We found another colourclub who is into building and riding choppers! In Northern California this time. We haven't met them yet, but I bet we will soon. Colour clubs keeping the spirit alive, there are not many. The Deathtraps have a blog too, check it out!
Beer riding with Sik last summer. Fuck can't wait to start riding again but only when the salt is all gone…( in Holland they melt the snow on the roads with salt which completely fucks up your bike)
How many inch overstock would this be? Anyway the hardtail sure Damn looks good enough for me!
Antoher good reason for a Sissybar, she can hold your beer!
The sweetest rearfender solution for a Shovel Swingarm I have ever seen, spotted by Yvon. Should look good with shocks too.
If you are into choppers you must appreciate various forms of art too. Yvon likes this kinda stuff for instance.
Bikes from Brass and Toon 1981. A year later most jap bikes were replaced by Harleys in our club. In the beginning most Rogues rode Kawasaki 650 and 900. We'd cut the frame and dropped the seat, lowered the shockmounts, replaced the stock rear wheel with a 16 inch one, had six to eight inch over forks, skinny gastanks, homemade seats and custom bars and sometimes dual square headlights. Mostly spraycan paintjobs. We started partying with other more established clubs whose members rode chopped Harleys and chopped Limeys. They laughed at our bikes but we were proud of them anyway.
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Animals MC Roermond, still choppin'