With over 200 entries, the results of the JRC Facebook Photo Competition are in!


And now, with a whopping 281 votes! The winner of JRC’s Triumph, Norton and BSA motorcycle competition is…


With his 1950 Triumph Thunderbird in race trim with the original ironhead. It currently holds the AMA 650cc M-VG (Modified-Vintage Gas) record at 127.092mph with a top speed of 131.993mph.


In 2nd place, with 190 likes, is

Donzilla Don Miller!

Don Castro’s Red Line framed, Fiberglas Works bodied Factory Triumph 750


In 3rd place, with 139 likes, is

Bill Sherman!

A 1962 BSA Spitfire Scrambler—1 of 195 built in ’62


In 4th place, with 129 likes, is

Clay Rathburn!

A modified ’73 750 motor surrounded by a custom built frame and bodywork. The engine has the front triangle mount removed so it could be moved forward, and the intake ports were welded and relocated inboard to point the carbs straight back. Atom Bomb did the engineering on the chassis and gave it modern dirt bike geometry.


In 5th place, with 118 likes, is

Jeff Yarrington!

A Triumph 650 built with a handmade frame, wide trees, chrome frame, generally unfastened all around vintage 30″ truck tires included.