This one was dated March 31′st!
Thought I would send in my pic off a ride out yesterday in the snow on my Triumph Scrambler. If this snow dosn’t go away soon I can see I’m going to have to get me some better tyers for the snow.
Many thanks and keep up the good work.
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Really glad I found this one! That’s a tough looking build!
I’ve been reading your site for quite some time now and I really enjoy it!….keep up the good work!
here are some pic’s of my 2001 Triumph bonny that I have owned since new I just recently completed the scrambler up grade you see in the pic’s the cromoly frame,pipes,camshafts,and fiberglass,ect. were all made from scratch in my garage……feel free to post them on your site if you like.
Thanks for your consideration
Frank Lee Strange
Very Nice! Bravo Roberto!
(I just noticed in that when I entered my post tag that this is my first Mondial. And shame on me)
Hy, congratulations for your blog it’s great! I send you some picture of my
bikes.The shot with the Mondial was been taken at Imola, the other two I have
made from Speed Triple 955ì.
Roberto from milan
Pete Boyd send in this beauty!
My Scrambler. Las Vegas is the skyline behind my bike.
I don’t do this often so please don’t start flooding me with announcement requests of each and every completed build but I do like this one. To my eye anyway it hits just the right notes. Nice build Marty!
From the “things you don’t see every day” department! Not sure how I feel about it exactly but it takes balls to build for sure! Saw this in a DR650 message board thread of all places! It’s from the All British ride run by the BSAOC.
Robbie consider the position filled! You are now the NW correspondent to MCPOTD. Unfortunately there’s no pay or benefits but you do get to go riding a lot and practice your camera skills!
Here’s 3 more from the LeMay show
(Let’s see if William Ferry bites!) Oh good one – ed
1) A very “washed” Cafe racer
2) A very busy Moto Guzzi
3) A 1949 triumph T100
I’m Applying for a new position as NW correspondant to Mcpotd.
In this shot you HAVE to appreciate the commitment to the genre when they cast a clutch cover to match the theme! Must be a great ride!
I’ve heard these referred to as a cheese slicer for the flywheel on the other side.
That’s just gorgeous!