SOTS Scrambler/Bonneville high-level exhaust system development is complete (minus db killers). Prices, options and availability on request. Please email kev@spiritoftheseventies.com for details.


In the shed.


Rafa asked us recently to “lightly mod” his Thruxton, with some BC parts he already had and some Spirit touches to finish it off. We fitted the tail tidy and end cans, created new wheels with wider rims and stickier tyres, re-covered the seat, fitted Fox Podium shocks, LED frame-mounted indicators, drilled and powder coated this’n’that, our usual air box mods for some extra poke and a lovely matte/gloss paint job from our mate D-Lucks. Apols for the phone pics - our resident photographer is away…


New commission from Nopadon; his T100 is about to be turned into this scram-rod…

New commission from Nopadon; his T100 is about to be turned into this scram-rod…


Ducati “Scram-ster” exhaust complete, engine strip next up.


Charlie’s T100 “Speedster” is starting to take shape - sporting new 17” wheels and tyres with a 180 rear. Plus the first showing of our new “production” 2-into-2 exhaust system (details soon).


Paul’s Thruxton - In for a service and lots of tlc. Pipes wrapped, lots of new consumable parts, wheels refreshes and new tyres etc…


Triumph T100 Speedster - I delivered the bike to Chris to find that he’d had another new toy delivered the day before, a Ford GT40. Top bloke, he let me drive it. Pics by Simon Hurst. 


Out with the Ohlins, in with the new. The “Blackie” Bonnie has been back for a new pair of shocks and some dyno time at T3 Racing. The Ohlins units were on the bike when it came to us originally but we’ve found them to be pretty unforgiving over the bumps and lacking in adjustability. The decision was made to upgrade to the Fox Podium RC’s which not only look the nuts but have a great range of control and fine tuning available. 


Triumph T100 Speedster - full info and pics coming soon.



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