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(Gerlo) Schauer of Germany
Bike: '72 H2
- My name is Gerhard ( Gerlo ) Schauer, I´m from Woerth, Bavaria,
My 72 H2 has 16,000 miles. I bought it in pieces and restored it completely with a friend of mine. I put Lester Wells on it, a Figarolli Exhaust 3 in 3 ( no silencers), racing handlebar,TZ350 Yamaha Race fairing and Koni shocks. The paint is not original, but it looks nice. I mostly ride it with the original exhaust since the Figarollis are too loud. It runs good and I have much fun.
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Bike: '73 H2A
- Please find a pic of my H2A which I just bought. This bike came via
to the UK in 1981, a ground-up complete restoration, with one of the
H2 motors I have ever heard. Hopefully when the snow clears I get out
Ferrer of California (NAKT Member)
Bike: '75 H2C
is only the second purple H2C since September 1998. This H2C
has standard bore and runs fantastic. Carbs recently rebuilt and
bead blasted by Purple Haze. Brand new Dunlop K591's installed that
it is hitting the streets again.
Marseden of Canada (NAKTC Member)
Bike: 'H1 Hill-Climber
may not be a conventional triple....and then again....are triples
Of course not! At first glance, it looks like a normal dirt bike but
bike is a lot more than that -- the claws from the rear rubber pretty
it away. Gary has been involving with hill-climbing for many years and
also got his son in this exciting sport. Want to learn more about
hill-climbing with a triple? Just contact Gary at email below for more
Bike: '75 S3A
did not state name but bike is identifiable. This bike looks very
to its bigger brother, H2C.
Email as received from owner below:
I purchased this S3A new in 1975. It had been in storage since 1985 with 11,000 mi when I decided to clean it up. Still runs like new! Located in Mississippi.
Ashton of Saskatoon Saskatchewan, Canada
Bike: '72 H2
did not leave much info on this bike but it's obvious that it wasn't a
simple project. We can assure that Robert will be receiving emails from
triple fans about his bike.
Bike: '70 H1
wait a minute, does this bike qualify to be Triple of the Month? What
you call a triple with 5 cylinders....Quintriplet? This is the 1st real
photo of a triple-based 5-cylinder (830 c.c.) has ever been
to the NAKTC. Bike was built by Allen Millyard from the U.K. and is the
only one of its kind in the U.S. I bet that we are all wondering what
it be like riding this incredible machine.
Darata of Texas
Bike: '72 H1B
is Tony's 3rd triple of the month. Tony goes all-out when restoring a
as the picture speaks for itself. Just a year ago or so, Tony sent a
of this bike when it was still in boxes as parts. This has to be the
looking H1B on the NAKTC site so far. Contact the owner below if you
'71 H1A fully restored: engine, frame, body work, and including an upgrade to front disk brake using a complete H2 front end. The seat is modified with a much more sleeker look. Bike runs great.
"Dragonslayer" J. of PA
Bike: '72 H2 "Blue Streak"
A 7-year ground-up restoration project finally reached its destination. "Dragonslayer" refers to this bike as money pit since he lost count at about $9,000. You gotta admit, this is one-of-a-kind H2, especially with the motor punched out to 880 c.c along with all the radical touches. "Dragon" had this beast blasting down hill, passing a cop at over 160 mph with a trail of Blue Streak ....hmmm....wonder what happened after that?
Hilton of Texas
Bike: '74 H1E
work done by Matt "Maddog" Chalmers. The stock paint job was done by
in Keller Tx. David emphasized that the bike handles very well
the engine is amazing with all the adrenaline rush. David also
that it is a real pleasure to see it in the garage every morning.
Bike: '75 H1F
from London, England, and now lives in Huntington beach California,
has been involving with triples for almost 30 years and still is at it.
Introducing one of his peaches is a 2300 miles H1F in totally stock
condition (exception of tires) with all the original toolkit and manual