Back in the mists of time - when I were a lad - I built a 'tracker' bike. They were all the rage around our way in the early 1960s. Something along the lines of these....mine had bars similar to the one on the extreme left. Basically take any old frame available. Strip off mudguards. Put on cow horn handlebars and knobbly cycle speedway tyres. I suppose they were basically mountain bikes, before anyone had ever thought of the term. Great fun though. We used to ride them across any rough ground, up and down steep off road hills and race around an old cinder car park. The one I built used a Triumph Rodeo frame and forks - salvaged from lord knows where - and a Sturmer Archer 4 speed hub. Sprung Brooks saddle. Compulsory cow horns. 1 1/4 studded tyres. Rat trap pedals. Seeing the old photo above has made me think of recreating the bike of my very early teens. So.......the question is. Does anyone have a Triumph Rodeo frame and forks knocking around? Quite distinctive as the top tube is curved, which was unusual in the day. Edited to add: Picture of a Triumph Rodeo.