TRIUMPH, MAKING SHORT PEOPLE LOOK TALLER SINCE 1907
Taking a grinder to Britain's motorcycling heritage. Disclaimer This "Blog" represents the thoughts and actions of the author. It is created for academic interest and entertainment only. It is neither intended or implied that any person reading any article contained within, imitates or recreates any work described.
Them's of you that have been poppin' in here for a while will remember this. It's the big lumps of a 1946 500cc BSA B33, that I scored about 6 months ago. All this talk of Chicara, Board Trackers and the like has got the brain ticking over. Just Future Games at the moment of course but there is a master plan beginning to form as to the direction this bike is going to take. Because the frame is so narrow, I'm thinking big finned Gold Star top end, so the motor is by far the widest thing when viewed from the back. Girder forks with short straight bars and Talon 19" moto-cross wheels. Trials and/or moto-cross fittings to keep everything on the frame as narrow as possible. Sort of a pre-war cafe racer type of deal................just thinkin' at the moment you understand.