Sena 2018
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Author: Emily-Jane Brain

The project culminated in a December showcasing in Birmingham at Aedas, Colmore Plaza where students submitted their masterpieces for judging. Among the exhibited designs were a set of fruit bowls made from the T100 wheels, a jacket and helmet stand fashioned from its mirrors, and the winning design from student Nick Orme who created a corkscrew using parts of the Bonneville’s handlebar mechanism.

“We were impressed with all of the entries but Nick’s design, which used a Bonneville brake lever, master cylinder and handlebar grip, really stood out,” said Chief Engineer at Triumph Stuart Wood. “His corkscrew was an innovative use of motorcycle parts that created a lifestyle product we could really see customers buying.”

Other items on display included furniture, cookware, household appliances, audio equipment and even pet toys. Bet you’re glad you didn’t chuck out those bike bits now, aren’t you? There’s still time for some DIY Christmas pressie making…

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