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Triumph Bonneville by Down & Out

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Oct 26, 2015

Category: Rides

One of the most popular bikes for customization junkies is the Triumph Bonneville, because it can so easily be converted into whatever kind of motorcycle you desire with just a few modifications. Though everyone does it, not everyone does it as well as the British bike specialists at Down & Out from Sheffield, England. Built around the standard T100 SE for the founder of Bike Shed, this is a true work of art.

They’ve mostly stripped down the weight and dumped off any parts that weren’t damn sexy, with one concession: fat wheels. The beefier 16-inch Harley-style rims complete with Coker tires are made to be pure hell on corners. Supported by triple-clamps from FastTech to spread the forks and LSL Fat Bars for leverage it runs hard even as enhanced wiring and plush seating add luxury for the refined rider.

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