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Discussion in 'Trials' started by Garthe, Oct 4, 2011.
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Depending on what you want to do, there is a thriving aftermarket (mostly in UK) for pre-65 trials bike stuff. Frames, engine mounts, body work, you name it. If you are looking for a competitive classic trials mount you can find most eveything you need. If you are just looking to play around then there are cheaper options of course!
Any one interested in buying, selling, trading, please see my post in the Trials classified.
Sorry I don't know how to do the clever little link thing.
You have got to go to www.ntxtrials.com and at the bottom of the home page check out the old school trials guys. Check out the photo's for some names you might know. Great stuff.
Great ressource, Thank You very much !!!
I do like the YAHAHA, nice job.
HMmm, that black cylinder is just screamin` to be painted too!
I like that idea. Thank you!!!
Look here for some nice vintage trials bikes.
Here is an Arrow for sale in Walla Walla.
Wow! It went for $11,000!! Admittedly a fair bit nicer than what I started with, but still...
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That was over the top. I havent a clue what the buyer was thinking!
After a few sealing issues my new tubeless rear wheel conversion was tested today... along with my recently dislocated knee!! Both performed well..
More here: https://www.facebook.com/TriStateTrialers
Those Cub's are great! I've wanted to build one of those forever, but just never seem to get around to it. Thanks for posting the pics.
Popped to the Classic show this weekend... wondered if you wanted to see some of the bikes that were there..
A gallery of my photos here ... http://s1014.photobucket.com/albums/af269/tonybrindley/Telfordclassic2013/
Thanks for sharing. Love seeing classic bikes! Will get one at some point... just not sure when, most likely after I get my 74 Supper Beetle project done.
Well i just brought home a new parts bike, 74 TY80. I now have everything needed to complete this project except time.
and the bike that started it, My dad bought it for my brothers and they rode it so much that it went through 3 top end builds and finally got left behind in disrepair for me to come along and restore.