Soon, in the clubhouse, the annual XMAS diner! Good times.
Hey Nol, when the trike is ready we want a photo like this haha. photo submitted by Yvon
This books deals mostly about our club. Awesome pics by masterphotographer Duco de Vries, who followed us for thirteen years. Buy it now! We still have some left. For sale at the clubhouses or by mail.
Favourite things to do on Sundays after the Rogues parties: trashing cars.
Fonda, Ger and Ed. The lunatic in the back is Ed's old buddy Stront.
When we first met the Brother Speed Mc in Portland Oregon, they were all riding bikes like these. No rake, just stretch, great handling choppers. We loved to have found a club that was as much into choppers like we are but at the time did not really like their style of bikes. We were more into the Swedish style long bikes. But times are changing. As our country is getting more crowded and long streches of open road are hard to find, the Brother Speed highneck styles seems more suitable for us. So today we are building a cocktail of both the US- and the Swedish-style. Mixed in with some Jesse James influences.
What? yet another bike on this blog? Don't you get it? We are a motorcycle(!) club! Bikes our are life. We love and live to build choppers. This one, for instance could be pure inspiration for a certain brother who's starting a new winterproject right now. Photo submitted by Yvon
As featured in Iron Horse
Limp cutting his Jesse James Tank in half. We narrowed it, made it 4cm shorter and relocated the gascap, using an old English style cap. More later…
We chopped his old longbike frame. We are going to turn it into a highneck.