Happy to announce Bram became prospect for Rogues MC Opmeer. Finally a young guy between all these grumpy greybeards haha.
Bram was photographed here a year ago by Beer while they were test-riding the cool Zodiac Sporty chop for beer’s CRP yearbook.
Hans Zandman just made these extremely cool fenderstruts for his incredable Ironhead Chop. This bike won’t be finished but Hans is working on it to be able to show as much as possible on the Road side Repair stand on our show. We love half built bikes too!
BCC René is building a very cool Shovel chopper. The entire project can be followed in Bigtwin magazine! The bike will be shown in its full glory on our show! Here you see his frame (with lowered seat location) that just back from the coater
Flat bringing his chopperparts to be painted so he can have his highneck chopper in the stand of his club Daggers MC. First one in that club with a bright coloured bike, wait for the next post! You gotta love it!
Brasil, bike built by Jeff Wright. What a killer look this is!
Bad ass USA. Beauty and the beast! You gotta love it.
looking at that guy, his clothes, helmet and bike we are guessing Finland. Land of the cool, could be wrong, but there is so much cool stuff coming from Finland we bet this is too.
We are having a stand with extremely long choppers like the thai chop on this photo. Do you have one with a girder or springer (!!) that is 20 INCH OVERSTOCK or longer, we would love to have it on our show.
Probably the longest most crazy functional chop ever and we have it on our show. This bike belongs to one of the members of the Wild Boars from Germany and they will have a clubstand with more or their cool bikes on our show!
Hans Zandman who once won best-of-show at our event, is building a spectaculair Ironhead chop. He won’t finish it on time but we are still happy to have him and his bike. One look at these handlebars and you understand why! This Ironhead will be displayed on the Roadside Repair Stand on our show, together with another unfinished project, a low budget softail chop. More photos of the Ironhead soon!