This page represents my 'STOCK' designs for WHITE TEES. They are 'Printed to Order' and usually delivered within a week of ordering within Australia ...a little while longer for delivery to overseas destinations.
Please click on the thumbnail images to view a larger image of the design. Please take note of the 'TEE' number underneath the bike design if you wish to order that particular design
The first Triumph machine to be named after the famous Bonneville Salt Flats in Northwestern Utah USA where speed trials have been held since 1914
This model Bonneville came with the new unit construction engine. Where the engine and gear box are housed as a complete unit. Unlike the separate gear box and engines of the earlier models.
1969 was the penultimate model before the infamous 'Oil in the frame' models were introduced to the range.
The Bike that that became the 'Game Changer' in the motorcycle industry. The inline 4 cylinder 750 cc single overhead cam front disc brake model was first launched in 1969.
Named after a particular confectionery made by Cadbury chocolate in Australia in the 1970's called Jaffa's . The colour of the sweets (still made today) closely resembles that of the tank and tail of the First model Z1 900 .The Confectionery was in turn named after a type of orange grown around the town of Jaffa in Israel .
The bike that trumped the Honda CB 750 in what had become known as the 'SUPERBIKE' The Z1 900 cc inline four had DOHC over the Honda's SOHC it was bigger,badder and faster. Launched in 1972 it became every school boys dream motorcycle