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Triumph Scrambler Flat Track

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We decided to work again on a Triumph Scrambler: the model seduced us and we are sure that Triumph Scrambler SM we presented at Glemseck 101 8 Runde at the end of August 2013 is our best Triumph model we’ve ever realised. It’s a classic bike, good to ride on the street as well on easy off road paths. Did you see our Scaltra and Bisbetica during Tridays 2013 last summer during the Rumbler? This time we want to wander away from the concept of “allround-bike”, as the Scrambler has been conceived originally and to remain on the asphalt. This time we want to dare, to move towards another limit: well, after the motard, another Scrambler will be convert in something will surprise you. We are going to touch an untouched Scrambler: we look at it, we perfectly know which kind of work we want to do. The point is: how? You know us very well, so what do you think? Have we ever given up? No, never! Rather, we use to go on this direction, looking for our new limits. Although, in our secret laboratory at the feet of Summano Vulcan, we don’t enjoy a lot! Well, let’s go on on this classic English bike. It will go out from our laboratory as a flat track bike!
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Triumph Scrambler MK3

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Triumph Scrambler, in which the mechanical part and chassis has been developped by us, while the graphics of the gas tank were painted by a 10 year old child, Mortiz Bree, Uli Bree’s younger child, mastermind of Triumph Tridays

The Triumph Scrambler has been turned in a flat track bike, changing with functional parts both mechanical and aesthetic bike’s specification, in order to make it closer to such kind of bike and to improve riding experience. Adjustments regard engine, chassis and special parts.
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Triumph Motard

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FreeSpirits triumph scrambler sm motardFinally we have reached the point where we are sure we can bring this new bike to Glemseck, and from a technical point of view we believe it is already our masterpiece, in other words the best Triumph we have ever built. Here the description of the new bike, but first let me waste few more minutes of your time. As you know, we never been a fond of show bikes (for vain exhibitionist), concept bike (for creative artist) or collage bike (for those that “We wish but we can’t) a bike should be first of all a rideable bike (for riders). Are we the only one left, to remember that a bike should be, first of all a bike? ……..a rideable bike!
FreeSpirits triumph scrambler sm motardNothing wrong with building fancy show bikes for the healthy “vip” or from waste (collage bike) for the less healthy and we understand also the new “Da Vinci L.” with their concept bikes, and of course they actually all help to keep up our bike scene vibrant and add some colour.  BUT, while all of us spend so much energy on building bikes and pseudo-bikes, magazine should concentrate first of all on trying not to mix rideable bikes with more or less unrideable art-bikes. Magazines have the responsibility to divulge the correct information. To follow our philosophy we proudly want to present, and above all explain, this New Motard from a Triumph Scrambler chassis. Suspension and Geometry are highly improved and as usual all the modifications are completely reversible. This is an everyday and every weather bike, as it gives so much confidence in spite of his weight, a perfect bike for traffic and city

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Triumph Scrambler Bisbetica

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Here an another adventure! Today let's talk about one of our latest brilliant creations.

FreeSpirits Triumph Scrambler BisbeticaHere’s the Bisbetica, one of the two Scrambler marked Free Spirits, which was a key actor at “Raise The Dust” in the Austrian event Tridays 2013. But read on to be informed about the details and any doubt that leaps to mind.

These bikes are designed and built with the support of the Bitubo and several tests, we have prepared two of the eight participants in the motorcycle raid organized by the Pyrenees www.triworx.com, two weeks in the wilderness, the first "Raise the Dust" and the second week with a smaller path named "Soulshine" as well as participate in the RUMBLE, the race that animates the day Saturday, and where the owners have eliminated each other.

Similar aesthetics, these two Scrambler, the Bisbetica and the Scaltra. Both adopt suspensions increased from the excursion, suitable for use off-road: 150 mm fork for the Triumph Scrambler Bisbetica and 165 mm (+45 mm compared to the original) for the Scaltra.

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Triumph Scrambler Scaltra

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free spirits Triumph scrambler scaltraHere’s the Scaltra, one of the two Scrambler marked Free Spirits, which was a key actor at “Raise The Dust” in the Austrian event Tridays 2013. But read on to be informed about the details and any doubt that leaps to mind.

These bikes are designed and built with the support of the Bitubo and several tests, we have prepared two of the eight participants in the motorcycle raid organized by the Pyrenees www.triworx.com, two weeks in the wilderness, the first "Raise the Dust" and the second week with a smaller path named "Soulshine" as well as participate in the RUMBLE, the race that animates the day Saturday, and where the owners have eliminated each other.

Similar aesthetics, these two Scrambler, the Bisbetica and the Scaltra. Both adopt suspensions increased from the excursion, suitable for use off-road: 150 mm fork for the Triumph Scrambler Bisbetica and 165 mm (+45 mm compared to the original) for the Scaltra.

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Triumph Americana

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And here the full story of our bike.

Big fans ... read here, where we expose you how it was built Americana.

