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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by ricochetrider, Jan 12, 2012.
Wow- great thread. Props to all on some fantastic bikes.
looks like a Trident with a CB inline four in it.
"I've been layin low, the wife downloaded a 2011 baby boy so I only got about 5 days of trails and 1 race in last year."
Hmmmm...this is disturbing on so many levels......just 2 quick thoughts.....1. Have you figured out how she ended up in that condition and 2. have you thought of the implications of your gene pool replicating?
But congrats none the less
I was thinking about being down that way for Daytona this year...but looks like I will on a road trip to Algeria and Finland about that time :eek1
I have seen that Quadrant in person that is pictured. It definitely doesn't look like a CB motor in a Trident up close. Actually very well done by someone.
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CVMG Ottawa display at last weekends local bike show.
New and old Nortons
Ariel Trials bike
Lets not forget the "British Motorcycle Works" entry!
My dad's A10
My brother's A65
So ,did you buy the 441?
Heres one I put togeather. Its alot of fun, great bike for gravel roads.
Heres how I got it
Malcolm Dixon AKA BritBodger rides the Dragon on his Rocket III.
RIP Malcolm. what a guy!
Here is a few of shots of my just finished 75'. I still have to lace up the Excell rims, but after four months I am tired!
Here is my 67' Bonnie when I brought it home, it is now on the lift waiting for some attention
1-I dont think you want me to explain how it happened
2-Hopefully his momma's side prevails.
It's a little funky now that the AHRMA road races arent until October. Still got MX,CC and Trials over @ Gatorback which is a good time. We are gonna run the CC race and possibly take a stab at the Alligator Enduro.
Not original it's a knockoff but, yeah.
your Norton is stunning. great job. and yeah the 67 Bonnie is pretty sweet too.
great bike there. love the paint job.
Some of my old ones:
My first bike, 1970 Norton (currently on the bench for upgrades):
The old BSA's:
Sold those when this project came around:
Rattlecan paint job on an extra tank that I did 2 years ago.
Back in 84 I never got around to doing any graphics on the original blue.
Would you speak so kindly still if I was running the old tank?
But I do agree, with the addition of red/white/stickers, it "makes it".
well i sure wouldn't wax prolific about THAT paint*job* ... but the bike is sweet just the same.
A couple of "sporting" British V-twins at a local classic bike meet.
Have this for sale....... 1971 650 Tiger in great shape. 4000.00 obo. Starts first kick every time!!!!! New top end, pipes, rims and tires and more. Really fun to ride.
So that's what that stands for!