Where is Biker Build-Off’s Rick Fairless Now in 2018?
Rick Fairless is widely famous for his work on custom choppers. He owns a shop, Strokers Dallas located in Dallas, Texas.
The passionate custom chopper designer was born on September 28, 1956, in Dallas, Texas.
He and his brother Randy Fairless were raised on motorcycles and started riding by the time they were seven years old.
Rick went on to work at his uncle’s paint stores called Roach Paint Company, which later became Glidden Paint Co.
After working for 20 years, he quit his job as the No.1 Sales Rep in the country and opened his motorcycle shop, Easyriders Dallas.
And two years later, he opened his bar right next door to his motorcycle shop named Strokers Ice House.
In 2002, Easyriders dropped its franchise plan, and all the Easyrider stores were renamed to Strokers Dallas.
Since then, Rick has also had the luck to show his skills through several TV shows appearances.
He has appeared on the truTV show, Ma’s Roadhouse and Speed Channel show, Texas Hardtails.
Rick has also built bikes on the Discovery Channel show, ‘Biker Build-off’ and his works are shown in the book, Chopper: Heavy Metal Art.
In 2015, Low T Center announced their partnership with Strokers Dallas to help raise awareness about men’s health at the Sturgis motorcycle rally.
Though the custom chopper designer’s net worth is not yet revealed, we can expect it to be counted in millions.
Rick is active on all social media platforms; he recently announced an event named Spring Fling 2018 which will take place in April 27-29.