B2 "Hubertus" restoration and slight modification

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    Hi Lonesome Twins,

    I am currently working on a B2 project. It was a no-runner in bad condition.
    My uncle Hubertus bought the bike and gave it to me to restore it.
    It has to have clip-ons, recessed foot peds and has to look nice.

    Well, this winter I’ve started with rebuilding another engine, a B3 one.
    Nice paint, several new parts from CMSNL, a ported head, …
    It isn’t ready yet and next big step are new wheels (already sent to rework them) with wide aluminium rims and tire sizes 110/80-18 and 130/80-18.

    An engine cover is out of house to receive a high gloss polish. It’s shine has to compete with chromed covers 😉

    Ok, some pics:

    Under construction and will be finished (incl. TUV/MOT) no later than June 2019 !

    Cheers, Michael



    That is looking very nice Michael. I must admit I struggle to take my eyes away from your garage setup. I am not jealous honestly.

    Can’t wait to see the finished bike



    Well, there is some progress and I’ve bought this Twin from my uncle in the meanwhile 😉

    currently working on recessed footpegs and a new shaped seat base plate.

    Cheers, Michael




    looking good there



    Nice work Michael …. I can’t wait for my pal to return in march so I can get on with my project !!



    New wheels arrived incl. new tires.
    Fitted the perforated brake discs right away to have a glance on that.
    I’m very pleased 😉

    Currently working on the front brakes and front fork.
    Calipers and holders completely dismantled, sand blasted (calipers outside only) and sprayed with VHT caliper paint in satin black. It’s not the finished look, just the first paint on bare metal.

    Not an easy job but it will be done !

    Cheers, Michael

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