This is just one beautifull chop. Lots of great parts, Awesome looking motor (love the red too), nice pipe-tips, oilbag and gastank. Very clean triple trees. Cool metal tip on the seat and love the trimming on the rearfender too. USA or Japan? You tell me!
Soon, on this blog, photos from the Yokohama show.
Speedchop, longbike! BAD to the bone!! Don’t know where this photo was taken though…
Very nice bike. Hey Nol, same forks and same style frame. You gotta love it! Really like the colour combination, it is so hard to find something different what still looks good nowadays. Where was this photo taken? Oktober Fest Daytona.
Seen at the Denvers Choppers Vintage Bikeshow, usa. ART! (built maybe with a little inspiration from Choppergod Tom Fugle?)
Very clean Pan at the Bigtwin bikeshow which was held in houten Holland this year.
Our style of bikes can be found in Spain too! Barcelona bikeshow, thanx, Ric. Even without a good paintjob this looks good.
Ric, a Dutch guy living in Spain send us this photo of the Iron Boy, taken at the Barcelona bikeshow. Thanx man. The green chop seems to be a good looking one too.
You wake up, look outside your tent and see this. Which Mutha Fucka stole that wheel? haha. Fortunately there is no stealing at all going on at the big chopper parties. Never has been , never is. We ourselves were once at the Peking Outlaw party thirty years ago and that is the only time(!) we know stuff was stolen. Don’t remember what, an S&S carb or something but guess what? With us being the only foreign club there, we got blamed…..No shit! They even searched our tent.
That was the downside of Swedish Hospitality. Trust was always there, I mean some Swedish clubs even gave us the clubhouse keys sometimes when they could not be present at the house themselves but in this case we had lost the trust of the Swedes. Why? Probably because one of us got into a fight, another thing that rarely happened at Swedish biker parties. A big Turkish dude entered the field where the band was playing and started harassing people. Since not one of the Swedish bikers got into action, our member Brass grabbed that cameljockey by the hair and hit him in the face with his knee. Then he pulled him by the hair of the premises and kicked his ass outside. A lot of the Swedish bikers were disgusted but some thanked us. The next day that carb was stolen. The ones who hadn’t liked us solving that problem with the Raghead the Dutch way probably thought we had to be the ones stealing too, haha. Well we did not, and have never done such a thing. Actually when one of us sees somebody steeling shit from bikes he will most certainly give the guy a lesson he will never forget.
Dirty Dozen Ironhead. This once very notorious club does not exist anymore in the States or anywhere else as far as we know.
Wait…newsflash! There is a new one in Denmark today! A new Dirty Dozen with no ties to the Original ones but a cool one nonetheless. More about that soon!
Sporty motor in a softail chopper frame.