Triumph Bonneville ‘Blak’ By Gasoline Motor Co.

Dec 14, 2017

Category: Rides

Anyone who has gone down on their bike knows that the real pain hits when peeling your wrecked rig off the pavement to examine the damage done to the ride. Giving us hope for reincarnated life after tragedy strikes, the crew down at Gasoline Motor, Co. in Sydney show that all is not lost with their modified rebuild of a customer’s crashed 2014 Triumph Bonneville.

After a digger that produced hefty carnage to the tank, cases, and exhaust, Gasoline Motor Co. took this Bonne in for a quick stint of motorcycle rehab. Surgery included transplanting a GSX-R front end with custom milled clamps, implanting a sleek hand made aluminum tank and suede saddle, and finally suturing Canyon Motorcycle’s TT billet wheel set to extra wide Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa tires. With options chosen primarily in hues of deep black offset with a yellow headlight lens, they have dubbed this ride ‘Blak’ for obvious reasons.

Learn More: Gasoline Motor Co.

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