British bike builder Tony Scott has done it again, unveiling two new Triumph-based custom bikes: the Gemini Naked and Indianapolis.
Both are based on the Triumph Speed Triple 1050, which already produces a mighty 160bhp at the rear wheel as well as a whopping 90ftlb of torque.
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The Naked loosely follows the café racer theme by adding minimalist carbon fibre bodywork. Front suspension is courtesy of Öhlins, while Maxton provide a fully adjustable shock for the rear.
British hose experts HEL take care of the braking duties and there are more trinkets including a keyless ignition system as well as Dymag carbon wheels.
In addition to the more traditional Naked, ABR are also producing the Gemini Indianapolis (above), inspired by the US flat track scene and the famous racing oval that gives it its name.
Sharing a similar Speed Triple 1050 starting point, the Indianapolis instead has pulled-back bars, a numberboard styled front light and Kineo tubeless spoked wheels.
Although both bikes have a distinctive style, ABR say the finished look is totally up to the customer. Not only can a buyer choose the final paintscheme, you're also free to swap the finishing kit and suspension if you want a totally unique machine.
The Geminis are the first two bikes from Associated British Motorcycles; a sister brand to Scott’s T3 Performance racing operation. ABR can deliver bikes complete or work on a provided donor machine, with bespoke builds starting from as little as £9999.