This custom illustrates the trend of building a retro bike from the ground up using major parts from different legendary manufacturers. In this case starting from a 1973 Triumph (modified with 32-degree of rake and fuel in frame with fuel pump), using a restored 1967 BSA A65T (fitted with a Mikuni side draft carburetor and a Joe Hunt Magneto) and BSA transmission. It is the work of LC Fabrications in Virginia.
And I guess that they called their project “Birmingham Bee Liner” because the English brand BSA means Birmingham Small Arms (due to financial difficulties BSA stopped its production in 1973 and was bought by the Norton Villiers Triumph company). At LC Fabrications, Jeremy Cupp and Shane Ramey fabricated and machined the Girder front end, the exhaust system, and many other parts, and made the English bike roll on a 21″ warp 9 front and 18″ warp 9 rear wheels wrapped with Maxxis Dual sport tires. Maybe a bike that BSA & Triumph should have produced together in 1973 when they join forces. LC Fabrications.