The Twincams are coming more and more on the market and to build a chopper with it, we have Hardtail frames in all shapes and sizes.
This example is a bobber with a 200 mm band. We have switched to a chain for the drive, to create a real bobber look.
Hardtail frame for TwinCam
When building a chopper, a hole pattern is often used in the design of fenders, forward controls, battery boxes etc.
In addition, we have extended the hole pattern to the Retro Springer.
This Springer is available from stock.
retro springer with hole frontfork
Youngster Rino has opted for spraying with a rough metal appearance.
At the KH Boardtracker we went for the Indian red.
For Youngster Rino we are working on the last pieces, this showpiece will be shown next weekend in Rijen.
The KH Boardtracker is approaching its final phase and will certainly become a crowd puller.
For Michel, our customer from the Early Shovel Freestyle Chopper, we continued working on the springer front fork. After some time working on the design, this has become the result.
The springer is equipped with ribbed triple trees and we have fitted the front and rear fork with sleeves. The front fork part naturally runs with round shapes to the springs. The whole is completed with a Tillerbar handlebar (formerly a Swedish handlebar).
Sleeve Springer 1
Sleeve Springer 2
This chopper is 90% ready to go. With a 2002 block, Retro Springer, 21″ front wheel and a little bit of imagination this can be your dream.
Because of the nice weather, precio the venta € 7.950.-
old skool kit front
old skool kit backside
A customer with a Zero Style Chopper had a handlebar that looked kind of sporty and to stay in this style. After he had been driving around for several years, it was time for this handlebar to give it a Vintage look.
vintage handlebar 1920
For a project where the theme of rib and brass is a must, we have chosen for a primary case with ribs from the 1989-2006.
To give the project an L&L style look, we used a brass gauge glass.
Ribbed primary case L&L style
Customer Richy is every year in Saint Tropez to look at the different creations at the annual “Chopper and Custom Show”.
After years of thinking about joining the show, he went looking for the style that attracted him.
Rightly so he arrived at the Boardtracker style, Richy went for the L&L (drag) Boardtracker.
The seating position is lower so that you’re more seated in the engine and not on it.
Furthermore, there are many beautiful details such as a 20s tank, L&L Style Leaf jumper, boardtracker handlebar, changing gear along side the tank, panhead covers, kickstarter and much more …
On to Saint Tropez 2019!
This is another nice build of an attacKIT frame. To enter the 70’s we’ve used a chopper with a standard fork. The sissy bar with King and Queen saddle gives you that a seventies feeling and with a cheerful fishtail that makes it complete. In the attic we still have a whole lot of 70 years of handlebars.
It has been a while since we were allowed to build a highneck chopper. The customer, Peter, got the engine from his old chopper. We will use the engine, transmission and drive again for the new build.
Here is the first draft with a hardtail frame, long springer front fork and black powder coated wheels.
Hardtail Highneck Frame
This offer includes an AttacKIT frame, an oil tank, a rear wheel for a 200 tire and a front wheel for a 140 tire or a 21 inch front wheel.
For the price of € 2395,-
AttacKIT for 200 tire
It is not old and it is not new, but a style that remains popular over the years. Trends come and go but with the Gooseneck you can go in all directions and is not only suitable for a 70s style.
It’s also suitable for a mix of styles, the Retro Springer, Early Shovel, Sportster block, you name it we make it!
The TwinCam is a block that was born in the year 2000. We are now 18 years further so it is logical that this block is now also used for a different design and style.
We have a TwinCam Hardtail frame for a Bobberstyle, an Old Skool and everything in between.
Customer René was already driving his Hardtail Buell around for a while and thought it was time for the annual change to his motorcycle.
This time we were allowed to change the exhausts from open and loud to a race look. The cornering had to be a bit wild with race silencers. See the result here!