Customer Joost has purchased a donor Sportster with a Bobber Attackkit, but was too busy and had not yet started the project seriously.
With the help of L&L most of the donor parts have been processed in the Bobber, but a few new parts have also been used. L&L did the construction work, had the Bobber inspected and arranged the registration number. The frame is powder coated, but otherwise remained rough because Joost has not decided on the further finish.
The Bobber is delivered roadworthy, so who knows, the inspiration might come during a ride!
This is another nice build of an attacKIT 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.
A good start is half the battle. L&L understands that all too well! Therefore, these North-Holland choppers freaks design their own frames and also building is done in-house. Only so can the highest quality be guaranteed and for a good price. Something which remains to be seen for other aftermarket frames. therefore L&L Choppers explicitly has none wholesale frames in their catalog!
What you will find in the ever thickening L & L Bible are the well-known AttacKits for Sporters, which can be obtained in a bobber and chopper version. Do you want a customized frame for your classic Harley, your Evo or Twincam? Of course, no problem. L & L Choppers makes the frames as desired by the customer, provided it is technically justified, of course. The sky’s the limit when it’s up to the L & L team and we don’t make a fuss about a bit more or less Rake or Stretch. A single downtube, dropped-seat or swing-arm frame?
Onno is the owner of an optically modified Harley-Davidson Night Train that he really wasn’t using anymore. The standard Harley was simply not exciting enough and did not stand out in Onno’s garage. For years, he has been dreaming of owning a custom made chopper.
During a visit to the Bigtwin Bikeshow 2013, Onno met with L&L Choppers and explained what he wanted. Of course, L&L had no problem sharing his vision.
It was decided to keep the Twin Cam 88B engine, the gearbox and several other parts from the donor bike. The frame had to be a slim dual downtube hardtail with a straight line between the headstock and the rear axle.
Based on these wishes, L&L cleverly designed a frame along the lines of their Sportster Attackit. The frame is usable for several types of chopper and bobber bikes and can accommodate virtually all big twin engines. Which means that engines and gearboxes from Softails, Dynas, FXR and Touring models will fit.
The rest of Onno’s chopper will be built in Frisco Style. It will be a slim bike, with a small tank mounted on the backbone and practical details. Although this style sometimes included mid controls, we will be using forward mounted controls in view of the customer’s size.
L&L Choppers announces new frame in the attacKIT series!
L&L now offers a new, short model frame for Evo Sportster engines.
It’s a single downtube hardtail frame with a slightly larger neck angle.
attacKIT Single Downtube frame for Sportster
Due to the single downtube your chopper gets an even more classic appearance.
For all the rest the attacKIT concept remains the same like with the Bobber and/or Chopper edition.
Which means you can almost use every single part from your stock Evo Sportster to assemble a kick ass chopper.
That’s the way to keep the costs very low and give your Sporty a complete different look.