While many of us are sequestered to home during this horrible pandemic, our healthcare workers and essential service workers face the front lines with bravery and resolve. The rest of us can do our duty to follow best practices guidelines and send whatever donations we can to those in need. 

Now is a good time to catch up on old projects that have been collecting dust and rust in the garage. I had exactly one such project: a 1968 BSA 250cc Starfire rolling chassis I acquired 20 years ago and a 1967 Triumph Daytona 500cc engine basement find from 15 years ago. The plan had been to build a mid-60s TriBSA; a BSA framed bike with a Triumph engine. BSA entered the ISDT (International Six Day Trials) with such machines using sturdy BSA frames and suspensions with reliable and tractable Triumph parallel twins. Photos shows the 1966 team.

The B25 frame I had was plenty strong enough. It was actually also used by the factory to house the 441 engine and 441 Victor Special off-road machines. The pr...

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