Triumph Bonneville by Bunker

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

Here’s a follow-up to last week’s Triumph Bonneville Scrambler custom by 6/5/4 Motors: a Bonneville by Bunker Custom Cycles that is all sorts of gorgeous.

This upgraded 2014-model isn’t just a pretty bike to look at. In fact, Bunker took the opportunity to push out as much performance from the T100 as they possibly could. They sourced an airbox removal kit and a pair of Predator mufflers from British Customs. The shop fitted a set of Hagon Nitro rear shocks that are slightly longer than their stock cousins. The front forks were dropped ever-so-slightly, and Progressive Suspension springs were added. The original seat has been replaced with a sleeker, shorter, hand-made aluminum tailpiece. The side covers were given mesh-lined vents, painted gold sitting underneath a blue grey finish. With the blue grey hue being the bike’s main color, it was only proper for the shop to add gold highlights, including a stripe and a gold chain.

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