Provisional opening times for Opmeer. Tuesday by appointment, reachable by phone and by mail. Wednesday come by appointment, reachable by phone and by mail. Thursday open from 10am to 5pm Friday open from 10am to 5pm
In the coming period, the shops in Opmeer and Rijen will alternately be closed on Saturdays.
Saturday 21 May:Rijen closed Saturday 21 May:Opmeer open from 10 am to 12 am
Temporarily closed We are closed from Tuesday 24 May to Friday 3 June. Email will be answered again after June 3.
Saturday 4 June:Rijen closed Saturday 4 June:Opmeer open from 10 am to 12 am
Only handlebars with risers are available for the modern Harley springer front forks. In this case, the desire was to create a vintage bobber handlebar (without risers). We solved this by means of a mounting plate, as was used in the past.
The chopper painted in British Racing Green for Pieter is ‘ready-to-go’!
The extended frame is adapted to the posture for a perfect sitting position. Because of the long tank and the oval oil tank, everything is nicely proportioned. For the exhaust system we opted for a two-in-one with a muffler. The stabilizer on the front fork is equipped with a removable mudguard. The 200 mm rear tire gives a nice look and is not too wide.
L&L builds choppers according to the customer’s wishes and that takes time. Not everyone has this time. It sometimes happens that the customer wants a different design after a while, and he is willing to sell the motorcycle.
Here are a few examples of finished choppers, is your dream here (or look under L&L photos) and let us know. We can then discuss with the customer whether he is willing to say goodbye to his own chopper.
We’re putting the finishing touches on the structural work. For example, we have put together a sporty steering wheel with matching handles and a cover plate with hole pattern for the retro jumper. The battery box, petrol and oil cap in the same style, license plate with a Hotrod taillight.
At the request of the customer, the air filter and the ignition coil are fitted with covers. To place the start button and ignition lock, the electrical box is located under the oval oil tank. Chamber bushes have been used for the headlight support, with the heads of the Allen screws nicely recessed.
For customer Miriam, we mounted two sets of fenders and tanks during the structural work. Miriam is a creative person and loves to experiment. Last year she toured with the IL tank in the color gray and it already received a lot of attention. During the winter period she focused on special painting. This year with the Sportster tank on the Old Skool, Miriam will undoubtedly get a lot of attention again.
Denis has a chopper shop in France and was looking for a frame for a Panhead. This is wat we created, a Gooseneck Hardtail with a slightly thicker tube than what we usually use. Giving it a slightly different look.
The reporters of the former French Chopper magazine Wild have been involved in the Custom culture for some time now.
Inspired by this scene, they have designed a book containing Hightech, Old skool, Hotrod and other true pieces of art.
During the layout they spotted the Triumph board tracker on Facebook and it has been immortalized in the book with beautiful photos. We are happy with these reporters who, with knowledge of the facts, appreciate our work.