Triumph Bonneville Great Escape by Drags & Racing

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Being stamped with a Triumph logo makes a bike a highly qualified candidate to be modified. The aftermarket customizers have fallen in love with the Triumph over the years,  and have taken things into their own hands creating their own work of art within the Triumph platform.

There are few Triumph models more popular than the Bonneville, but we are still somehow blown away when we come across offerings like the latest from the Italian custom shop Drags & Racing. Aptly titled the Triumph Great Escape, this Bonneville was inspired by the iconic film starring Steve McQueen. This bike is beautiful, yet rugged at the same time. The vehicle sports some amazing additions including the genuine 1939 Harley Davidson seat, and the matte green military paint provides an incredible finishing touch to the mix.

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