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Bobber build off at the Bike Shed

Have a look at the post on the Facebook _ Triumph Bobber 2017/18 Owners group - Paul Sparks

Amazing collection of modified Bobbers.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...&theater&ifg=1
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Very, very nice photo.
There are some cool Bobbers out there!
Some almost as nice as my (the fastest color) Ironstone

Would be so nice to hear some of those modded bikes running/revving...
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Would like to see but I don't do Facebook.
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Thank you very much, Eisen! What a great collection of bobbers. Wish I could wander around there for a few hours.
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I was there at the weekend.


I seem to have lost one of the pictures that was quite interesting. We all moan about the seat and how uncomfortable it is, but the builder of the bike in question had decided to go for a solid wooden seat. I'll see if I can find it and add it later.
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How many were there? does that constitute the largest private collection of Bobbers assembled in one place or does our forum 11 still get the record?????
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I seem to have lost one of the pictures that was quite interesting. We all moan about the seat and how uncomfortable it is, but the builder of the bike in question had decided to go for a solid wooden seat. I'll see if I can find it and add it later.
That Craig Vetter X-75 Hurricane inspired drag/race bike is ruddy gorgeous.


Some of the others... not so much
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It's a shame I missed it, the Triumph's on show look awesome!

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And there's the wooden seat!
Would look very nice with some fruit in it, or perhaps a light green salad!
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