The pictures are a little on the small side but it’s too nice not to post. I’m guessing from the message that came with the pictures that the bike is Italian. 🙂
desert dall’ italia, Saluti Carlo, complimenti per il blog
UPDATE: Contact info is: Andrew Wilson
I’ll leave it up for a week or so.
Andrew Writes in:
I don’t do a lot of “for sale” post but this is one of my favorites. Wish I could buy it myself.
Aaron sent me a nice silhouette shot of his stable the other day along with a link to his flickr stream. While perusing his photos I stumbled across this stunner of a custom Triumph Scrambler. WOW! Aaron I hope you don’t mind (and if you do I’ll pull them immediately) but I’m a huge Triumph fan and couldn’t pass these up.
By the way your original submital is excellent and included below. I’d love to see more angles of the Duck and especially Beemer.
Thanks Very Much
Aarons original note:
I got a bit inspired on Sunday and had some fun with my DSLR and Photoshop; I ended up with what I think is a very good photo of my two bikes (’75 BMW R75/6 and ’06 Ducati Multistrada 1000s) that you and your readers might like. The original is attached, and other sizes are at my flicker acct (under a Creative Commons license, so feel free to use what you like), here:
Here’s the shanghaied Triumph…
And the original submittable. Excellent Shot!
UPDATE: Here is the previous post I had of this beauty from Dec 09. Man what a looker!
I’m sure I’ve posted this bike on here in the past but I don’t have time to dig up the link at the moment.
Now it’s FOR SALE
The description from the for sale ad lists the following:
What it is: 2002 Triumph Bonneville motor with 2 35mm Mikuni Flat Side Pumper carbs, 4130 Cromemoly TIG welded frame with 46mm KX500 Forks (10.7″ travel), Rear single shock CR500 (10.8″ travel). Hand made Aluminum 5+ Gallon tank. & Side panels, Two sets of wheels, street & Dirt on Excell rims (have their own sprockets & rotors), Scotts Steering Stabilser, ICO Speedo, hand made High pipes with Jardine mufflers. Renthal Bars.
Hey come on Triumph! Build us all one!
Thanks to our official MPOTD roving reporter Mike Skelton for the find. I love that this pic shows that the bike is ridden for it’s intended purpose and not just a show queen. I bet it”s a decent handler to boot. Hey Triumph how about a stripped down version for the general public! I imagine it’s be a bit more practical with the sidepipe but I still like the dualies.