The 70s were a golden age for motorcycles, and if you were a trial biker, you wore a Belstaff Trialmaster Professional. But not all those who wore a Trialmaster Professionals, were actually professional bikers. There were only a few individuals good enough to race professionally and across the globe, and fewer even that would be sponsored by Belstaff. Belstaff, like any brand, would want to maximise their exposure at the big international races like the International Six Day Trials by branding their sponsored riders, big names like legendary Sammy Miller or the Peyton brothers were given handmade jackets produced with unique Belstaff branding. That's what this jacket is, quite possibly Sammy Miller's Sammy Miller. The bright orange branding has been applied in the factory before studs and liner, and this would have been given to a Belstaff sponsored pro. These are incredibly rare, I've only ever seen 3 of them.
Good worn Belstaff condition, just the way they should be.
- Tagged a 38, fits a modern medium