50 seconds of The Kestrel bliss

This came in my mail from my subscription to Falcon Motorcycles.

We went to the desert with our friend Matt Taylor and shot this video.
Music: Black Math Horseman
Director of Photography: Matt Taylor
Footage: Matt & Amaryllis
Editor: Matt
More addictive Falcon Motorcycles videos from their You Tube account.
From the website of Falcon motorcycles-

The Kestrel: (sold) - started as the unit engine of a 1970 Triumph Bonneville, which Falcon cut in half & re-engineered. With the exception of a few critical pieces everything – including the frame, front forks, gas & oil tanks, exhausts, handlebars, levers, even the cylinders – was fabricated in-house.

Visit the Kestrel gallery at the Falcon Motorcycles website. Yes, I know, I need to do a feature on the amazing work done by Ian and Amaryllis. I am long overdue here, nonetheless you can check the previous posts on Falcon motorcycles under the blog.


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