So here we are... I just finished an extensive rebuild on my Super Glide and if I didn't find a new project I was afraid I would just rip it apart again... (Link: http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/harley-dual-sport-the-land-speed-street-bike.1051908/) This is the result of the Super Glide project. I have been looking for a wet frame Triumph for a while and I found the perfect kit bike on Ebay for a really good price, 1972 T120 Bonniville cases, frame, swingarm and title. So what are we building... Per AHRMA, "11.1.10 SPORTSMAN OPEN TWINS: Unit-construction or pre-unit, four-stroke motorcycles with two or more cylinders through the 1974 model year, and like-design machines, manufactured as 600cc and larger. No major components may be later than 1974, actual wheel travel is restricted to conform with the 7-inch/4-inch rule, Sportsman Open Twins have no displacement restrictions". What's the plan... The chassis needs to go together first, forks (7 inches of travel ) and wheels will be 1973 ish Husqvarna 400CR (The CR rear hub has a full floating brake and the hubs are bomb proof and light), triple clamps will be custom because the early Husky stem doesn't play well with the Triumph steering head, as a bonus I can pull the fork legs 10mm closer to the stem so the bike will actually turn. The engine will be built as a long rod Morgo 750, early 9 bolt head with mild head work, JOMO 15 cams, dual 32mm VM Mikunis, and a 1978 5 speed transmission. Why such an odd combination... Easy I already have some of the parts. Photos will be posted as things get started and more parts start to arrive. While we are waiting here's some inspirational photos.