• The Samurai
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  • The Samurai
  • The Samurai
  • The Samurai
  • The Samurai
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  • The Samurai

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The Samurai

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 The Samurai

Barn Luck Brand MC-YA-82-13-08

The Yamaha TR1, once over looked when introduced in 1981, is now one of the most prized Cafe Racers after winning the European Battle of Twins Challenge Series in 1989 by Claus Casper.


• Shortened and modified frame for better h&ling & clip on handle bar
• Modified set up on adjustable air pressure ‘Showa’ front fork,145mm wheel travel
• Adjustable air pressure, compression and rebound damping on rear monoshock damper, 100mm wheel travel
• 16" spoke front wheel with 2x 320mm Brembo brakes, 2x 4 piston calipers with stainless steel brake lines
• 16” forged aluminum rear wheel, Bonneville wheel cover with drum brake
• modified aluminum rear set including brake and shifter


• Custom ‘cafe racer style’ metal tank with custom rear seat pan
• Contemporary vintage lightweight racing look set up on all necessary street legal front and rear LED lighting, turn signals, mirrors, gauges and electronics
• Custom side panels and front fender


• Performance air cooled- four stroke- V twin 75 degree two valve, SOHC with 920cc and a 8.3:1 compression radio – 2x 40mm Hitachi carburetors
• Re-configured intake with K&N Filters & stainless steel ‘shorty’ performance exhaust
• 68 hp @ 6750 rpm
• 5 speed shaft drive transmission
• Dry-Weight: 425 pounds

One of a kind motorcycle designed, built and test driven by Barn Luck’s own Chief Engineer Rudy Schachinger, feared back-to-back Florida State Champion in the vintage motorcycle light and heavy weight class.

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