An early 1970's Triumph 250 Trailblazer is undergoing a revival with a few changes. While never a serious dirt bike, the Blazer has enough going for it to make a nice trail bike or Desert sled. Lightweight and moderately powered, this oil-in-frame model is a bike you can have some fun with. The rigid footpegs have been replaced with folding IMS units, the rear fender is bobbed and rear frame loop tweaked upwards, fork brace added, and a larger Honda XL350 tank has been fitted. The bike was also converted to a battery-less set-up by the previous owner. The Bates style seat is just sitting on the bike for now. Love the stock skid plate and longhorn handlebars.