1971 TRIUMPH TRAILBLAZER 250 – TT250

1971 TRIUMPH TRAILBLAZER 250 – TT250

  • This is a nearly completely new motorcycle
  • Engine completely rebuilt by Ed Zender at Morries Place
  • New pistons, rings, valves, guides, kicker gear, seals, gaskets, bearings, etc.
  • Engine polished and powder coated
  • Custom fabricated exhaust with Cone Eng. SS Muffler
  • Brand new Amal carb. with K&N filter
  • Brand new Buchanan’s SS Spokes and nipples
  • Front rim changed to 18″ and both rims powder coated
  • Lowered and tailored front fender with custom made brackets
  • Completely re-wired
  • New gel battery
  • All electronics relocated to custom made battery tray under seat
  • New aftermarket aluminum signals
  • New PIAA LED headlight
  • New polished scrambler aluminum handle bars
  • Tank polished and custom painted
  • Paint by Kiel at Crown Auto Body
  • Pin Striping, logos and number plate by Brando
  • Rear fender bobbed and new aluminum taillight
  • Custom fabricated dash bracket with indicator lights
  • Smiths speedo rebuilt by Scott at Flatland Cycles
  • Fabricated mounts for new polished number plates
  • Shinko 705 tires
  • Customized seat pan
  • New upholstery by Rod’s Designs
  • New aftermarket Motion Pro levers and controls
  • New cables (speedo, clutch, throttle and front brake)
  • Relocated key
  • New relocated horn
  • Gazi Sport Classic shocks
  • All black is new powder coat
  • Freshly rebuilt forks with new gaitors
  • New wheel bearings and brake shoes
  • New swing arm and steering head bearings

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August 6, 2015

TT250 from Analog Motorcycles

Comments (9)

Very nice build
I’m just about to custom my blazer.
Have you anymore pics ?
Tips etc

Many thanks
Mark

Hey I have the 1971 triumph 250 trailblazer missing parts for the engine so dose anyone know different engines I could use on it

Try calling Ed at Morries Place in Ringwood, IL
He might have what you need and if not can better help you.

Amazing i am going to work on my t25ss now great job

What size/kind of handlebars are those? Love this bike. Do you have a similar battery set up for the same model?

That whole bike was a bunch of one off stuff. Not a popular enough model to produce parts for. I also do not recall what bars those were exactly but if you want to email store@analogmotorcycles.com I bet we can find a sell you something very similar if needed. Thanks!

What a nice looking ride. Modern meets vintage. I been thinking about doing up one or a cub. A vintage racer. This bike inspired me. Morries is a great place for help.

Thanks. We liked it while it was around. Good little scoot and Ed over at Morries is great!

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