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This 1970 Triumph TR6R arrived at Atom Bomb as a basket case engine with matching front frame loop. This was the first unit Triumph project for Atom Bomb, and it led to the design of many of what have become Atom Bomb "signature" elements; the weld on rear frame section, Atom Bomb oil bag, and the Atom Bomb left side high exhaust. This was also the first Atom Bomb bike to use this particular front fork and trials tires, both of which have become nearly standard on Atom Bomb's rigid unit Triumphs.

Nothing Fancy was completed just in time for the 2009 Detroit Autorama where the bike received the "Inspiration Award" from Dan Webb, as well as the "Sickest Cycle" award. Nothin' Fancy was featured in issue 127 of Iron Horse Magazine.

(Photos by Amber Pace)