1970 Triumph Chopper

by John Cole
(CAMAS, WA)

TR6C Triumph

TR6C Triumph

TR6C Triumph
1970 Triumph Chopper

Well its been a few years of on and off progress on my 1970 Triumph Chopper TR6C project. The bike is now wired and the rear brake is finished, sissy bar narrowed and installed.

Made forward controls and a hand shifter. The rear fender has been radius cut. Still have some body work to do on the rear fender. Getting ready to start for the first time. Cant decide if I want a front brake or not?

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Sep 15, 2013
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to stop or not
by: tail lite 58

tr6 if ur just gonna show ur scoot no frt brake is the way 2 go,but real riding conditions make a frt brake mandatory.Ive had my tr7 750 5 speed since 1981!also while no frt fender is hardcore wait till -u-ge caught N the rain.my tr7is a 1973

Feb 29, 2012
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sweet
by: coony2

Personally I think it looks great.I prefer w/o the front brake,I also am building a 69 bonny.It is posted here also.Keep the shiny side up.

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