Harris Magnum 1
Designed and manufactured in 1973, it was the first design within our popular Magnum range. Derived from the Harris Endurance racer campaigned by Mike Trimby & Marty Lund in the world championships. The Magnum 1 soon established itself as a favourite amongst the special builders.
Harris Magnum 2
In 1982 Harris commissioned German styling company Target Design (of Suzuki Katana fame) to style the bodywork on their new Magnum 2. The resulting combination of razor sharp handling and futuristic looks, produced an instant winner with custom builders and racers alike.A tribute to it’s popularity, the Magnum 2 is still being manufactured 30 years after the original release.
Harris Magnum 3
Stage 3 in the Magnum evolution.
16.5″ wheels, rising rate suspension and a full loop frame. Probably the most versatile and user friendly road bike we have produced.
Harris Magnum 4
Back to a more aggressive Streetfighter format for the Magnum 4. Built with a tubular perimeter frame to house the oil cooled Suzuki engines, this bike encapsulates the spirit of the no compromise street racer.One of our most popular models.
Harris Magnum 5
Last in the Magnum line, the Magnum 5 was designed expressly for the Fireblade engine. Revised suspension linkage and even more aggressively styled tubular chassis utilising the engine as a stressed member.A very rare bike today.
The full range of Harris F1 chassis are still available and still winning!
You can choose your engine from any of the big aircooled Japanese units.
Harris Kawasaki H1R / H2R Factory Replica
Build yourself a “Green Meany” with this kit which is an exact replica of the bike Mick Grant rode to many TT and British Championship races.
Harris TT2 Factory Replica
The Ducati TT2 chassis kit is available to accept the Pantah range of Ducati engines.
Harris Ducati Bevel Drive
The Harris Imola full floater kit allows you to bring your bevel drive Ducati engine right up to date with current brakes suspension and steering geometry.
Harris Yamaha TZ350
We were commissioned by Yamaha to strengthen the TZ350 F/G frames as the factory race frames were cracking under road race (ie TT) conditions. We strengthened the original frame by using larger diameter tube and extra triangulation round the headstock. We then evolved the frame further and created the Lowboy. This had even larger diameter main loop tubes, better triangulation around the headstock and a more rigid swingarm pivot design. A larger fuel tank was fitted to allow longer races to be run with a lower centre of gravity.