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Triumph Bonneville Mad Max by MeanMachines

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Dec 12, 2013

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Australian bike builder MeanMachines has become quite known for their work on both Thrustons and Bonnevilles. Although this is the first time we are shining the spotlight on the Aussie shop, if they keep pumping out projects like this 2008 Triumph Bonneville “Mad Max,” we will definitely be seeing more of them.

Reliability was the most important aspect for builder Wenley NG when he was working on this motorcycle. For that reason, the engine was left pretty much stock outside of the pod filters, a re-jet and dyno tune. When it comes to everything outside of the engine compartment however, the team went to work adding  a set of Renthal FatBars, Koso speedo, Bates compact headlight, Hayabausa shock with custom spring, custom fabricated exhaust, and a whole lot more. The vibrant red fuel tank met with the contrasting black seat is the perfect way to finish off the look of this 300-hour build.

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