Our Almere member Bagger (despite the name the man is into choppers as well) travels all over the world for his job. Recently he was in Portland and found time to visit our clubfriend Big Fred, the legend in Portland Oregon. So cool!
Since we have a clubhouse we have been building bikes there every Saturday. We had years that we built like five different new choppers in one year built we also had years that not one chop came out of the clubhouse-garage. It is always members building their own with the help of other members.
This winter we are helping Nol to build a super slim 70’s chopper. Nol made the springer himself when he still was in the states. The motor is a divorced Sportster motor, gearbox is a FX 4speed. The mocked up Frame will be finished by us soon.
Last Saturday, we had Beer, Mike and Zwendel helping. Bram just came to laugh and drink more. Other showed up to. Also for beer and laughs haha. Nol who recently broke his hip was there to give instructions since it will be his bike and he is the artist. Always good times
Our guys from Almere at the Road Riders party in Sweden last month.
Back in 1992 a model was needed to be put on the cover. The intended model didn’t show up and they needed a ‘back-up’ asap. It turned out to be Okkie, the current girlfriend of our PMA-Member Lurch, the ‘lucky bastard’….
She told us she was pregnant at the time and haha, her tits bigger as well… We don’t mind they were bigger Okkie.
This photo I made in July 1992 in Sweden at the Pekingparty in Norrkoping
Here’s some actual prove instead of stories… Sloper and Jezus know what they’re tralking about…
Last Sunday evening Nol fell rather unhappily to the ground and broke his hip. He had surgery yesterday and he can now bear 50 percent of his weight again.
We all wish him a good recovery.
I made this photo back in July of 1992 when we road to Sweden for a well deserved vacation.
Ger is riding in the USA at the moment. Here are some pics..
Our PMA Member Lurch, living in France at the moment, went on a roadtrip to Denmark and Sweden together with several members of the ChopperheadZ. Over 3.800 kilometers [about 2240 miles].