Removed from a BSA A65, but will fit other applications. Made of fiberglass and has a nice period paint job. These parts are barn fresh and haven't seen the light of day for over thirty years. Click here if interested
Made a pretty cool caliper bracket for this disc brake set up. Now we can run the caliper up top as opposed to hanging down low.
Very neat bike for sale. Looks like a BSA A10 frame, a Triumph pre unit motor, cerriani forks, custom headers, alloy fenders, tank and rim, etc. Here's the ad on craigslsit.
Im trying to build a dirt bike on my spare time. Here's where Im at; I put a Yamaha TT front end on and taller Progressive shocks (thanks Hank) in the rear . Im going to mount this B44 tank and Triumph Tr25 seat. Eventually I think Im going to put aluminum fenders, maybe an aluminum oil tank, high exhaust pipes and a skid plate... It's a start.
Our buddy Twiggy started a video magazine- Meditation 4 Madmen
Jason rode his 1956 Triumph TR6 down to LA for Born Free last summer. His fender mount came off and started rubbing on his tire on the freeway, his clutch started slipping and jerking, he lost his velocity stack, his kickstart lever and his headlight fell out. He had no charging system the whole trip, so he had to ride in the middle of the pack at night. His carb started leaking into his magneto which made it really hard to start. After he lost his kickstart lever we had to bump start his bike at every gas stop. BUT, his bike made it back to the shop in San Francisco beaten and battered. It seemed to know that it was home and gave up. Since the trip Jason has been working on it here and there trying to get it to run right again. He had the magneto rebuilt and put a different carb on it. She isn't back to her original self, but she is finally back on the road.
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