Supacustom's Osborne Triumph

Ross Osbourne, a Melbourne Australia based blogger and self-proclaimed gearhead has turned out his own heavily modified Triumph café racer.  The bike started its life as a 2001 Bonneville but didn't last more than a few weeks that way before Osborne had stripped it down to half a bike.  He designed everything from the beautiful tank and tail piece, custom rearsets on his CAD program, down to his own electrical loom from scratch.  The end result is a clean, timeless café that most certainly rides as good as it looks.

His blog is supacustom and has some great 2-wheel content.  A direct link to his build can be found here.


HAMMARHEAD JACK PINE TRIUMPH T100 CUSTOM

Jack Pine :: Pier 18

Hammarhead Industries out of Philadelphia, PA has a tuned up Scrambler, affectionately known as the Jack Pine that is apparently equal parts show and go.

HAMMARHEAD JACK PINE TRIUMPH T100 CUSTOM

 

At first glance it doesn't seem to be much more than a slightly modified Scrambler but after a second look - and especially after a deeper dive into Jack Pine's specs - and seeing their newest video Pier 18 (below) - it's apparent that this bike was built to rip.

Specs include:

  • 2005-08 Triumph Scrambler 865cc Twin
  • Keihin CR Carbs
  • Dakota Digital speedometer
  • Vintage MX bars
  • Brembo front and rear brakes
  • Street Magic tail light
  • K&N custom air filters
  • Race Tech Gold Valve Cartridge Emulators front & Works Performance Steel Trackers rear suspension
  • Continental Twinduro rubber
  • Specialty Spares exhaust with MA Motorworks baffle
  • Joker Machine footpegs
  • Custom made Hammarhead Industries seat