Close Up On Sweden Bike Show Winner


















This bike just won a trip to Sturgis to compete in August in the 2007 AMD World Championship. Stellan Egeland, owner & builder of this show winner in Sweden, sent to me the following information: (Pictures by Sheriff Media Group): “The bike is called Hulster 8 valve. It has a knucklehead bottom end and homemade cylinders in bronze and cylinder heads in aluminum with open valves. The transmission is a Norton 4-speed from the thirties. The rims are 23″wm1, the rest is mostly hand made parts. I will get more pics of it on my website soon, but i suck at computers. The bike can be seen at the World Championship in Sturgis. Best regards Stellan Egeland. SE Service. Owner and Builder”.

7 Responses to “Close Up On Sweden Bike Show Winner”

  1. 1 Fausto Simoes Jun 7th, 2007 at 9:19 am

    That bike looks fun to ride!

    Fausto Simoes
    MotoXcycle Inc.

  2. 2 Stellan Jun 8th, 2007 at 5:04 am

    Thanks for publishing my bike, i hope that people like it.I just want everyone to know that the text written on the center/ lower picture was photoshopped in there by a photgrapher without my knowledge. See you in Sturgis. Best regards. Stellan

  3. 3 goldiron Jun 8th, 2007 at 8:56 am


    Once again, thank you for presenting a truly wonderful bike.

    Stellan, this is a beautiful and delightful world-class bike to look at and study. It is a true joy to the eye of the beholder.

    I wish you all the good luck in the world at the Sturgis Rally.


  4. 4 Nicker Jun 14th, 2007 at 3:01 am

    Way to go Stellan!
    That scoot looks like it needs to be run on the salt!

  5. 5 Harleychick13m Jun 14th, 2007 at 2:03 pm

    I think this is a very interesting machine and would love to know more about it, especially the lubrication system. I think Stellan’s Machine is a work of industrial art! very cool indeed

  6. 6 sweetlemonaid Jun 15th, 2007 at 9:46 am

    Check out the following link for more details:

  7. 7 Nicker Jun 16th, 2007 at 12:33 am

    Thanks for the link sweet….
    Some max cool pics.
    I’m think-n Stellan & guys like Goldammer are shoing us the future.

    RE: Roger G.
    “… this is sort of my own personal challenge… to build a bike capable of competing at the highest level (the World Championships of Custom Bike Building), but it also has a real performance element to it, something that can be raced. That’s getting further away from the static display of artistic bikes that don’t handle well. Mine may not do either one very well, but I need to try…”

    Looking at the background in shots of Goldammer’s new project, you could see how cleen his shop is. Makes mine look like a Rat’s-nets…. 🙁

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