A new little thing I started:
So I envision this bike being as sleek as possible, and I usually like a lower grip/stance on a bike so I was already planning on doing some clip on bars for the forks. The only issue was... the Triple tree's do not look too attractive when nothing is in them. So I decided to smooth out the triple trees. The difficult thing came into play when the holes for the triple tree covers were still showing. Being a little OCD, I decided to grind it down to get rid of the manufactured holes but still try and keep the smoothness and organic shape provided on the top.
Above is the beginning stage
After getting the triple tree ground down, it was inevitable that these top cuts happened with how much it rises in the center and me still wanting to keep it smooth... I am already planning on stripping the triple tree to bare aluminum and polishing it to give it a good ol' shine on the top.
With a little bit of bondo work and sand paper I was able to get it looking pretty good! Quick primer and some silver engine enamal, you can hardly tell anything was done to that top triple tree!
The Final Product:
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