Breaking the week 2012-01-11 17:36:09
Sweden 2012-01-11 09:36:17
The Swedes have always been building very clean and good looking bikes. On the photo below you see how their bikes looked in the 70´s and 80´s. But their style has evolved. On this photo here you see how their choppers look today. They have not lost their skills! Ya gotta love the Swedes.
Sweden 2012-01-11 09:32:49
Typical Swedish chopper of days gone by, cartire in the rear, tillerbar, hardtail, long frontend, small frontwheel, etc.
Goes 2012-01-11 09:30:06
Demons mc, see you guys soon! And for our blog-followers, spot the R.
Florida 2012-01-10 10:20:39
Blogfollower Rob sent us this photo of his mum in Florida, haha
Rogues-history 2012-01-10 10:18:42
Our clubhero Brass took thousands of photos of our times in Sweden. This one was taken in the early eighties when we visited Gjutjarn MC in Uppsala. The Yellow flathead in the middle was Fonda's bike, the red chop left of it was Beer's and the one right of it was Brass his bike. The other bikes are Gjutjarn's. In those days all bikers rode choppers, if you didn't, you probably were a lefthanded gay-boy.
Jesse James 2012-01-10 10:13:26
Just love the bikes this man has built. Ever noticed how high some of his gastanks are? Cool stuff. And his frontfenders are the only kind of fenders that look good on a chopper.
Simple 2012-01-10 10:07:04
Sporty monday 2012-01-09 09:06:12
New Skool!! West Coast influences!!!Love it!!
Sporty monday 2012-01-09 09:04:39
Yvon sent us this one
Sporty Monday 2012-01-09 09:03:37
Stock frame sporty. By stripping almost everything of, lowering the thing to the max, mounting vintage tires and by making the gastank smaller the lines of this bike now look awesome. You gotta be a small guy though. Must be Japan.
Winterproject Lowtail 2012-01-08 14:52:30
We are chopping a so-called Lowtail. Last saturday we stretched the frame, made all the gussets and a one-off stressbar and welded it all together. Making the frame curve-up in the seating area was the hardest job but we managed without removing the motor. (We always keep the motor in to make sure the frame stays straight when we are welding. We never use a jig in the clubhouse. We just do it the old skool way and can assure you all our frames are as straight as can be when we are done)
Winterproject Lowtail 2012-01-08 14:44:15
This saturday we chopped a new bigger size Sporty tank to fit the new customized frame. We welded a new tunnel and bottom in, relocated the fillercap and welded and made the mounting-tabs. We still have to replace the petcock and presure test the tank for leaks. Building a tank is a fun job but it does take time.
Winterproject Lowtail 2012-01-08 14:39:43
Owner Jordy comes too 'test-sit' the bike. Everything seems to be perfect, it has to be cause the damn thing is tailor-made. Only thing Jordy wants to change are the forward controls. We will turn them into mids! Great! Looking forward doing that. One more day to go and the bike will be ready for paint. Or so we hope....
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Project Lowtail 2012-01-08 14:36:15
After working alll day on Jordy's gastank, it was time for the builders to enjoy the results. Wicky realised the bike is too big for him. We're all fucking around, laughing our ass of about nothing and drinking beer. Good times! Always!