Triumph Bonneville Hardtail by Krugger

May 23, 2018

Category: Rides

Based out of a rural workshop in Belgium, Krugger Motorcycles is known for massive build-outs encompassing just about every nut and bolt on a bone-stock sled. It’s how owner Fred “Krugger” Bertrand has managed to pull off a handful of awards over the years. So, it came as no surprise when good old Triumph reached out and sent him a Bonneville donor bike to be completed in time for the 2018 motorcycle show season.

To start things off, Triumph requested the 1200 engine be left untouched, so Krugger opted to focus on the details and custom finishing for this project. What resulted was a low-slung stance thanks to shortened fork tubes, a lowered fuel tank, and lengthening the wheelbase by 75mm. He also incorporated a custom INOX exhaust system, a set of 18-inch Arlen Ness alloy wheels, Dunlop Sportmax tires, all-new fenders, and fastened the ride with a handful of Triumph accessories to close out the new hardtail in style for full brand display. Ride on.

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