The Sport GT genesis started as a natural gap between the Café Racer and the stock Vincent. A request from customers, who wanted something less radical than the Café Racer but more modern than a Rapide or a Black Shadow. The Sport GT is seen a the modern touring Vincent, the one that the factory could have built as a Series E. With the side panels, this machine looks incredibly neat.
As the Café Racer, the Sport GT is available in conventional 998cc or 1330cc displacement while the gearbox can be the stock Vincent 4 speed or the Surtees 5 speed. For the more demanding riders, the 230mm Fontana magnesium front brake can replace the 210mm.
Esthetic wise, there are three main choices to do: Feridax seat or one and half seat, with or without the side panels and of course determine the color, both for the engine (black or polished). The Café Racer will come standard with the “Fritz Peier” tank, a raised handlebar and Vincent footpegs.
Other touring accessories such luggage rack, turn signals… are also available while the Feridax seat makes this bike a genuine tourer. Check it out!
Philippe Guyony © 2013-04
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The black one was picked up by the new owner just before the International Rally at Houffalize. https://www.vincentownersclub.co.uk/media/houffalize-patrick-godet-egli-vincent-café-racer-and-gt-jpg.9794/
cost of a Vincent cadet sport GT.
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