Wanna play pool? You bet! Prospects behind the bar and visitors having fun on a Sunday afternoon or Wednesday evening.
As most of you know by now, our chapter in Almere has two new prostpects since three months or so. And it’s about time introduce them to you all.
The photo below is Mark and the second photo is Luc. Compared to most of us, they are still youngsters. We’re glad to have them in our ‘team’.
Old drawing from Easyriders Magazine number 10
As many years in a row it’s time again to get your act together and make your gear ready to head over to Sportscenter ‘De Weyver’ in Hoogwoud [Opmeer] Holland. It needs no further introduction and we all hope to see you on the 12th of April!!
As I wrote earlier, at Sundays at the clubhouse there’s always time to create something to eat…. My best friend Beer’s taking advantage of it, and shoves his plate full to the max…
Ever thought that the Easyriders Staff published other bikes then Harley’s, the answer probably would or will be no. But as always nothing is that simple and black and white. There’s also grey. A very nice example of grey was this Honda 750cc, 4 cylinder from 1971.
They featured this chopper in there 10th issue of Easyriders magazine from October 1972. Even then the ‘Staff’ had their preservations about publishing this. But they did.
As you all know by now we organise chopper-shows for almost thirty years now. And a Honda like this one definitely passes all ‘tests’ to be shown at our upcoming 29th RMC Choppershow.
Duco de Vries a photographer for well-known magazines at home and abroad such as Time Magazine, Management Team and NCRV and for large companies such as ABN AMRO, Delta Lloyd and National Police. He is also a teacher at the Photo-Academe in Amsterdam.
DUCO DE VRIES PHOTOGRAPHERS: Brembo and his daughter
I took the photo above some fourteen years ago and is part of my book “Bikers in Holland”. I found it interesting to show that Brembo, in addition to being a dedicated member of full-color club Rogues MC, also attaches importance to his family life. The lifestyle of the biker life requires a lot of time and attention, but the one does not have to exclude the other.
A few weeks ago I took the photo below and it is clear that something has changed. Brembo works in car damage, project ‘Sun Protection’, does his spray work for custom engines and is still a Rogues member. However, Marie is no longer that little girl who sits quietly on the back of the chopper with her father. She is conducting her PhD research in chemistry at the University of Amsterdam, where she is researching alternative fuels.
Ever she clung to him and was “daughter of”.
Brembo’s eyes sparkle with pride as Marie tells about her world today. Only about sixty klicks from the parental home, to a totally different world.
This article also can be found is a local magazine named ‘youmedemblik.nl’, issue Jauary-February 2020. In Dutch language that is.
A few days ago I showed a cartoon from Robinson, and some of you didn’t agree… But lucky for all of us is that we ain’t all the same. Having said that, now somthing about this Harley Sporster. Remember, we’re talking about 1972. This article, at least a part of it, appeared in Easyriders Magazine issue number 10, from December ’72.
Such a Sporty won’t have any problem to be shown in our upcoming RMC Choppershow in ‘De Weyver’ this year.
Sitting on the porch ain’t bad, but behind the the bar ain’t bad either…