The other day I posted Angie Cooper and her Triumph T120 chopper barn find… I wanted to share this 1978 Triumph 750 Bonneville 750CC T120 that will be on display at the One Motorcycle Show this weekend here in Portland. Hard to pin a year and model on this bike, but the motor is a 1978 750cc T120 Bonneville, everything else is from random years or fabricated. Get more info about the One Motorcycle Show, or go check out the Chrome Industries + MotoLady One Show hosted ride on Friday!
Posts Tagged ‘750cc’
Introducing Agata Ożóg, 36 year old Polish motolady. She wrote me, “I also love motorcycles, this is my whole world!” Sounds like my kind of woman! Agata rides a Honda Shadow 750 or a friends Honda CBR 600. She has a cat named Chopper, owns her own business, and quite obviously kicks ass!
I got an email from “Anon” (Samantha Thomason) who wrote asking about the jitters she got about buying her first bike… she said, “Took her for a spin, felt good, bought it. Just wanted to say thanks again for such awesome advice for a new rider. Really encouraging.” Congrats, Sam!
Monster Project unseen shot- me on the Monster with it’s new front end, clip ons, and rear sets. This will be the final riding position. I’m getting all excited because this week I should be getting back my frame all chopped with the new steering stop in place. I dropped off my wheels to Bridge City Cycles day before yesterday to get them powder coated goooold! It’s all coming together.
My process for this phase of the Monster Project included putting on the front end, taking it off, putting it on again… over and over. The object of this was to find out where the triple clamps were hitting the ignition mount, grind it out, and mark where the steering stop needs to go.