Koen is a great lover of the Zerostyle chopper. After the renovations on his bikes there was an Early Shovel in the corner of the garage, suitable for a new project.
L & L has made the hardtail frame to koen’s desired specifications and because of his busy profession, and therefore a shortage of free time, we also helped with the design.
For customer Dennis we used a softail frame, 240 rear tire, retro springer and 23 inch front wheel.
The paintwork of the fender, tank and front fork are in rough metal with a “rust” appearance.
The details in bronze are the finishing touche!
Client Marc is hired by yacht owners as a captain to sail on the sunny Mediterranean Sea. Marc asked us to build a bike that looked rough and that he could use to show off at his employers.
I-Beam Hardtail voor Twin Cam blok
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We can offer a solution to customers who have purchased a frame from us and would like some help due to space and time constraints.
If you want the engine and wheel to be aligned or an exhaust set, tank, fender with sissybar attached, you name it and it’s possible.
Here some bikes that were built a while back but we had yet to work out the pictures.
Hans Old Skool
With this project we used as many parts of the donor engine as possible.
Ronald Old Skool
With this we went a little further to assemble powder-coated wheels and a springer.
Piret Zero Style
This bike was delivered rough, we kept it that way and with the fork down it gives it a rugged appearance.
This Highneck is good in proportion, except for the apehanger, we have replaced this with a K&N handlebar.
Test drive on the freshly finished creation for Youngster Rino.
Every construction project comes with wheels that match the look of the engine. For the Bobber from 16 to 23 inches and for the Boardtracker from narrow to extreme.
Wheels different sizes
With a Highneck or Swedish Style frame you definitely need long forks. We have been supplying them for years but for those who did not know, the forks are up to 50 inches!
We can fulfill the wish of Youngster Rino. At this moment we are testing.
It remains, even after 30 years, a kick to start the first round on a freshly completed creation.
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This offer includes an AttackKIT 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
The Sportster engines from 2004-up are more and more on the market, hence the question of whether we can make frames for them.
Of course we can, we have been doing this for a while!
In this example you see the Gooseneck model.
gooseneck sportster 2004 model
It has been a while since we were allowed to build a Highneck Chopper. The customer Peter got the heart of the chopper, the engine, from his old chopper.
We have re-used the engine, gearbox and the transmission. See here the end result. We have used a hardtail frame, long springer front fork and black powder coated wheels and various beautiful details.
This Evo Sportster 5 speed is again the basis for a project to achieve a Bobber or Old Skool look.
This engine is sold for € 3,850.00.
If you use a Bobber, Medium or Chopper frame with oil tank for € 1,495.00 you can build your dream machine in your spare hours.
If you are unable to realize this building project yourself, we will gladly help!
For the Springer fork we have a handlebar in various styles.
Here a Thug Style handlebar on a Zero Gooseneck frame with a Springer front fork.
Thug style handle bar
The KH 1952 Sportster falls in between the Liberator and the Ironhead Sportster. It is something that we have not used before.
For the design we opted for a Hardtail with a single downtube.
The front and rear wheel are both 21 inch. Both the rear and the front have the original drum brakes and are fitted with special tires.
The springer is in an I Beam version with lots of details such as a 20s tank with homemade cap, an oil tank with see through glasses and copper pipes, a boardtracker seat and the foot switch that has been brought from right to left!
KH – Hans – Front right
KH – Hans – Backside left