Photo from the Blitz websiteRust is formed by the reaction of iron and oxygen in the presence of water or air moisture. It is commonly found on many alloys such as Steel which coincidentally is what most motorcycle gas …Photo from Classified MotoI owned a Holden Gemini for many years and rust was the main cause of it's demise, the steel cancer ate it's way through the floor causing the beige coloured state of the art machine to resemble a Fred Flinstone's car than that of a 80's suburban icon.
I would probably describe this bike as a **Strambler**! def: Cross between a Street Tracker and Scrambler, the seat and rear has somewhat of a Scrambler feel with the side plates, tyres and bars giving it more of a Tracker …Found this Triumph over on and was initially drawn to the matt black tank with the gloss triumph logo, along with the kind of suede leather seat. Also like the mag wheels and the chromed side covers and the 2 into 1 exhaust setup.