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.
These risers, with a distance of 5 cm from the heart, are ideal in order to obtain a low effect of the handlebar. The risers have a nice slim foot and come in black or chrome.
The photo shows a springer with a short length, the difference is that the eye of the brake rod higher is attached on the right side, which is favorable for the braking action. With a L&L brake plate you can attach the original caliper again.
This jumper has a reasonable price of € 1195.-
We’re finishing a boardtracker where we’ve used this blade jumper (30900ST).
The swingarm is painted in the old original green color of the bike. The leaf springs, swings and the forks are chromed.
The handlebar has inverted vintage handles (1203240) which are reversed handles with cable control. On the brake side the cable goes over to a hydraulic brake reservoir to control the front brake.
The whole is completed by a very old headlight!
This is a new springer in our product range.
The photo shows a jumper with a short length, the difference is, among other things that the eye of the brake bar is higher on the rightside what is favorable for the braking action.
This jumper has a reasonable price of € 1195,-
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!
For a 30s style bike we’re going to use this Blade springer (30900ST) with a specially made top plate (including handlebars).
Risers (articel nr. 1601305) with feet, 5 cm high till the middle of the steering.
Forward control 40515ST
Handles Black 120126ST
We at L&L Chopper build a Trike with an Evo engine and fat tires for customer Jan.
The detailed report will follow!