The attacKIT type chopper and the attacKIT type bobber. Both are also available with an additional option, were the attacKIT is suitable for a wide rear tire.
We have manufactured a Softail frame for the Sportster with holes in the rear. The dimensions are from a bobber with a 200 mm rear tire.
With this frame (10116NG) the lowered seat catches your eyes and is formed with a curved swingarm and a matching Drag Tank (50530). The frame is custom made for each desired engine, fork and band width.
We started with the construction of a Highneck Chopper for Michel. We’re going to use an Early Shovel block and a 5-speed with kickstarter.
The hardtail frame is specifically built to let the smooth lines come out nicely. Both the above and rear tubes are curved in a radius. The wheels are from billet aluminum and the brakesystem will be a hydra drum brake.
Are you inspired by the Discovery series Harley and the Davidsons? We sure are! It’s nice to see the competition between Harley Davidson and Indian (now topical again).
In our hearts the founders were real men, how they started is really awesome and very recognizable. In the series, it’s also great to see that a group of men (and a women!) were tinkering with each other, the basis for a real motorcycle club.
Racing with motorcycles is not really our thing, but it sure feels good. That’s why we don’t want you to miss this; the KH Boardtracker version.
The front and rear wheels are both 21 inch with original drums. Home made tank from that era, a few rough looking exhausts, round oil tank with a see-through glass and brass cap, steering wheel with reverse handles and wooden handles on an I Beam springer.
We are still working to bring the shift side a bit more from the right to the left. because this shifts somewhat more pleasant.
Are you looking for a frame for a 240 mm tire? We have the solution.
With a Sportster Hardtail Frame we can make customized frames according to your requirements.
It isn’t old and it isn’t new, but a style throughout the years.
Trends come and go. The Gooseneck is not only suitable for a 70s style, but also suitable for a mix of styles. The Retro Springer, Wassel tank, the Early Shovel block with new technology and a 5 gearbox with hydra clutch.
This style is a reminiscent of the 70s. This is evident from the hardtail, drag pipes, sissy bar and high ape-hanger with a long retro jumper.
This model only has a 200 mm wide rear wheel and a narrow JJ tank.
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.
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.
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.
Here you can see a hardtail frame with an I-Beam connection between the block and the triple tree. This frame is made for a Dyna TwinCam block and transmission. Further more we have a 18-inch rear wheel with brass spoke nipples and a 200 tire mounted on the chopper. The front wheel is 23-inch.
The rear fork of the springer is an I-beam design and the front of the springer is going to be something special. The tank, exhaust pipes and rear fender are also Homemade.
Hans and Annemieke already had the KH for several years at home to restore, but maybe you know the program; My husband is a handyman … !?
The KH 1956 sportster sits between the Liberator and the Ironhead Sportster. It is an engine that we have not used before. For the design we chose a hardtail with a single downtube. The front and rear wheel are both 21 inches. Both back and front with the original drum brakes and special tires.
The springer is in an I Beam version and many details will follow!
We continue to innovate at L&L!
See here a hardtail frame with an I-beam connection from the block to the steering head. This frame is made for a Dyna twincam block and gearbox.
We use a 200 rear tire and a 23-inch front wheel.
We’re also looking at whether we can make something special of the springer that we’re going to use. We’ll keep you updated!