Three months ago, Richard Pollock sent us shots of a custom Triumph he was working on. It was destined to become the prototype for the well-received Streetmaster Brighton café racer and So-Cal Miler tracker, and we’ve now got our hands on proper studio shots.
As you can see, it’s a beauty. According to Streetmaster’s Chris Dodge, the bike is packing their full complement of engine upgrades—including a cam, head porting, lightened flywheel and more. ‘No expense was spared in the interest of weight savings: titanium fasteners, titanium exhaust, and a carbon fiber seat were employed to reduce weight to just 305lb. The power to weight makes for exhilarating performance!’
Head over to our original coverage for the full technical specs, or just enjoy the images below. The perfect bike for a quick Sunday blast around a twisty back road?