Observed Trials Tech

So what's this all about? It's about trials and making your trials bike perfom better. This blog is to share ideas and expose trials riders to technical improvements for both modern, vintage and twinshock machinery.

Thursday, February 15, 2007

What Is It?


Tony Downs, one of our newest ITSA members, and long time patron of B&J Racing Products, built this very schweet twin shock trialer that is truly in the spirit of ITSA with major foresight and creativity. It was brought to the Guru's attention that this bike was displayed at the Phoenix, Arizona vintage trials a couple of weeks ago by Ed Peacock. Ed also informed us that he was offered a test ride on Tony's OSSAMAHA as long as he stayed out of the mud! After riding Tony's bike he was more than duly impressed.
We thought we'd have a little fun with this bike in the form of letting you guys tell us by your comments what you think Tony used to build this bike.....
Fire away and Good Luck!



6 Comments:

  • At 5:09 PM, Anonymous Murrayman said…

    It'a Seely frame...is it not?

     
  • At 6:50 PM, Blogger cpt. Dick said…

    I'm no expert unless you talk to Tony Gluick , but it looks pretty cool to me. B&J made fun of my color coordinated wire ties. The WES exhaust would look good on it.

     
  • At 2:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Fraser frame for a TL.

     
  • At 12:43 PM, Anonymous Murrayman said…

    I thought it was some kind of aftermarket Honda frame...

     
  • At 1:09 PM, Blogger The Crew at B&J said…

    Well, good guesses (no they weren't), try another one! OR, go to the ITSA site and get the real scoop on this month's ITSA Bike of the Month!

     
  • At 6:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hi guys, Tim here.
    That is the coolest looking bike since the Optaco.
    I believe it to be a trimmed up CanAm frame with a TY 250 engine and MAR front end.

     

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