Return of the Cafe Racers - Double Vision twin engine Triumph

Double Vision twin engine Triumph

This year at the Bonneville Salt Flats the Low Brow Customs team turned up with a dual engine Triumph named 'Double Vision'. Despite some issues with clutch slip the guys managed to set a new record in the 1350cc A-VF (Special construction/Vintage) class of 128.256mph. The guys are back home now already planning…




This year at the Bonneville Salt Flats the Low Brow Customs team turned up with a dual engine Triumph named ‘Double Vision’. Despite some issues with clutch slip the guys managed to set a new record in the 1350cc A-VF (Special construction/Vintage) class of 128.256mph. The guys are back home now already planning their 2013 visit and have just uploaded this video of Double Vision taking off along the salt during speed week.

I will continue to share more videos and photos from Speed Week 2012 as they emerge. Nothing gets my heart racing like seeing the action from out on the salt.

Photo credit: Iron & Resin

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