Tuesday only by phone.
Wednesday thru Friday from 10:00 – 17:00 hrs.
Friday evening: Only with appointment.
Saturday from 10:00 – 17:00 hrs.
After having built a lot of bikes, this is the most used jiffy. Ideal with a weldable attachment and held in place with a ball and an extra thick spring, all made in Holland.
We have them in various versions.
Visible on the photo (FLTR): Rough with holes, rough without holes (€ 195,-), black, chrome, mat chrome, brass and gray chrome.
We hung the sportster engine in a Softail and with it we made a traditional bobber with ribbed items.
The rear fender has been designed with a rib and wip, an oval oil tank with rib, a ribbed camcover and a primary box.
The tank has a knucklehead shape with a rib.
Bobber – Martin – front-right
Bobber – Martin – backside-left
This vintage headlight is made from a piece of aluminum. With a yellow lens it’s something to look at!
The retro springer of the forties has been used for a long time because of its nostalgic appearance.
But because we are always looking for innovations, for customer Rino we’ve combined the retro springer with it’s own look.
Hardtail frame with special rear axle plates according to the customer’s wishes.
Customer Johan wanted to have a motor built and had some specific wishes. See here the result.
Homemade Springer voorvork
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For the project of a Boardtracker we started with a Homemade tank from the 20s.
1923 boardtracker fuel tank
We were visited by a customer who told us that his V-Rod made very little noise in busy traffic.
And asked whether we had a solution for that! Of course, no problem and see here the result….
We are currently working on a Boardtracker and we’re using a springer for that. To give it its own style, we have opted for a Homemade one!
The Softail is almost ready for some test riding!
softail frame for evo
With an engine and a separate gearbox, we work mostly with a primary cover and a chain or beltdrive, but in this project we have chosen to combine them.
Chain driven primary transmission
This is another nice build of an attackkit 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.
chopper attackkit frame
The new inverted oiltank from stainless steel can be custom made.
Inverted oil tank