No Problem, if you crash this one during a race.
The British Small Arms company, better known as BSA, Triumph and Norton, was once the largest producer of bikes in the world, but the market lost interest in the late 1970s. Still this brand remains popular with enthusiasts, like Steve Bright is. He took a 1968 BSA B441 Victor Enduro and made it into a replica of the extremely rare factory racer. You can ride it without having any fear of ruining a masterpiece of history. Almost every part of this beauty is handcrafted in his own private shop. Check out this beast.
Report by vintagestyle.eu
Photos by Brights Racing Cycles