Triumph Bonneville ‘Maltese Falcon’ by Macco Motors

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

It’s almost passe to customize a Triumph Bonneville. To date, it’s very possible there’s more altered version of the bike on the road than there are those that haven’t been modded and mangled in some way. Sadly, while everyone might be doing it, very few are doing it right, which is what makes this tricked out ride from Macco Motors in Spain such a delight.

Called The Maltese Falcon, this is a performance motorcycle setup that uses forks from a Ducati 999 superbike with Öhlins shocks for a cushy ride capable of taking on the roughest roads. Besides the sporty accessories, they’ve also made it modern-age stunning with a quilted seat, light fiberglass side panels, and an 18-inch front wheel built up from a Thunderbird Sport hub. With the gold forks offering the only color, this bike is true to it’s black-and-white namesake both up close and at a distance.

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