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Paul DeJong

 

Being on bicycles for 40 years and motorcycles for 20 years I'm glad I can use that experience at Paul's Boutique BMX shop and as a Biltwell Dealer in the Netherlands, Europe. Loving almost everything on wheels and its hard to miss that at our shop: Classic cars, MX bikes, BMX Old School bikes, Harley-Davidson's, Skateboards are all over the place and the only thing that stops us is the lack of space. I started the Hoodlumsociety blog to show people what we are doing in our spare time, hope its interesting enough for you to visit us.
 
Paul.

Being on bicycles for 40 years and motorcycles for 20 years I'm glad I can use that experience at Paul's Boutique BMX shop and as a Biltwell Dealer in the Netherlands, Europe. Loving almost everything on wheels and its hard to miss that at our shop: Classic cars, MX bikes, BMX Old School bikes, Harley-Davidson's, Skateboards are all over the place and the only thing that stops us is the lack of space. I started the Hoodlumsociety blog to show people what we are doing in our spare time, hope its interesting enough for you to visit us. Paul.

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KERSTSHOW: Eerst FRAU FRAGEN!

DECEMBER 20th 2014: GIGANTISCHE KERSTSHOW at Paul's Boutique / Hoodlum Society!
You are welcome from 11:00h - 18:00h for some drinks, food, surprises and free live band at 16:30h!

AVY's New school bike



Spending money on  "school bikes" is not my thing, I never had a new school bike in my life and I don't blame my parents at all. I see kids destroying hundreds of dollar bikes in a few weeks so my kids are going to school on "indestructable BMX Bikes"... I spend $ 2,00 on this total bike, all parts are refurbished/welded/polished/re-bend etc so the only thing I used was a inner brake cable. An old "KHE PARIS FLATLAND" frame was used, cut out the cracked top and downtube and made it 1 inch shorter, sleeved it and welded it together, strong enough for a 5 year old.....I hope.

Week #3 REBUILD OF THE 1967 IRONHEAD




Lower bracket of the rearfender was ugly so I made a new one from an old Universal Motocross barmount and a topclamp of an old Harley-Davidson riser. 43 Gold plated bolts will hold the fender nicely in place.

Subaru Forester, yes I know......

Yes I know: I don't like Japanese stuff.
Yes I know: I don't like colored cars
Yes I know: Its a piece of shit

But the good news is: It has black wheels!

Porsche 911



Picked up this 1984 Porsche Carrera last week for Dutchmanphotos, now we have an excuse again to go for an icecream again.

WEEK #2 REBUILD OF THE 1967 IRONHEAD




Cleaning up the frame, I will fill all the holes that I don't need anymore. The neck will be smoothed out and thinking of welding the "Bolt On" section to the frame so its a bit stronger and it is safer if I loose a bolt again.....

WEEK #1 REBUILD OF THE 1967 IRONHEAD




WEEK #1: 1967 IRONHEAD RESTORATION.

Workshop Wednesday's are gone, it will be weekly updates on the rebuild of the 1967 Ironhead Sportster. Engine is out of the frame, need a total rebuild with new cylinders/pistons/bigend/oilpump/clutch/mayby gearbox etc so lots of work/money to go this Winter of 2014/2015.

Frame will be cleaned up, holes are going to be filled, everything shaved and we will check if the bolt on frame is straight. Powdercoater is ready but I'm not sure about the color yet but I have some weeks to think about it. Haven't seen any cracks yet but we will see if the paint is off.

1967 Ironhead break down almost ready




Building stuff is not really hard, I think its harder to break down a bike. I tried to take as many pictures as I could so I can check where everything was sitting and I hope I can still read my greasy handwriting in a few months. Next week I take out the rest of the engine, fork and rearwheel and start welding all the holes in the frame and clean it up for powdercoat. No color decision yet, asphalt Black or gloss black is the choice right now but I can go with silver too.

Dodge Ram Front brakes




Had some problems with overheated brakes in Austria last summer so I had to figure out why: 1 left brakepiston got stucked in the caliper so it was hitting the brakepad and pushing it to the disc all the time. Ordered some new kevlar coated pistons and new disc and Hawk brakepads to be sure everything is fresh again. Pistons in and out took a while, righthand side took half an hour. Some bleeding going on tonight so the brakefluid DOT 3 is fresh and we can drive safe for another 6 years.

The sun is out again!





After a few weeks of rain it was time to take the '72 Ironhead out for the first time after the paintjob and new Biltwell Mini Mufflers, Handlebars and more small stuff. Riding position on this bike has changed from super SHIT to super GOOD with these Universal Motocross Mini RC bars. Rear brake need some work or just brake a lot with the new installed brakepads to get them working again, now I didn't have a rear brake at all....

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