Triumph BIT1 Street Tracker By Triumph & Barbour International

    <b>BIT1 The Street Tracker</b>

    <p>The Street Tracker is a stripped down flat-track Bonneville with a pure and raw character. With a classic stance and aggressive, masculine lines framing the classic Triumph  parallel twin the BIT1 is a fitting celebration of the newly-unveiled partnership. A bespoke build by the in-house Triumph team the bike draws from performance heritage wrapped around new custom scene styles. Details abound including extensive frame modification, removing all of the rear passenger metal work, pillion pegs, subframe and battery box. A bespoke Redmax Speedshop seat was modified to provide the authentic flat-track tail. Suspension duties are handled by custom build K - Tech Razor rear shocks and the complete replacement of the Bonneville front with something more fitting from its Street Triple R stablemate. Slash cut pipes and a conversion to carbs, swapping out the stock EFI system for Keihin 36mm smooth-bores are yet further examples of the team's desire to produce a true one-off to amplify the unique partnership. </p>

    <b>The Clothing collaboration</b>

    <p>The first clothing collaboration between these two global icons is authentic, modern and retro cool. It combines the rich heritage of both brands in sharp, masculine, aspirational styles. The iconic Barbour International jacket is customised exclusively for the collaboration for the motorcyclist purist alongside cut off denim jackets, shirts, chunky knitwear and strong tee designs. Highlights of the Triumph riding collection include a riding jacket that combines all of Triumph's technical know-how with Barbour textiles and a collaborative classic style. Featuring CE approved armour at the shoulders and elbows, authentic four pocket detailing and a signature International Jacket belted waist this is classic style for the contemporary rider. Available in both men's and ladies fit the Triumph Barbour Riding Jacket will be available in Triumph dealerships from August 2015 and the range of Barbour Triumph casual and classic clothing will be available in Barbour International retail outlets from August.</p> 

    <p>Paul Stroud, Sales and Marketing Director of Triumph said "Triumph and Barbour International both share a rich heritage and an exciting future. This collaboration brings together two iconic brands with a genuine passion for motorcycling and a reputation for quality. The custom BIT1 Street Tracker is a true indication of both brands commitment to the contemporary blend of rich heritage and modern style. to compliment a new range of clothing that has been designed to reflect the values of both brands with the authenticity and timeless appeal that made Triumph and Barbour the first choice, both in the 1960's and for today."</p>

    <p> The collection will be available in Triumph dealerships, Barbour stores and selected stockists worldwide from August 2015.</p> 

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