Tall choppers were a natural step in our evolution.
As the less well made longbikes aged, they started to sag and drag parts on the ground. Meanwhile, some chopper builders found that they had bitten off more fork length and setback then they could chew.
The obvious fix was to point the fork down, and turn the bike into an arch for better support. After the first tall chopper was made, the design quickly spread.
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