Project Gallery

——–  Sam’s Chopper  ——–

Sam’s chopper started out as a original Harley Davidson Sportster. The bike is stillpretty far from finished, but the basic lines of the bike are done. This winter the plans will be made how the rest of the bike will look.

Most parts are ordered here at RJC-Choppers the rest was found at the World Wide Web. All the fab. work was done by RJC-Choppers with the help of Sam.

——–  Pieter his Fatboy  ——–

Pieter made this masterpiece from his own 2003 Anniversary Fatboy. He took the whole bike appart so he could rebuild/respray every part of his bike. It took him 2,5 years to finish it, but the result is worth it.

Most parts are ordered here at RJC-Choppers the rest was found at the World Wide Web. All the fab. work was done by Pieter with a little help of RJC-Choppers. Paint by Royal Kustom Works

——–  Kawasaki Bobber by Neil  ——–

This Kawasaki Bobber was made by our Belgium client Neil. Neil started out with a stock Kawasaki ltd 454 from 1989 and turned it into this neat little bobber.

In the winter Neil will continue building on his bobber with some Whitewalls, stainless brake lines and some black rims.

 ——– Sportster Chopper by Geert ——–

Way far up north in the Netherlands Geert is building this cool looking Chopper based on a Sportster engine in a hardtail frame.

This winter Geert will have a go on the electrical system to get this bike running a.s.a.p.

We will keep you updated about this build as soon as Geert has made some progress.

——–  RJC’s Daily Driver  ——–

The bike has seen many faces since I bought her in 2009. This bike is meant to be ridden so function over form for this one. I’ll probably rebuild her a couple of more times but our roads will never part.

——–  RJC’s Hardtail project  ——–

It took many years to get this far and it probalbly will take a few more years to finish it. The goal is to build a true sixties style chopper based on this 1979 Ironhead frame. The frame has a custom hardtail end to gain 4″ of stretch and drop. Rest of the parts are handmade, found on the World Wide Web, swapmeets or, in case new parts were needed, ordered at RJC-Choppers