Friday, July 2, 2010


With an insane $45,000 price tag, one can only imagine how many of these simple-looking bikes Founders Barry and Amaryllis Knight have sold since its introduction. I discovered this work of art (released in 2008) while browsing through the Mister Freedom site and just had to see more - Its frame and engine cases come from the 1950 Triumph Thunderbird with the profile of a 1920's board tracker, while power comes from a new 750cc engine.

A Triumph Bobber can be had for a fraction of the price.

Pictures scream for themselves


  1. I love simply looking style but 45000 $ again !!!! WOW WOW WOW WOW

    But i always be a gipsy ah ah ah ah if i had the choice between a V2 engine (even a 1984 evo) + a rigid + a drag bar, the all for almost nothing(that's depend if the bike is stollen ah ah ah ) and this Triumph. I will choose the first !!!
    I know, i comprehend nothing to Beauty and expensive Art !!! =) ha ha ha

  2. I completely agree with you - plus, putting your own bike together makes it so much more personal and enjoyable.


  3. That is a steep price tag. looks nice tho. Sometimes just forking out some dough and riding a bike home that day is cool.( if you have it to spend on bike)