Nov 2, 2009

My BSA tracker



These sharp photos was then taken by Kristian Holm

And this photo by me, when I bought the BSA...

My inspiration -

The head light was from a old tractor, the rear from a TT Yamaha. The rear tire was for trial, and the seat some home made stuff.

The special attachments on the seat was for a water bottle, the newspaper, or a towel and swimwear.

Can´t say this is latest news! I made the bike back in 2002.. - But I just found these pisc. and remember, I liked that BSA a lot.

It was perfect for the city traffic, and a quick ride to the beach.

17 comments:

  1. that is one smooth looking bike...i'd say worthy of a painting..

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  2. Hummm Yeah! good idea. I´ll make a notice on that one. Thanks

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  3. Outstanding! Very nicely done - I can usually find something on a resto that I would do a little different - but I wouldn't change a thing with this rebuild - a work of art. Kudos

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  4. Hey MojoMan. Thanks for the kind words. Appriciate it. I can tell you that the buyer some years ago had the same feeling. He Dosn´t ride it much, cause it´s placed in a very nice showroom. I think he enjoys it like a piece of art. So nothings changed on the bike.

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  5. Good one mate, love your work.
    Dan from New Zealand

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  6. very Tasty bike, and beautiful pics.

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  7. Thanks Dan and Vincent, for comment. Enjoy

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  8. In 8negro are in love with your precious machine. Enjoy!

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  9. The best bsa!!!
    http://motopuntolinea.blogspot.com/2009/11/special-bsa.html

    ;-)

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  10. wou" great bike.

    I gonna put in my blog.

    http://caferacerdreams.blogspot.com/

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  11. Hi there Cay!
    This bike is soooo perfect.
    Is there anyway you could tell me where you obtained the front headlight?
    I have a 68 victor that I have been working on, Its a tracker bike that I'm turning street legal.
    Thank you a million!
    Brian
    brianglazeus@yahoo.com

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  12. Hey Brian. The headlight is from a old tractor. Found it on a fleamarket 2$ - it´s nothing special you can use something simalare like a Bates light or a repliac lamp. theres a lot of them arroung. Good luck with the project.

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  13. Hi, could you tell me what the petrol tank is from please?

    cheers!

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  14. Very Chic Restoration! Nicely Done!

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