Norman Hyde has been offering all sorts of Triumph spares and accessories since 1976. In 1987, he built the first Harris framed Hyde Harrier that could be powered by a either Triumph triple or a Bonneville twin. It was very well received and he still offers the kit. To celebrate the 21st anniversary of the Hyde Harrier and the 50th anniversary of the Triumph Bonneville, he once again teamed up with Harris Performance to produce the Hyde Harrier Jubilee.
Power is now provided by a modern Hinckley built 865cc twin but it is still wrapped in a Harris frame. It comes as a base kit that you need to finish yourself and Hyde can also supply an array of high end options to make your Harrier one very sweet machine. These include a handmade Harris stainless steel race exhaust, Ohlins suspension front and rear, forged Dymag wheels, Acumen instrumentation, AP Lockheed radial brakes and Keihin smooth bore carburetors.
So if your standard Bonneville is less exciting than you might like, this could be just the ticket not to mention it looks perfect for those runs over to the Ace Cafe.