2016 Triumph Bonneville T120 by Macco Motors

Feb 27, 2018

Category: Rides

There’s no hiding our affinity for blacked-out sleds built for the urban assault. So when we came across this darkened Triumph T120 doctored up by our friends over at Macco Motors, we just had to learn more about the what Jose and Tito were able to accomplish in their southern Spain workshop.

So, utilizing a stock T120 as their canvas, the fellas at Macco got to work – beginning with a slew of updated blacked-out components. Included in this list were the Triumph’s side panels, mudguards, subframe, and freshly upholstered leather saddle for good measure. Both the bike’s ignition and rectifier were relocated to help clean up the overall appearance, and a sleek LED strip now illuminates the rear loop. British Customs also hooked things up with their Predator exhaust while Hagon Nitro shocks add to a smooth ride out the back. A Dunlop F20 tire up front and Metzeler Tourance in the rear now keep things grounded from A to B as well. It’s always pleasing to see what’s released from the Macco Motors workshop, no matter how dark and mysterious these builds get.

Learn More: Macco Motors

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