|Seeley Norton MkII Racer|
Kenny Cummings and Dan Rose built a period correct interpretation of the Seeley MkII Racing Norton track bike . This Seeley Norton MkII Racerbike goes well beyond the Café Racer, and is truly a competition motorcycle. The 750cc Norton Combat engine was worked over, to put down 70hp. Given that the bike tips the scale at only 300lbs, it should move rather quickly. The frame was built by a man named Roger Titschmarsh, in the UK, whose work was personally approved by Collin Seeley himself. The braze welding of the frame components is outstandingly gorgeous, and the unit weighs in at a feathery 24lbs.
Seeley MKII Racing Norton