll build a chopper from a painting by famous biker artist David Mann.
Jason is kicking his chopper business into high gear. He’s establishing the brand by building bikes for his brothers. They’ll start with a trike but the project turns out to be a much more extensive build than they bargained for.
Jason and the guys continue working on a tricked-out trike for Floppy as a ‘thank you’ for his heroic service to our country. In an effort to continue building the Sacred Steel brand, Jason picks Mr. Boy’s motorcycle for the next club bike transformation.
Jason Wilson and the guys at Douche LaRouche build a low, aerodynamic bike called a digger, but tempers flare when they have to build it entirely by hand. The digger could launch Sacred Steel into orbit, but only if it doesn’t crash and burn first.
Sacred Steel founder Jason Wilson takes his next bike in a radical direction. To draw in buyers, Jason and his Douche LaRouche brothers plan a bike night at the Viper Room. But if they miss their goal, their dreams could come crashing to a halt.