Our member Nol owned DUTCH TRASH CHOPPERS In Portland, Oregon. He is back in Holland now and is seriously thinking about starting up Dutch Trash Choppers here. These bad to the bone Ironheads on photo were two of the many choppers our guy has built over there. Don’t waste that talent, Nol. Go for it!
Seventies Chop spotted at the latest Yokohama bikeshow in Japan. Sweeeeit!
I keep saying it, the Sportster is the most under estimated Harley. Man, these things are affordable, have a great Character and look excellent in any chopper project. Most of it has to do with the association people make when they think about a Sportster. What do you think when you see one? In Europe it is the motor of choice for young guys. Their only way of being able to build and ride a cool Harley chopper. Because of that fact the chopped Sportsters gets that image of being for the young and wild. Ya gotta love it. Bigger is not Always better.
We are at da clubhouse every day!
Sundayz we always have a lot of people in da house for dinner. This time it was special cause we had a spontaneous tattoo-session.
After having had two great solid days of working on his chopper together with one of his best brothers and realizing this was really what he liked most, Nol thought it was time for a 2 percent tattoo. Good thing Skull was in da house!
So, now you all know why most of us are covered in ink….
Our Almere member Bagger lives in the Arabic Emirates and shipped his chopper there. Desert riding is something else, he sais, like being sandblasted alive.
Our friend Mario and his wife Pat doing the weenie bite at the Huns MC clubrun in Tucson Arizona, early eighties.
There are likeminded bikers everywhere, you might as well enjoy it.