Monday, July 22, 2024


The Gemini Indianapolis and Naked machines will be unveiled by ABM (Associated British Motorcycles) this weekend at the Carole Nash London Motorcycle Show.
Designed and engineered by ABM sister company T3 Performance, these stunning machines are British engineered and use Triumph Speed Triple 1050 donor engines, giving them 160bhp (at the rear wheel) coupled with 90 ft-lb of torque.
There is to be a limited run of machines (50 of each), with every build catalogued in a printed hard-back documentary book, signed by its engineer.
Based on the stand of long-time T3 partner Ace Café (Stand CU50) in the Classic and Cafe Racer Zone, the pair will undoubtedly draw considerable attention with their futuristic looks.
The Gemini Naked takes the café racer theme but gives it sportsbike levels of power and handling. It features Dymag carbon wheels, race-spec billet machined Öhlins Road and Track Forks and Maxton rear shock. It has keyless ignition and state-of-the-art brakes from British manufacturer HEL Performance & EBC.
The Indianapolis shares all the key high-end components of the Naked but has a style all of its own, inspired by US flat trackers.

Tony Scott, founder of Associated British Motorcycles, said: “We have been making custom and one-off bespoke motorcycles under the banner of T3 since 2010, firstly with the acclaimed Ace Thruxton 904S and then our M2-11 GP2 project. Our recent breakaway from long-term commitments has now allowed us to re-direct the business over to our long-term ambition of making our own motorcycles.

The Gemini twins suit our entry in to the market-place perfectly, they are British, they are inspired and they are edgy, creating a great buying opportunity for those looking for something very special, as well as those who are on a more limited budget but would like to add a great, new-look to a motorcycle they already own.”


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