RadiKal artwork book

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.

Horseshoe oil tank

We manufactured an oil tank for customer Raf.

Stainless steel plate is a nice material to make a horseshoe oil tank. Naturally TIG welded for a neat, clean and strong connection.

We bend fixed stainless steel pipes for the connection.

Sporty Boardtracker

For the enthusiastic customer Heiko we started with the structural work.
His wish is to use hole patterns on the forward controls, battery box and mounts. Furthermore, an oval oil tank and a sporty tank with an extra deep tunnel which gives a fast look.

To be continued.

Car tire

Henry, customer since 1996, came by with a block and gear-box. After a cup of coffee, he indicated that he had some ideas again for an extremely new project.
We were allowed to work with a car tire, it has been a long time since we mounted one, but the look is great!

Triumph Boardtracker

This beautiful bike won an award at the Bigtwin show in the category Freestyle and is soon to be featured in the magazine.
In the spring, the boardtracker will also be featured in the book by Horst Rösler (HRF motographer) from Germany and in the French RadiKal Custom Artworks book.

Horst Rösler HRF motographer
Horst Rösler HRF motographer
Horst Rösler HRF motographer
Horst Rösler HRF motographer

Unique frames

We have been able to make a few beautiful frames at the request of customers.
This time a frame with ribs in the front tube, this design will be reflected in the design of the motorcycle.
The Chopper frame is equipped with rear axle castings. The special thing about this is that it is suitable for the ¾ inch rear axle (19 mm), so you do not need adapter bushes. This is the case with all other castings.

Frame with castings and standard  ¾ inch rearaxle mounting
Casting mounts for the standard  ¾ inch rearaxle. With this you do not need adapter bushes. This is the case with all other castings.
Frame with ribbed front tube
ribbed front tube

Old Skool Chopper

The moment Miriam saw Sarah, she thought it was time to realize her dream of building an Old Skool Chopper.
The wish was to work with a 200 mm rear tire and a matching high front wheel.
Miriam also wanted a black springer front fork with a small brake disc and black brake caliper.
The apehanger with an IL tank makes it complete.