For Sale

This unique “777” Chopper was built by the owner in collaboration with L & L Choppers, based on a custom-made hardtail frame with a 360 rear tire, a Springer front fork, an H-D Evolution Crate Engine, and numerous parts from other renowned brands, including ISR, Jaybrake, BDL, and Crime Scene Choppers.

The motorcycle is largely finished in black satin tones and black Wrinkle Finish, featuring beautiful airbrush work by Willem Van Vliet and a matching seat by Leathercraft. The detailing is excellent. The motorcycle was worked on for a total of six years.

The motorcycle can be purchased with a specially custom-made trailer. The motorcycle is available for viewing at L&L Choppers.

Special single-sided swingarm

This single-sided swingarm is constructed from beefy, heavy gauge steel tubing  and allows a rear tire up to a 280 series to be mounted on a 20-inch wheel with a 31mm wide pulley.
The frame is made of round shaped thick tubes.

OEM Springer handlebars

Exact reproductions of the early OEM Springer handlebars. Manufactured for internal throttle and ignition cables . Available in chrome . Handlebars come in 3 different models. The 1937-1948 style handlebars fit the stock style “in-line” Springer forks as used in 1937-1945 Big Twin and 1940-1948 45CI models.

Roeland’s boyhood dream

Roeland has always wanted to ride a Harley. The dream was always an old skool bobber. With some additional specific wishes. After a good and pleasant introduction, L&L makes this dream come true!

Sporty Racester

We continued with a 2-in-1 racing exhaust set with a silencer to further enhance the racing appearance. This style also includes backward controls. We will also look at a ‘racing butt’ for the saddle. By mounting a side license plate we keep the rear fender bare and tight over the tire.

Pay Attention!

We will be taking a break from June 15, we will be back at the beginning of July and will then pick up the mail and telephone again.

Opening Hours

Tuesday to Thursday: available by phone and e-mail. Open by appointment.
Friday: 9am to 4pm
Opened on Saturday from 10am to 1pm

Budget Oldskool

We transferred as many parts as possible from the donor engine to the new attack kit frame. To put the finishing touches on the bike, we installed a Chopper tank, 2 mm thick rear fender, homemade leather pan saddle, homemade exhausts and the attack kit oil tank.

Since the customer works in construction and would like to incorporate an item from this profession into his Oldskool Chopper, we made a Sissy bar from a piece of rebar. A nice incident is that we got this rebar from the owner who participated in the TV program; ‘Women who Build’. The whole is finished with a license plate with break light.

Sportster ’70s Chopper

We are finalizing the design of this Chopper. Upon request, we installed a large chopper tank and customized it for extra capacity.

We have also manufactured a saddle plate for a Kings and Queen saddle and an accompanying sissy bar. The Upswept Trumpet exhausts make it a real seventies bike!

Oldskool Chopper

Customer David still had a donor engine in the shed. But yes… an original one, while he had been dreaming of an Old Skool Hardtail for years.

We reused the engine, front fork and wheels and supplemented the rest with parts to get the chopper exactly the way you want it.

Budget Bike

Decades ago, this was a common and attractive way for a setup. At the time, you could buy Japanese star wheels and an Up-Side down fork with brakes very cheaply.

Mounted this in a Hardtail frame and voilà…. a racing monster with charisma!