- The Engine
- The Frame
- Machining the Alloy
- The Suspension
- The Wheels
- Tank and Bodywork
- Assembly and Tuning
We’re dead chuffed (and a bit surprised) to announce that we have just passed the 20,000 mark for visitors to the Enigma 1050 site. Thanks for all the interest everyone and please keep following us.
We’ve just got back from a trip to Shropshire to drop Enigma 1050 off with Ace tank maker Terry Hall. His craftsmanship is top notch. We called at Promach the day before to show Mick Edwards the bike in the flesh then went on on to Terry’s place from there. We spent the night in The Grinnshill Inn where me, …
I’ve been busy doing other stuff this week as have the rest of the Enigma team. However, I have put some info about the engine here and here
Along with all the visitors the site has been getting, we have also had a number of enquiries from people who want to buy a production version of the Enigma 1050. We have started to keep a list of serious sales enquiries so we can get back in touch nearer the time. Meanwhile, I am answering all emails personally and …
We are now up to 12,000 visitors to the site since 27 November 2011. We are surprised and pleased that there has been so much interest.
Yup, we’re moving along pretty quickly at the moment. Dave’s nearly finished the swing arm and K-Tech will be packing up the forks and sending them to Tigcraft any day now. It’ll be on its legs before much longer. Take a look at the latest progress here.
I’ve just finished uploading more details on the frame build here and here. We’ll be covering the swing arm construction later this week.
Dave Pearce and I went to see Altamura Concepts yesterday. What great, enthusiastic bunch of people – all bikers of course. They’ll be doing the paintwork on Enigma 1050. We’re delighted to have them on board. Have a look at them here. They do beautiful, beautiful work.
I’ve added a news archive so you can keep track of the events in the Enigma 1050 project. There’s also a new page called Friends with links to some of the many sites who have featured our bike from places as diverse as France and Russia. There is now also an RSS feed on the site. Just click on the orange RSS …