Here at El Lobo Cycles we have a strong appreciation for honest, hard working, skilled people who are artists in their own way and who pursue quality above all else. Whether this is in fabricating awesome bikes, high quality parts, cooking up some righteous slow cooked ‘Cue or sticking ink….. we take inspiration from them all. Visit their sites and keep craftsmanship alive!!
If you need something to do with leather, Daniel Kleijne is your man. With his tools, skills and perseverance, he’s able to do possibly anything you can imagine with saddle leather. You name it, and he will find a way to produce an outstanding peace of leather art, whether it is about design, stamping, engraving, sewing or painting.
This shop sells the nicest customs in the UK, period. No surprise they are the only dealer of Zero Engineering in the UK. But besides that, their staff is extremely nice and helpful. Their customer service is excellent. If you need anything from the workshop, ask for George. And they serve the best burger we have had outside the US in their cafe.
Jan Wielinga has been taking bikes from nice looking to awesome since 1992. This guy knows his way around airbrush and special paint. There is a good reason why bikes with his work show up in magazines. He is fast, reasonably prices and delivers only the highest quality work. And on top of that, he is a stand-up guy.
Beer, the president of the Rogues MC has his own business in metal works. From fabricating unique parts for your iron horse to trophy’s, lamps and miniature versions of your bike, he is a true master in metal sculpting. Drop him a line if you think Stock Sucks and you want to stand out in the crowd of shelf-shit.
Rinto has been in the business of Ink since 1983. He is (one of) the best tattoo artist in Europe, but most definitely Holland. His Old-School and Japanese style are top-shelf, and stand the test of time like no others. If this nice guy isn’t available, ask for Bas, who rocks as well. Super nice guys.