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Return of the Cafe Racers - Commission a Triton

Commission a Triton

Want a one off Triton Cafe Racer but don't have the time, parts or know how to put one together?  Lossa Engineering have one ready to build, all it needs is some $$$ to get it finished. Check out the list of tasty parts Lossa have collected to go in to this…

Want a one off Triton Cafe Racer but don’t have the time, parts or know how to put one together?

 Lossa Engineering have one ready to build, all it needs is some $$$ to get it finished. Check out the list of tasty parts Lossa have collected to go in to this bike:

  • 1962 Norton slimline featherbed frame 
  • 1970 Triumph Bonniville 650 motor 
  • Amal carbs 
  • Roadholder internally sprung front end 
  • John Tickle top triple 
  • John Tickle headlight ears 
  • Aluminum adpator plates 
  • New Lyta aluminum gas tank 
  • Manx front fender mounts 
  • Tommaselli clip ons 
  • Aluminum flanged hoops 
  • Norton rear drum 
  • Triumph TLS front hub 
  • Works rear shocks
    peashooter exhaust

I can’t wait to see the final result. If you’re keen drop them a line.

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