Dutch Dragster Ready to Go We can fulfill the wish of Youngster Rino. At this moment we are testing. It remains, even after 30 years, a kick to start the first round on a freshly completed creation. The Hardtail frame is ‘homemade’ and the low ground clearance provides a real Chopper look. The Dutch Dragster in the right proportion. A 240 band certainly does not work out. The jumper is made of powder-coated structure and mat chrome front forks. For this style a 23“ front wheel is a must, the floating disc with caliper finishes it off. An L&L Style Springer is a combination of retro back fork, the front forks are in the theme of the Chopper, with a headlight bracket of round metal. Holes in the plate for a nice proportion, executed in matt chrome. Drag Style handlebar for a rough seat. Tank with metal paint spray and rust look. Rino’s must: a shock absorber for the design. A catchy text by Rino. What else can we say about this … Only the necessary part of a leather saddle with a worn look, the rear fender speaks for itself … and an oil cap in style. A bracket for the choke cable in the theme, the calyx air filter ensures the wild appearance of the block. An oval oil tank with weathered look. RVS battery box and a mudguard attachment of round metal. The forward controls are integrated in the frame, equipped with aluminum footrests. Homemade exhausts in mat chrome. Support bearing in connection with the offset. Sprocket brake system and stainless steel plates against damage to the frame. License plate holder equipped with chamber sleeves for the head of the socket head bolt.