This unique looking two-wheeler comes to us from the folks over at Pangea Speed. When asked what he was going for, Andy, one of the bikes designers said this: ” The bike is a 2008 triumph speed master. I build this bike for my good friend Bret Walton, he basically told me to build the wildest bike I could think of and this is what was born. Bret had the engine laying around so I took that and bought some ratted out tr5t / t120 wheels and built the rest out of sheet metal and tubing.”
“I designed the fork and had Dave Vogt model it up in solid works so that they could be machined. Dave did the paint job and Andy Kawahara pin striped it. I basically wanted to design a bike that had the functionality of the WWII era bikes so that is where the luggage rack and saddle bag come in.”
“The seat is suspended on a hidden leaf spring and has an adjustable cam to raise and lower the seat for different riders. Mike Robbins did the stitches on the seat and knee pads. the bike was featured in last years born free builders series and took about a year to build. I am very fortunate to have the best clients on earth.”
If you are looking for a custom build contact the guys at Pangea Speed at firstname.lastname@example.org. Judging from this bike they are sure to come up with something fantastic for you.