1924 Sunbeam Motorcycle Front Forks Produced

  • By Angus McDougall
  • 01 Dec, 2012
This iconic motorcycle was a true thoroughbred in its day. The owner (who possesses the largest selection of Sunbeam’s in the UK) approached techniswage with the original motorcycle front forks and asked if we could reproduce the tapered section previously manufactured by two industry leaders of fork providers in the 1920’s. Again techniswage were able to match the exact sizes and enable the customer to complete the fully restored motorcycle, now on show at the Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham.

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