The Crampton Classic
As featured on Cafe Racer TV, The Crampton Classic. A production dream that ended as a single concept bike being built. "An exclusive, limited edition, hand-built motorcycle made in England using British parts wherever possible combining traditional appearance and craftsmanship with modern performance." Production specifications: Engine: 3 cylinder 955cc 12 valve DOHC…
“An exclusive, limited edition, hand-built motorcycle made in England using British parts wherever possible combining traditional appearance and craftsmanship with modern performance.”
Engine: 3 cylinder 955cc 12 valve DOHC with electronic fuel injection, supplied by Triumph Motorcycles. Tuning to customer specification (from the 1999 speed triple).
Chassis: Sifbronze welded tubular steel spaceframe adjustable for flex, powder coated, with engine as fully stressed member.
Front suspension: Sifbronze welded tubular steel girder fork, powder coated, with rising-rate linkage to double-adjustable gas-filled spring/damper unit with remote reservoir, supplied by Ohlins.
Rear suspension: Sifbronze welded tubular steel double-sided swinging-arm, powder coated, with rising-rate linkages to twin double-adjustable gas-filled spring/damper units with piggy-back reservoirs and hydraulic preload adjustment, supplied by Ohlins.
Front brakes:Twin 320mm floating discs with six piston calipers, supplied by PFM.
Rear brake: Single 260mm fixed disc with four-piston caliper.
Front tyre:120/70-R17, supplied by Avon Tyres
Rear tyre: 180/55-R17, supplied by Avon Tyres
Seat height: 720mm
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