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John Westlake  says:

What do you get if you cross a Triumph, Norton and Ducati?

Answer: a Tronti. This one was built by Mike Etienne from Jersey and is a modern take on the Triton of the Sixties. This is the synthesis of 1958 Manx Norton frame, 1979 T140 Triumph 750 engine (not stock) and 1994 750SS Ducati forks, wheels and brakes. Mike said: “A lot of engineering was necessary to make it all line...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (13 August 2010 17:13)

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eltomo

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eltomo says:

,,,

I think i few peeps here missed the point of this bike imo.

 

Wicked bit of kit and a tasteful modern cafe racer that still has authenticity about it.

 

COOL

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Richard1967

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Richard1967 says:

Nope

I didnt miss the point , the point was to make a bike look like a pile of shit

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