Free Spirits triumph america americanaAmericana is a theme-bike developed by German artist Steven, South Tyrolean aerographer Hups and, of course, the Vicenza based Free Spirits. They joined in occasion of the 27th Bikerfest to present an impressive show bike. Steven has been inspired by the colors of the dawn by the sea: orange and blue, which were the colors of the show, have been mixed with Maori elements. The livery has been masterfully enriched by Hups giving joining power end elegance.

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Triumph T12.2 Evo

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triumph bonneville t100 t12.2 evoHere the evolution of our T12.2 into a T12.2Evo. In addition to the graphics a lot of things are change. Triumph T12.2 is born with her sister, T12, for 2012 Tridays and it is a modern interpretation of glorious British café racers. Steven based the black-white-red graphic on Free Spirits traditional colors, with an extended rear. The livery mixes the symbol of Venice and Regione Veneto, the S. Marco's Lion and the English flag, the Union Jack: it is the extreme and completed summary between Englis tradition and Free Spirits art.

The main modification regards the belt transmission to eliminate maintenance and minimize power loss. Further, it permits to adopt a rear wheel 17” Metzeler Sporttec M3 tyre (160/60 size). At the rear work two higher performances Bitubo absorbers. At the front there is a 2007 Speed Triple fork with a modified hydraulics and a new geometry to copy Bonnie's. The 320 mm disc brakes by Newfren are completed with callipers and radial pump by Brembo.

triumph bonneville t100 t12.2 evoThe CNC machined footpegs erase rise (55 mm) and move back (100 mm) the foot position, close to the geometry of Triumph Thruxton.

The engine guards, made in plastic materials, disperse the impact on several part instead on one spot. Light steel intake, 180° curved with conic filters bring air to the engine. The 2in2 exhaust, with 45 mm stainless steel intake with new mufflers. The DB killer does not affect negatively on Triumph T12.2 performances. A ECM Tfi unit is installed to optimize the engine modification.

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Triumph T12.2

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triumph bonneville t100 t12.2Triumph T12.2 is born with her sister, T12, for 2012 Tridays and it is a modern interpretation of glorious British café racers.
The main modification regards the belt transmission to eliminate maintenance and minimize power loss. Further, it permits to adopt a rear wheel 17” Metzeler Sporttec M3 tyre (160/60 size). At the rear work two higher performances Bitubo absorbers. At the front there is a 2007 Speed Triple fork with a modified hydraulics and a new geometry to copy Bonnie's. Free Spirits Triumph T12.2The 320 mm disc brakes by Newfren are completed with callipers and radial pump by Brembo. The CNC machined footpegs erase rise (55 mm) and move back (100 mm) the foot position, close to the geometry of Triumph Thruxton. The engine guards, made in plastic materials, disperse the impact on several part instead on one spot. Light steel intake, 180° curved with conic filters bring air to the engine. The 2in2 exhaust, with 45 mm stainless steel intake with new mufflers. The DB killer does not affect negatively on Triumph T12.2 performances.

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Triumph T12

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triumph bonneville t12Triumph T12 is born with her sister, T12.2, for 2012 Tridays and it is a modern interpretation of glorious British café racers. The main modification regards the belt transmission to eliminate maintenance and minimize power loss. Further, it permits to adopt a rear wheel 17” Metzeler Sporttec M3 tyre (160/60 size). At the rear work two higher performances Bitubo absorbers. At the front there is a 2007 Speed Triple fork with a modified hydraulics and a new geometry to copy Bonnie's. free spirits triumph bonneville t12The 320 mm disc brakes by Newfren are completed with callipers and radial pump by Brembo. The CNC machined footpegs erase rise (55 mm) and move back (100 mm) the foot position, close to the geometry of Triumph Thruxton. The engine guards, made in plastic materials, disperse the impact on several part instead on one spot. Light steel intake, 180° curved with conic filters bring air to the engine. The 2in2 exhaust, with 45 mm stainless steel intake with new mufflers. The DB killer does not affect negatively on Triumph T12.2 performances. A ECM Tfi unit is installed to optimize the engine modification.

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Triumph America

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The mechanics of this bike is pretty much original, which preserves the original features with the 270° crankshaft in both the thermal and it fits heads with four valves per cylinder with wet sump lubrication and cooling mixed air / oil. The ignition is electronic digital naturally, while the indirect fuel injection breathes through two large cartridge filters inserted in two circular perforated lids, finished in Matt Black. The exhaust system 2 in 2 is practically stock with the two final cigar very long, over the rear wheel spindle. The transmission see the primary gear and the secondary belt with a special kit. The multi-disc wet clutch follows the change in block five-speed Triumph. With regard to the chassis, it is centered on the double frame culta continuous steel tube and the swingarm. The hydraulic fork has been modified in the hydraulics, and is mounted on a tilt plate kit that increases of 4° to the leg and therefore the trail and wheelbase. The dampers of the series have been replaced with two new adjustable with the spring black variable pitch. The twelve-spoke alloy wheels are also finished in Matt Black. The braking before seen a single 330 mm disc at New Fren bitten by a four-piston Brembo caliper, while the rear 260 mm disc we have the classic coadivato by dual-piston caliper mounted at the top.

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