Retro-Rides: Ducati SportClassic, BellaCorse TT SR, Triumph Scrambler and Lawwill Street Tracker

Retro-rides take old-school cues for new-school classics

| January/February 2005

  • BellaCorse TT SR
    BellaCorse's TT SR
  • Lawwill Street Tracker
    Lawwill Street Tracker
    MC Staff
  • Ducati SportClassic
    Ducati SportClassic
    MC Staff
  • Triumph Scrambler
    Triumph Scrambler
    MC Staff

  • BellaCorse TT SR
  • Lawwill Street Tracker
  • Ducati SportClassic
  • Triumph Scrambler

BellaCorseTT SR

Who: Sel-Motion Motorsports, P.O. Box 760403, Lathrup Village, MI 48076;
www.bellacorse.com; (248) 569-2850.

The success of Triumph’s retro-themed T100 and Thruxton hasn’t escaped the notice of the aftermarket. With its BellaCorse Signature line of parts and accessories for 2001 to current Triumph T100s, Sel-Motion Motorsports has been quietly carving out a niche for itself supplying retro-themed accessories for the T100.

Launched by Michael Selman in 2002, the company supplies a host of appearance options for the T100, from custom exhaust systems to retro-styled gas tanks and fairings. Selman sells his company’s wares individually or, if the buyer prefers, prepares complete bikes.

The company’s latest offering is the BellaCorse TT SR (Special Replica). Designed to invoke the style of the 1966 Triumph TT Special, the bike is kitted out with special paint, polished aluminum fenders with black stays, baffled TT head pipes and a reproduction ’66 tail light and grab rail.



Other than the custom paint, none of the modifications are permanent, and if you want to build one yourself, all the parts making up the TT SR are available separately. That said, Selman is pushing the bike as a turn-key product, and with an average cost of $2,000-$2,500 for the conversion (after you’ve supplied your own T100, of course) , Sel-Motion’s TT SR seems a relatively inexpensive way to meld modern mechanicals with classic lines.

Look for Sel-Motion’s BellaCorse TT SR at the Motorcycle Classics booth at shows around the country, as we continue hitting the road in 2006.






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