Corrected by an alert reader in the comments. Thanks!
This was in the parking lot of a local shop that specializes in old british bikes. It’s not often you see a period correct all original “flower power” paint scheme so well preserved on an old ride like this. Not exactly my style but this must have been just the ticket back in the day…
This is my kinda bike! Mike sent me these pics of his 06 Triumph Scrambler yesterday. He’s been taking his time on it and the results are great. I love the stance of it but he didn’t overlook the little things. Nice muscular looking ride.
On my bike, I’ve done the obligatory stuff – airbox butcher-job, D&D exhaust, carb jetting and Thruxton needles; I lowered the whole thing by about 3″, removed the fenders, bullet turn signals (truck stop specials on the front), Ducati (can I say Desmosedici?) moped headlight, aftermarket speedo, removed big plastic handlebar controls and replaced them with teensy momentary buttons…starter switch replaced with LSP kill switch, drilled holes here and there, #7 bend flat track bars, milled the goose neck in half and smoothed them down, Pit Posse pegs….probably some other stuff, too. I’m a slow worker, and I REALLY don’t expect you to list all of this crap, just more to let you know, I guess.
So, anyways, thanks again.
One of these days I have to get me one of these.
Thanks Again. Hope you don’t mind but I posted your build list cause I’m sure if I didn’t folks would be asking.