About Chris Eder
An entrepreneur, artist, builder, and most of all, a motorcycle enthusiast. Chris grew up loving motorcycles. From early on, he felt the call of the road, loved the throaty rumble of the engine, and knew he’d be forever addicted to the freedom of expression a bike represented. A bike was never just a bike for Chris. Like many riders, Chris understands a bike is an extension of a soul.
Chris’ legendary career had an unassuming start where he honed his innovation skills by designing and patenting bomb-resistant windows, which are now installed at the White House and Pentagon. In 2007, Chris turned his passion for motorcycles into a profitable business by starting and growing the company into a leading custom shop and parts distributor.
During this time, Chris’ innovative drive led to the creation and patenting for numerous unique motorcycle products and more than 50 handcrafted customizations. Many of these creations have reached cult status and have been featured in movies such as Code of Honor with Steven Seagal, and shows on Discovery Channel, The Travel Channel, and Fast N Loud.
Today, Chris is proud to introduce his newest venture Epic Moto Co© and the Naked Series™ of customization parts for Harley-Davidson. Chris has teamed up with Kelly Hedgepeth and Earl Warrick to bring new opportunities for riders to have access to legendary style at affordable prices through Epic Moto Co and the Naked Series.
Get Naked. Ride Fast. Be Epic.