zaterdag 31 maart 2012


By Sickboyz (UK), nicest mudguard ever!

donderdag 29 maart 2012

Mexican Old Skool Bagger

A different kind of bagger is the Mexican Old Skool Bagger by Geert Baudet (Belgium) with the coolest striping you've ever seen. Soon in the Dutch magazine...

maandag 26 maart 2012


Sickboyz, the coolest guys in town! Two of their bikes are shot in the studio at the Bigtwin bikeshow 2011. Now busy with post-processing. lots of work...

zondag 25 maart 2012

2th City Customs

From the UK, shot at the Bigtwin Bikeshow 2012, soon in the Dutch magazine...

vrijdag 23 maart 2012

Nice cover


Barn Choppers

Soon in Bigtwin magazine, this brutal 2 litre S&S powered chopper by Barn Choppers!

woensdag 21 maart 2012


Royal Jack is working on the tins of project Own Skool, which has changed style a bit. Wow, that's some sparkling blue!

woensdag 14 maart 2012

Behind the scenes...

Photoshoot of the coolest bike of the century. Period... :-)

zondag 11 maart 2012

Urban Rotterdam Bike

New concept of bike-building by Wilco: The Urban Rotterdam Bike. Soon to be featured in Bigtwin.

zaterdag 10 maart 2012

How is it hanging?

The Own Skool got a little make over this winter, as it was supplied with another head-light and sand-blasted aluminium wheels. However I wanted the bike to be multi-colored those days, I now go for a more back-to-basic look. The bike once was build to approach the English survival-style of bike building, so Royal Jack offered to put some matt-black color on my tins for a Mad-Max look... but with a little twist. :-) To be continued...

No Quarter

No Quarter by Destiny Cycles! Have I told you that I like English build bikes? Also this beautiful British bike is shot yesterday in La France. Detailling is perfect, and I have to mention the engraved primary cover in particular! Soon in the mags...

Blue Waffle

Wow! 2012 is just begun, and we've already shot the most brutal bike of the century! It's Robbie's supercharged (!!) NSU chopper. Nothing beats this I guess?!

Yesterday we rode a total of 700 km (to North France and back) to make some photo's of this mental handcrafted stainless steel piece of art from Great Britain. The sand-heap on the background makes the Max-Max image complete. Thanks Robbie!