Take a standard 900cc Triumph Scrambler, add a hint of bespoke tailoring from Barbour – all styled by custom bike builders, Spirit of the 70s – and you’ve got one cool bike.
This one-off has realigned front forks, stylish sawn-off ‘enduro’ exhaust and the imaginative use of authentic Barbour wax cotton on the seat. Polished chrome decal on the tank and retro-fitted, high performance shocks finish the look.
Paintwork was designed by Spirit of the 70s and created by D-Lucks of Brighton.
The bike was unveiled at the Triumph-sponsored BSMC III event in London on 24/25 May. The bike will be on show at Triumph Live which takes place on 12 July at Gaydon Heritage Motor Centre.
Visitors to Triumph Live will get to experience Reverend & The Makers, whose well-known hits include ‘Heavyweight Champion of the World’ and ‘The Only One’, performing tracks from their critically acclaimed new album, ‘Thirty Two.’
Toseland, whose lead singer is former World Superbike Champion, James Toseland, will also be revving the crowd up with songs from their debut album, including ‘Crash Landing’ and ‘Renegade’.
The event will also feature stunt riding; motorcycle exhibitions; fine foods and local markets; Triumph memorabilia and custom bikes including that Barbour bike.