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there are some real nice XS and sportster based street trackers out there. been too busy to work on it but here is my '79.



 

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Well, I'm saving a Suzuki gn400 single for a future street tracker/lawn runner. If anybody hasn't seen what the guys in Japan are doing with small singles and twins, check out www.bratstyle.com

I dig this style, its cool and cheap.
 

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Stock frame with top rear section tubes ( under seat ) straightened to fit narrow seat. This Triumph is absolutely beautiful with so many incredible one off pieces. Goes as good as it looks,stokin motor fed by pumper Dellortos.



 

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thats just pure sickness. the dual shakers exiting on the left sure are purdy. are those 19" front rims on both Trackmaster Triumphs?

i really like this stance on a bike.
 

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I just love that it's leaning against the wall even thou it has a kick stand
tom said:
there are some real nice XS and sportster based street trackers out there. been too busy to work on it but here is my '79.



 

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this was my Brothers bike when he died in 1976, I found it 15 years ago and have been trying to get it back ever since, I got it a couple months ago, it was given to him by his best friend Gene Romero who was 1970 AMA flat track champion and my brothers roomate
 

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I noticed that a lot of the early flat tracker frames have a loop behind the seat. What is the purpose of that piece of tubing?
 

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Blackbob, here ya go. 1952 T-110, Betor forks, nickle plated frame , cut down Bonneville tank, stock sprung hub. This Triumph has been blastin' around So-Cal for 54 years ! I was out riding it today, it is 80 F here in San Diego today.

 
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