It may be 2016, but that doesn’t mean Triumph’s 2014 Thruxton model is out of style just yet. At least that’s the case for this specific Thruxton model, reworked by Taiwanese master metalworker Onehandmade. Known as the “Super Ten,” the build’s direction came to the Taipei-based workshop a simple request to build out a tracker.
Known as “Chun” to his friends, Onehandmade transformed the 900 with an impressive combination of hand-shaped metalwork and aftermarket parts. The biggest task obviously was the bodywork, which needed to be just right from headlight to the tail section. Chun reworked the fuel injector to inside the gas tank, an impressive feat for someone with only one fully-functional hand (hence his name). The wheels were upgraded to a pair of forged billet aluminum “Flurry” wheel from Arlen Ness with custom hubs, and the tires are flat track specific Maxis DTR1s. Thanks to the multitude of additional customizations the Thruxton features, it’s obvious Onehandmade really did a solid number on this Thuxton 900.