Sometimes it gets pretty awkward trying to source old British stuff over here in England, although it is said that around 70% of Triumph's output went to the US and you would have to think that BSA would have been up there as well. Anyway I digress, a pal of mine and fellow DB'er Roy lives in Montana, USA and for some reason better known to himself is lusting after a bit of JAP powered fun. That's J.A.P. not Jap by the way, and whilst not the easiest thing to find parts for it must give an immense feeling of achievement when something does turn up. To follow Roy's quest for his personal grail, check his blog out HERE.
Wednesday, 28 September 2011
This is so close to what I consider the nascent style of British Bobberness that it's difficult to draw a line, so, for all intents and purposes this is where it's at, as far as BIW is concerned anyways up.
There's been a delay in posting these pics because I've been waiting for the thumbs up from George to "blogjack" 'em. For more of these great looking bikes and to read his funny, insightful, informative web page go this way to Georges Shed