Hard Bobbers by Koji Hamada’s HAMMER SYCLE

Koji’s workshop was our third stage that tuesday.
all photographs by Franz J. Venzin


Shu with his ‚Hardly Driveable‘ knuckle hard bobber.

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…the chief in charge!

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Well, that was it for the day, we’re heading back!

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Saitama, Japan – December 10th, 2014


It was an intense day that december 10th, but we had a great journey with great dudes. I want to thank Lou Nozaki and Shu Kishi to guide us and to let me do the reportage in their workshop as well as Koji Hamada and Tom Hayashi. Last but not least, thanks to Mario ‚MB Leathers‘ Burkardt for making all this possible and Alessandro Bertolotti to be with us and taking care nobody got lost 😉



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