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Triumph Thruxton ‘Sk8 Or Die’ By Rogue Motorcycles

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May 1, 2018

Category: Rides

Sometimes, it’s apparent how much things go hand-in-hand – like basketball and streetwear. Others, it takes an unusual mashup to make us realize how well multiple worlds are suited to one another. The latter is true in the case of this Triumph Thruxton Rogue x HandBrake street art and skateboarding-inspired custom motorcycle.

In case it isn’t abundantly obvious, the folks at Rogue Motorcycles know their way around a bike. For instance, this one had to go through some extensive changes to become what it is now – including a chopped up frame, a new rear monoshock, a modified swing arm, and upside-down forks from a Suzuki GSX-R1000. And while that’s all very impressive, as they say, the devil is in the details – and the biggest highlights take a second to sink in. Like the fact that the seat is actually made from a skateboard deck and the rear lights are comprised partially of repurposed trucks. It’s also worth noting that all the visual styling, including that graffiti tank and matching rims, are courtesy of HandBrake the Artist. This bike is truly a one-of-a-kind work of modern art.

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