This bike designed itself as we (November Customs) added and removed parts along the way, turning it into something resembling a desert racer which is kind of funny as the bike is a Trident. The original front forks weren't that well so these were removed and replaced with a firestorm front end that had a top yoke conversion. New Renthal bars with radial clutch and brake master cylinders. The headlight is an LED in a one-off billet ring and mount. Bar end indicators finish the clean look.
The tank was a beaten up 2016 Triumph Scrambler tank that we pulled out the dints on. We treated it to a new petrol tap, as this tank was originally for a fuel injected bike, a petrol level sight tube and a new shiny black paint job that we then decided to sand through to give it a weathered look. The original subframe was cut off as it was just too low. The new one was made from one piece of tube that helped mount the new tank but also provided somewhere to hang the exhausts from. The exhausts where made by us to suit the under seat twin exhaust and yes it is loud, actually it’s louder than it looks,seriously hahaha.
The wheels are from a Suzuki with, again, Continental TKC80 tyres. The seat was also made by us to fit the new one-off sub frame we made for this bike. The shock is a brand new YSS shock on rebuilt linkages. The battery was relocated to the front of the engine and a bash plate made to suit and protect the battery. This bike was a high mileage winter hack to start off with, however once completed she has a new lease of life ready to go another 50k miles.