First time our member Nol built himself a bike in this early-chopper style, was when he still lived in Holland
HB Lewis used to work for Iron Horse. He now is a big name and works for the likes of Disney. This is a painting made by him. He painted Indian Larry here before the guy became famous!
Another great inspiration that whole New York scene.
Working at the clubhouse today. Raking a Fatboy and mounting a new frontend, wheel and handlebar.
Some rogues say, fuck comfy, I don't want comfy! For them its still 'Hardtail forever'.
Nol has a comfy homebuilt Hineck and even took it to the States. He rides it every day, through rain, wind, snow and sunshine.
Why do a lot of Rogues ride Hineck choppers like this one? Because these chops handle well. Hinecks corner almost like a stock bike, they brake well, are low maintenance, you can go fast, race through town or go long distance and for a chopper they are actually pretty comfy. Our Hineck choppers are modern and functional but still cool lookin' and homebuilt(!). We love them!
Brother Speed member riding the 'Industrial' hardtail