With all the custom motorcycles we see, you’d think we’d be a bit jaded and hard to impress. And, truth be told, we are. Still, sometimes we see bike transformations that leave us drop-jawed as to how (and sometimes why) a builder would even begin to charge themselves with such an impossible task. That’s exactly the case with Droog Moto’s Triumph Daytona 675, a bike they’ve dubbed the ‘Moto 13.’
In case you’ve never seen a Triumph Daytona, let us tell you: they don’t look anything like the apocalyptic urban scrambler you see before you. This 120-horsepower three-cylinder sport bike is positively unrecognizable — which, in this case, is a very good thing. Not only has Droog completely done away with all the original bodywork, but they’ve custom built a lot of what you see here, including the exhaust, sub-frame, tracker plate and fender, and the treatment on the tank. But the modifications don’t stop there; they also swapped the wheels for solid aluminum inserts, swapped out the lights for LEDs, converted the handlebars, and even included a custom leather seat. The best part is: it’s up for sale for $17,000.
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