Triumph T100 SS by Untitled Motorcycles Shows Retro Elegance
The owner of this bike became interested in board track racing after a trip to an old-timer bike show in good-old Germany and saw this Triumph in a partially assembled state. He got the old bike and sent it to London's Untitled Motorcycles to finish the endeavor started by the previous owner.
A Harley springer fork was fitted on the stripped frame, which was now powder-coated in gunmetal grey, and which was ready to receive the rebuilt T100 SS engine. The skinny rims got a white coat for a more powerful contrast with the rest of the machine.
Many of the parts have been bronze-plated for a more vintage and authentic look, including bars, oil and fuel caps, and the sawed old car horn now turned into a carburetor intake.
Since the project was all about vintage allure, Untitled also commissioned a Peruvian Walnut rear fender from Califonia's Woody's Fenders, a glorious match for the leather seat. Chopped and wrapped exhausts add an even more racey style and make this Triumph sound amazing, as Untitled says.
Source: Bike EXIF.
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