Does that imply that your customers need a pilot's license instead of a driver's license? Never mind, Michael
It is all engine Steve with a few bits strapped on ~ it must fly I think :)))
Michael Diegelmann HA HA yes Michael you may be right :))
Hello Nick by jove you hit the nail on the head :))
and it does indeed fly even without two idiots picking it up :))
best wishes to both ... steve
Whoa! What do we have here! does one have to carry this thing, instead of hoping on it and driving off? :))) (Kidding Steve ) I suppose this machine could leave one in the dust huh Steve? Nice shot, great looking machine. The men? uh, uh, proud builders I would think, judging by those big grins! "Evergreen" Tires used there, Iam just guessing:) nice shot to share, Steve.
Nice demo of how much you have pruned it down to, and I certainly don't see much there to contribute to unecessary weight. Can I guess around 160Kg? Maybe a prize for the closest guess!
Hello dear Sarah HA HA yes it saves on tyre ware :)) .. when on its wheels it is geared to do around 130mph but with lots of torque too.. and well spotted the car accident repair shop behind look to use Evergreen tyres :))
Hello Peter yes not much fat on this one and you just may be right on the 160Kg or younger and stronger lifters would be required :))
Hello Michele HA HA yes we laughed so much too we almost put our backs out ... think it was the laughing .. ouch
best wishes to all ... steve
The sound from that Siamesed exhaust must have been awesome..
Shaft driven racers were a rare sight on the track..Can't imagine the Sunbeams doing the rounds! L
HA HA don't look too close Jim that stainless exhaust was made by us too :))
you are right it did sound lovely though :))
this machine has been built for the "bears" ( British, European, American Racing ) season Jim and was shipped to Aouth Africa we believe
best wishes .. steve
I never imagined these beemers in a racing role Steve..I guess the low centre of gravity helped the road holding but I doubt if it is possible to heel them over like the modern bikes! Those pots look too fragile!
Hello Jim yes they do well in the "Battle of the twins" series and fear not on the grounding of the pots we raise the engine AND narrow the cylinders by 6 inches so the tyres run out of grip long before the cylinders hit the deck :))
this shot shows our engine better
I agree with * Nick * --- its all engine, must really fly... have you thought of adding some wings? ;))
Friendly greetings :)
Lady Harley hello judy yes it did fly of sorts as this one was heading out to South Africa for a while :))
Sign up to comment.
Sign in if you already did it.
Photo taken in Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location