Parking the bikes at the harbour in Medemblik
It seems Etter knows something about boats….
This is what you call; ‘having a good time’
Now you see me, now you don’t…..
Hond enjoying his beer in Medemblik at café Brakeboer
As I was looking in my archive, I found some pictures of old Harley’s. When we went to Denmark, from may 16th till may 19th, we had to stop several times to repair my younger brother his Sporster. But also the ‘Liberators’ among our members had some issues. The 45 of my older brother had to be maintained along the route, and not just for oil only. And if that wasn’t enough, just as we arrived on the camp-side, Beer had a flat rear-tire. Anyway, not that it spoiled our mood, but a little less repairing would have been welcome! Inside the Rogues there was this small ’45 still alive’ mob. Fonda, my older brother Toon and Kwak – both ex-members now – But for those among you who are ‘old’ enough may remember them. Toon bought his Liberator from Schweick. Schweick bought a Shovelhead in return. Beer and I also had a Shovelhead and my my youger brother Blut was riding the Sporty. So, Beer, Fonda, Blut, Toon, Schweick, Kwak, Brom (hangaround) and me went to Denmark. On arrival we had to repair Beer’s rear tire. I made some pictures of it and later that day photo’s of bikes etc. Now, I will come back on this issue here above, because this was ‘just’ the beginning of a turbulent weekend.
Preparing ourselves for the trip. A lot of rain to be expected. We see Beer, Blut, Fonda and Toon. Tomorrow I will continue this little trip to Denmark with some other ‘inside’ story’s about theft, tit-contest, police, bike pictures and more.
The morning we left to Denmark. The Sun was shining for a short while, but we encountered a lot of rain along the way. As you can see Fonda’s wearing this ridiculous yellow pants as well as Beer did.
Somewhere along the road in Germany. Me (Brass), Beer, Toon, Brom, Schweick and Kwak. On the front kneeling down is Fonda
One of the many maintenance stops. Beer, Schweick, Brom and Toon. Kwak, who’s behind Schweick, is repairing Toon’s 45