Triumph is looking for a sprinter – four starting places to be allocated for Glemseck 101

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Triumph is looking for a sprinter - four starting places to be allocated for Glemseck 101
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Triumph is looking for a sprinter - four starting places to be allocated for Glemseck 101

Triumph is looking for a sprinter - four starting places to be allocated for Glemseck 101

Triumph is looking for a sprinter - four starting places to be allocated for Glemseck 101

Triumph is looking for a sprinter - four starting places to be allocated for Glemseck 101

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Phantom Blaze is the name of the sprint racer for the Sultans of Sprint racing series.

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A Triumph Thruxton R served as the basis for the conversion.

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The customizers from Mellow Motorcycles were won over as partners for the conversion.

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The cafe-racer-style hump was hand-stamped from metal.

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A Rotrex compressor provides more power.

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The front panel was also completely hand-formed from metal.

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The cockpit is standard.

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Design with a distinctive vertical stripe.

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The spring elements come from Wilbers.

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The hand levers come from the supplier LSL.

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The Rotrex loader was flanged to the side of the two-cylinder.

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Standard fork with brake stoppers.

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The Phantom Blaze starts in Factory Class.

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In Monza, the Phantom Blaze was already able to achieve third place.

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The design is based on the Spirit of ’59.

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Slim silhouette.

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Oil thermometer in the compressor housing.

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The clutch lever can be adjusted several times.

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The supercharged twin brings a whopping 142 hp to the start.

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Titanium rear silencers from SC Project also provide the right sound.

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Leather and Alcantara bench – naturally hand-sewn.

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Triumph is looking for a sprinter – four starting places to be allocated for Glemseck 101

Triumph seeks sprinters
Four starting places for Glemseck 101 are available

Triumph is starting its own sprint series at the Glemseck 101 event in 2019 and is looking for four 1/8 mile specialists with potential.


Uli Baumann

06/03/2019

From August 30th to September 1st, 2019, the Glemseck 101 event near Stuttgart will again be about fame and honor in the motorcycle sprint over the 1/8 mile. For the first time, Triumph is staging its own racing event in which a total of eight “speed specialists” will race for victory on converted Triumph bikes.

Four of the total of eight starting places will be occupied by Triumph dealers, four further places will be awarded by a jury of experts among Sprint fans. The application period runs from 3.6. until July 29, 2019.

Only Triumph models permitted

Anyone with a suitable bike can take part, although it must be a triumph that must still be recognizable as such even after permitted modifications. In addition, the applicant should bring personal data, a short description of the conversion in which the highlights become clear, a name for the machine, a motto for the race, the best possible photos and ideally a short introduction video.

The technical requirements for the sprint bikes are straightforward: the motorcycle must be in perfect technical condition and have two brakes that work independently of each other. In addition, extreme chassis modifications are not permitted – specifically, the bike should still “be able to drive up an Alpine pass”, as the organizers of Glemseck 101 have specified. During the sprint itself, the driver must wear appropriate safety clothing.

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