“London’s Untitled Motorcycles have made a name for themselves with raw and functional customs designed to blast around congested city streets. So this board track-inspired Triumph T100 SS is something of a departure—but a intriguing one at that.”
Minimal, elegant and beautifully finished, this is one of the best custom Triumphs we’ve seen for a long time. It comes from Tricana Motorcycles, a small workshop in Portugal that’s building a reputation for classy, slightly off-kilter café racers.
It seems weird to say it, but there are actually riders out there who spend their whole life on non-customised bikes. Riders who are perfectly happy using a factory-prepared bike in exactly the same state that it left the maker's premises.
“Kev Taggart and Tim Rogers are stuck in the past. They run the English workshop Spirit Of The Seventies, turning out exquisite resto-mods based on Japanese classics like the Kawasaki Z750 and the Yamaha XS650.”
This week I headed back to my home town of Perth to celebrate my Gran's (or should Super Gran's) 100th birthday. It's always a bit of a shock coming back to Perth after living in the cramped confines of inner city Melbourne.
Dime City Cycles and Iron & Air are giving away (that’s right) a beautiful 2013 Triumph Bonneville Custom Cafe Racer to one lucky rider. All you need to do is go and register on their site ( here ) and wait for the October to hear the good news.
The bike is like a trip back in time. If you close your eyes for a moment, you can see the bike in front of the legendary Ace Cafe London. We have once again implemented the philosophy of classic cafe racer and makes a beautiful Bonneville racer. The bike is equipped by various chrome parts - especially the tank in the typical style of London's 70. The seat is black leather sewn with thread, and the Union Jack flag makes this unique bike. We can go back in time to conduct the seventies, the eyes should be open ...
Day 5, Friday: A one of a kind, never before offered, never again to be offered BIG ASS print from the MotoLady Thruxton series photographed by Giles Clement. It’s high quality and made to last a lifetime, printed from a huge medium format file scanned in by Giles himself.
Beautiful girl, nice bike, awesome photographer. Love it.
While the idea of owning a heavily customised motorcycle, with hundreds of hours devoted to its fabrication and unspeakable amounts of cash spent buying the best performance parts money can buy sounds like the kind of thing we'd all love, the...
“I find low-key, vintage bobbers irresistible, and this 1969 Triumph Bonneville from Johannesburg is a classic in more ways than one. It belongs to Justin Steyn, who started the project way back in 2009.”
Loaded Gun Customshas finally released the photos of its 1973 Triumph Bonneville special: light and elegant like a surfboard, from a joint idea of Jon Patrick of The Selvedge Yard and Kevin Dunworth, owner of LGC.
The Triumph Bonneville limited 60s style series is made by specialists in Munich. The design is pure and reduced to the essentials. The rear fender has been completely removed and supplemented by a leather saddle handmade. The seating position is low and flat bar offers a sporty riding position. Minimalist with large LED lights complete the simple, clean lines. The black exhaust system provides a low sound that reflects the cool look of the bike and its acoustics. Price for this fantastic bobber on demand.