Friday, 19 October 2018

Polished gearbox

Anders has worked over 30 hours to polish his chopper project gearbox, he just couldn't resist after polishing the oiltank - and what a result, absolutely awsome!!

Sunday, 14 October 2018

Project update -Atle

Work on Atle's longbike today.

Atle's longbike on the workshop floor now to check its stance and to make sure it won't be too low

Positioning the gastank

Rear sprocket brake rotor and caliper looking good.

Friday, 12 October 2018

Project update -Anders

Anders spent quite some time polishing his homemade stainless steel oiltank in our workshop. Gearbox and rockerboxes next?

Friday, 5 October 2018

Cool Shovels

Really like this one.... (click to enlarge)
....and this one -get the cool invaders.

Sunday, 30 September 2018

Clubhouse dinner

Chopper Freaks clubhouse dinner last Friday every second month thru' the autumn/winter. Yummy!

Homemade Invaders

Invader wheel made in Mortens workshop on Atle's Springer
 The hub also custom made in the workshop. These wheels are beautiful!
Morten's Pan chop with his homemade Invader wheels

 Morten's front wheel now with the tyre on and looking soo good.

Tuesday, 28 August 2018

1000 Hills-Run 2018

There is a link on the right side of the blog to the 100 Hills-Run. Just scroll down the favorite blogs list.

Sunday, 29 July 2018

Hillbillies MC 30 years

 Choppers seen at Hillbillies MC 30 years anniversary, Årjäng, Sweden
German Panhead, get the external compensater . Designed by our german friend living in Sweden, Siggi.

 Another nice Pan chopper

 Cool paint job.
 Early Shovel chopper always cool.

Early Shovel bobber looking good.
Get the 2%er sticker and spot the R 
 Panhead choppers are cool
Not sure here, what category? Twinkie chopper bagger? = chagger?

Our closest neighbour at the camp. With a permanent log cabin to sleep two! So cool.

New post: (reblogged) STOLEN

Friends of ours from Finland were visiting Copenhagen DENMARK this week when there two sportster choppers got STOLEN. Fucking thieving lowlifes. Come on, when all Danish blogfollowers (and we have many) help we might be able to retrieve those.
Look out for them and if you see them let us know. The licenseplate numbers of these Finnish bikes are TT-685  and the other is IN-680
We truly wish they are recovered in one piece, this guy has built both bikes in his own garage using what he got – everything from frame mods down to paint. There’s nothing on these bikes with commercial value except for motors

(Reblogged from Rogues MC blog)

Friday, 1 June 2018

Still summer...

 Yess, it's still summer in the south of Norway!

Thursday, 31 May 2018


Yeah nice, but who's going to lift it?