Friday, June 26, 2009

BONNEVILLE PERFORMANCE BULLS GAP GNC REPORT

While modern flat track racing is dominated by Harley Davidson, there is a growing number of teams using other manufacturers' production bikes modified for racing. Bonneville Performance is one of these teams. Using stock Triumph parts they modify them into modern flat track machines. Last week, Brian Phillips put their Bonneville in a AMA Grand National main for the first time.

Brian Phillips piloting the Bonneville through a turn...

(Photo courtesy of AMA Pro Racing)

Bonneville Performance Race Team...
Homepage: http://www.bonnevilleperformance.com...ance_800gt.htm
Racing photos: http://www.bonnevilleperformance.com/flattracker.htm

Congrats to the guys and if you get a chance you should make it out to a race and support the fastest Bonnie on dirt.

Here's the GNC and Hot Shoe schedules...
http://www.amaproracing.com/ft/event...x.cfm?class=gn
http://www.amaproracing.com/ft/event...x.cfm?class=hs

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

CONTRIBUTE

Do you own a vintage Triumph flat tracker? Raced one back in the good ol' days? Race one now in the vintage classes? Maybe you restored one and just show it off at bike shows or in your personal collection?

Do you collect Triumph racing memorabilia? Do you have photos of old Triumph racers in action or hanging out in the pits? A story from a race you attended years ago? Pictures from the bike show/swap meet/rally/race you attended?

If you answered yes to any of these questions we'd love to hear from you. We're looking for anything and everything related to Triumph flat track racing past and present. We need photos. We need stories. We need anything you got...trust me people want to see it. Whether its pics you took at the races this year or back in 1969 we want them. Doesn't matter if it's a bike you just found in a barn or one you've completely restored...we want to see it. Old ads, magazine articles, posters or programs are all better if you share them. Street tracker, flat tracker, Hinckley, Meriden, for sale, or just bought...get us the info and photos...we'd truly appreciate it. If you don't have something...help us find someone who does...no excuses...we want to see Triumph flat track stuff.

Get in touch at: triumphflattrack@yahoo.com

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

ABOUT

This fan site is devoted to Triumph flat track racing past and present. This site is not affiliated with Triumph USA or any Triumph dealer.