A more practical option would be to modify the standard Bonneville, start by making it lighter…a lot lighter. A motorcycle similar to the original Hammarhead,Jack Pine might be ideal. The teams motorcycles don’t use lights, so a very basic wiring loom could be fabricated, street legal exhausts are not necessary, so straight through pipes will save a few pounds. Just how much weight saving could be achieved is something Im looking at while doing my own project ‘In the Shed‘
Maybe either option would be too expensive to produce en masse, the British Army are not cash rich after all, there are better things than stunt motorcycles to spend their money on, better care for the wounded for example. Perhaps Triumph should donate the bikes as a show of support for the British Armed Forces. The bikes could then be modified into display bikes. It would be great to see The White Helmets running Hinckley Triumph Twins, it would be great for The White Helmets, great for the British Army and great for Hinckley Triumph.
Perhaps when my own bike is finished I will ride it over to Blandford Camp, the home of The White Helmets for them to try. I just might get and order for 30 more.