Ride: Awesomely Umlauted Dübble Trübble, Part Harley / Part Triumph
Pure hell on wheels.
“The Dübble Trübble, built in 1953 by legendary racer Bud Hare, was a beastly Triumph twin-engined motorcycle that dominated the drag strips during the 1950s with a top speed of 142.38 mph. The dual 40 cu. in. displacement engines were fed through a Harley-Davidson hand-shift gearbox with foot clutch. Only two gears are used–second and high.”
Whoa. And whoa.
Full article and more pics at The Selvedge Yard. (Thanks, Rich!)
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