Bespoke British brand Gladstone Motorcycles have unveiled a new model following their original Gladstone No.1 bobber, launched in 2013.
The new bike, dubbed the SE, is "a slightly lazier, earthier version of the No.1," according to its designer, Guy Willison.
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"We wanted to build a bike where we didn’t have customers for it. This is what I’d build for myself as a personalised bike on the road. No outside influences, it’s just me and Henry [Cole; TV presenter and company founder] building what we want to ride," continued Willison.
The SE is based around a Metisse nickel plated, rigid frame and comes with a bespoke alloy petrol tank and dummy oil tank, five-inch Smiths analogue speedo, fully-refurbished 650cc four-speed Triumph T120R engine with right foot gear shift and single carburettor, Norman Hyde M-bars, Ceriani fork and Norton TLS front brake.
It also gets a flush-fitting petrol cap, Doherty levers, Tommaselli handlebar grips, brass head and tail-lamp bezels and an Alcantara seat with red stitching.
Each SE will be built to order, so customers can choose their spec and colour finishes. Prices start at £40k, with delivery 12-months after order.