Swedish style chopper

Carl-Inge "Inca" Larsson from Leftovers MC in Östersund, Jämtland, still hadn't been born back in 1968 when the movie Easy Rider hit the biker community like a tidal wave and changed a lot of attitudes to how a motorcycle should actually look. And even back then, in the early 70's, the choppers that rolled through Sweden often were built in mom's kitchen or in the boys room with a minimum of tools. Very few of those who loved the chopper-look actually knew how to weld, and besides, it was not legally permitted to weld the frame and change the angle of the steering head. The extended forks were often not very stable, but still... It was a chopper... and if you had built it, you were the King of the World!

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