This Triumph motorcycle has undergone a café racer-style makeover, expertly executed by Jeremy Cupp of LC Fabrications in Grottoes, Virginia. Named the ‘TT Deluxe’, the bike has been acclaimed and featured in various publications since its inception.
The custom-built rigid frame is inspired by a 1910s Triumph design, with period-style dropouts and a removable engine cradle. The handmade black fuel tank features white scallops, copper foil Triumph logos and integrated leather knee pads. The bike is equipped with street lighting for safety, including LED headlight, taillight and turn signals.
Its 19″ wire-spoke wheels wear 4.00″ Firestone tires, complete with a Druid-style beam front fork and single rear shock. Stopping power comes from a mini conical drum brake up front and a countershaft-mounted rear brake with a left-side drive sprocket.
The custom handlebar features reverse clutch and brake levers, boardtracker style grips and a friction steering damper. The Triumph 865cc parallel-twin engine breathes through twin Keihin CR smoothbore carburettors with velocity stacks, mated to a custom wrapped two-into-one exhaust system, delivering a dynamic and thrilling ride.
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