The holiday season is almost over. Maybe you’ve got some new ideas during your vacation on the construction or renovation of your chopper. L&L would be happy to help and that’s why we are extra opened in Rijen (Brabant) on August 13th and 14th.
L&L Choppers has obviously been busy over the past period and there are a number of finished and rough-finished bikes ready that we would like to show you with pride.
This year you can see, among others, the following projects;
- Evo softail Zero style
- Sportster Boardtracker
- Evo Highneck chopper
- KH sportster with 21 inch wheels
- TwinCam hardtail with I beam
- And of course models of Old Skool, Bobber, Drag style ed.
We will be open on Saturday from 10:00 till 17:00 and Sunday from 10:00 till 16:00 to answer all your questions and fulfill your dream homemade/ custom bike.
See you on Saturday, August 13th and Sunday, August 14th. The coffee will be ready!
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If you’ve got a project where brass is reflected in the theme than the gold chain 1001103 is a nice detail for the finishing touches!
chain gold 1001103
Normally we tell a story about the project, but now we’ve allowed the customer to speak.
Quincy; I was looking for a Japanese Zero style bobber. The Japanese Zero style is characterized by the angle of the front fork (this is somewhat placed down), the lack of a front fender, the gooseneck at the front of the frame, the relatively small tank and half the rear fender integrated with the rear light.
Click here for photos and info: http://www.l-l-choppers.com/ll-photo-gallery/bobber/shinka-chopper/?lang=en
The TwinCam is a block which was born in the year 2000. We are now 16 years later so logically today this block is also being used for different designs and styles.
We have a TwinCam Hardtail frame for a Bobber Style, an Old Skool and everything in between.
This frame is suitable for transferring all the parts to the donor bike. With the standard fork you’ll also have a low ground clearance which is a must to make an Old Skool Chopper.
Frame for Old Skool Chopper
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For Michel we’re going to build a chopper where different styles are going to be used. The different styles are combined in a new style called “Vintage New Generation.”
So we will use an Early Shovel block which has 1600 cc. This type comes from the same year as Michel’s birth. The 5 gearbox is fitted with a kicker and Hydra clutch.
For the wheels, we use 10-spoke aluminum wheels with a sleek appearance and it is braked by drum brakes.
If we build a chopper with a primary belt drive it’s often the desire to use a cover. Now of course we can take a (non-creative) primary belt drive from the catalog or we make a Homemade one.
With this project, we’ve retained the shape of the wheel in the beltcover.
On this project we’ve made everything thicker for the customer. A 200mm front tire with an extra thick and wide springer and a softail frame with extra thick tubes. Not to mention a 1600 cc Panhead block and a 240 mm rear tire.
Click here for photos from the end result: http://www.l-l-choppers.com/ll-photo-gallery/bobber/xxl-bobber/?lang=en
More and more engines are rebuilt with a petrol injection system, therefore we’ve now got a ribbed sportster tank for a fuel pump.
We have a raw build bobber on sale with a licenseplate. This sportster has a 1200 cc engine, black retro springer and 16 inch wheels. The fat tank makes it a true Old Bobber.
It goes for a price of € 12750.- to the new owner!
Bobber 1200 sporty
Customer Arie has let us build this chopper with only modern parts. You can see our DF Dragstyle Softail frame for a 280 mm rear tire, thick black L&L Fat-glide fork and striking Contrast Cut wheels.
We also made a petrol tank with the flowing lines of the chopper, a matching handlebar and of course a few wild performed black exhausts.
A customer who has reached the age of 60 already drove for a while on his original Sportster with Kings and Queens seat, but didn’t get the 70’s feeling from it.
He contacted us and asked how we could solve this. See here the result a 2011 Sportster with softail frame and a hardtail look.
Kings and Queens
If you’re building a chopper with a Upside down fork. Then you need to have triple trees that are in proportion with the fork. That is why we’ve chosen for the Multibolt triple trees in a polished version.
upside down multibolts trees A 30381DA
With a Sportster Block you can make many varied creations, here we have one with Panhead lids and a polished carburetor. Also a wild air filter can’t be missed.
The liberator is an engine that is used more and more in the Chopper – Old Skool builds, that’s why we are working on a frame where not only the engine but also the original gearbox and casting is used.
WL Liberator Hardtail