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Nicholson, who's been working with Harleys since 1979 and has run his own shop since 1990, will meet with fellow celebrity mechanics and customizers. Ami James of Love Hate Choppers (most famously of TLC's Miami Ink) brings some name recognition. Nicholson is looking forward to seeing several big talents from the Texas custom scene, like Rick Fairless of Strokers Dallas. "He's something else," he said. He'll also be keeping an eye on the winners of the Big Texas Chop-Off, where rising stars of the custom scene can make their rep and get a place as one of next year's celebrity bike builders.
So does Nicholson think he can beat last year's speed? "It's no biggie," he said. "We can do it."