Throughout history Triumph Scrambler has been considered a must have motorcycle and it’s still one of the most popular motorcycle in the market. Finding an old one is not that easy but Dave from Death Spray Customs managed to dig out a 1970 Triumph TR25W.

The Triumph TR25W was a special project between Steve from RedMax Speed shop and Dave from Death Spray Customs. Steve from RedMax Speed shop knew exactly what needed to be done with this Triumph TR25W. The goal was to create a bike that could appear on the cover of a magazine dedicated to custom motorbikes.

Triumph TR25 engineTo begin with the build Steve got rid of some of the weight to make it look slimmer. Steve also added new valves and guides in freshly blasted head. The front and rear fenders were modified and a small rear lamp and brackets were installed.

Finishing touches included RedMax Bratstyle short ribbed seat and alloy number boards and a RedMax Champion tanks. Dave’s Triumph TR25W also features black rims and spokes, black shocks and a shorty silencer to complete the look! The bike rolls on 18″ Dunlop Trials Master rear and a 18″ Siamese Rubber front. Finally Death Spray Customs did the paint job on this Triumph TR25W.

According to Steve “Daves 250 is the Triumph TR25W version, but the same look could be achieved with a B25 or Barracuda”.

The bike was auctioned on eBay and I’m sure the lucky proud new owner will be showing off this beauty. Equipped with a 250 cc Single-cylinder engine this bike is nimble and easy to handle, designed for fun on and off road!

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By day he is a Project Lead at Syntel Inc., by night a contributing editor at Moto Rivista. The young gun of the team, likes anything that goes fast!

3 COMMENTS

  1. I feel terrible.  I saw one of these for sale on the street in Prairie du Sac,  Wisconsin a few  years ago and didn’t pick it up Probably went for 50 bucks..

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