I give you the Made in Metal, Triton by Neil Adams. The UK is renowned for it’s engineering excellence and this machine is no exception to the rule. And like all greats, this stunning creation was built in a shed behind a pub in Staffordshire, England.
Builders fitted Triumph engines into Norton frames, and the aim was to combine the best elements of each marque and thus gain a bike superior to either.
I’ve personally ridden and raced a number of motorcycles in my time but as I get older these café racers look more and more appealing. A gentle and leisurely cruise in the country would go down well on one of these.