Limited only by his imagination, Dave Kindig designs and builds the world’s most creative, one-of-a-kind vehicles in Velocity’s hit series.
Some great artists work with oil on canvas, others with clay, but for Dave Kindig, iron and chrome are the tools of his creative self-expression and he is an artist at the top of his automotive design craft. From his sprawling 27,000 square foot custom fabrication shop in Salt Lake City, UT, Dave and his team use cars as their canvases to create extraordinary works of art for serious car lovers nationwide.
Bitchin’ Rides — the highest rated series on Velocity — returns for season two to show how Dave and his team render, design, and build some of the world’s most spectacular, unique vehicles. Starting with a blank sheet of paper, Dave sketches his detailed vision, then he and his team creatively bend steel to transform what’s on paper into jaw-dropping automotive works of art. In each episode of Bitchin’ Rides, Dave works with some of the world’s most passionate car enthusiasts to turn even their most over-the-top automotive dreams into reality.