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Vagabund Rolls Out a Beautiful, Blacked-Out Triumph Bonneville Bobber

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Founded and headed up by Paul Brauchart and Philipp Rabl, Vagabund Moto is a world renowned customs shop that built its reputation on the strength of its stunning one-off bike builds, though has more recently been churning out a growing number of bolt-on kits and limited runs of complete custom turnkey motos — as well as a few one-off automotive builds. And for its latest limited-build series, the shop has now unveiled a heavily modified Bonneville Bobber dubbed the Vagabund Moto RxV Triumph Bobber. 

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Short for the Raisch x Vagabund Triumph Bobber, the RxV was born out of a collaboration between Vagabund and ClassicBike Raisch — a German Triumph (and BMW) specialist that was founded by Rainer Schenk and is now run by his three sons Christopher, Henrik, and Yannic. Sold as a complete, ready-to-ride turnkey build, the RxV Triumph Bobber manages to put an unmistakably modern spin on the Hinckley firm’s ultra-popular vintage-inspired Bonnie Bobber. Riding on 17” spoked Takasago Excel wheels shod in Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa rubber, the donor bike has been treated to a contemporary take on a classic bobber-style seat that’s comprised of an upswept steel subframe capped off with a laser-cut aluminum seat pan and an Alcantara saddle. The bottom of the seat also features custom Polyamid 12 side covers and an integrated LED taillight. 

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Further altering the donor’s appearance is a Polyamid12 headlight housing with a Highsider LED beam set on a bespoke laser-cut steel bracket, and a custom black ceramic-coated slash-cut Remus exhaust system. The build’s cockpit has also received new, lowered handlebars, an aluminum fuel cap, and a Motogadget Motoscope Tiny analog gauge held in yet another bespoke bracket. Other smaller additions to the Bonnie Bobber include a Raisch front fender, petal rotors, ShinYo stripe LED indicators, and black anodized aluminum fork covers with integrated LED turn signals. The build’s finishing touch comes in the form of a signature Vagabund livery — a blacked-out, matte and gloss scheme contrasted via muted shop logos and yellow accents. 

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Available now in limited numbers, the ClassicBike Raisch x Vagabund Moto RxV Triumph Bobber has been priced at €35,000 (~ $38,675).