Because a Triumph Bonneville and Scrambler are basically the same bike under the hood, the stock Bonneville can easily be modified to work just as well in dirt as a Scrambler. 6/5/4 Motors in Stockholm, Sweden has done just that.
A client of the shop requested his 2007 Bonneville be modified into something more suitable to off-road excursions. The result is a fresh-looking bike with new suspensions on both ends, Pirelli Scorpion Rally tires for trucking through the mud, and a new black leather seat. The shop also added Biltwell Inc. Mushman foot pegs, Grimeca controls, MX-style fatbars mounted on entirely new clamps and a new headlight. It also has been outfitted with an m-Lock keyless ignition and m-Relay+ flasher relays. The bike includes a custom-designed skid plate, license plate bracket and fork protectors. Slap a new paint job on it with a color scheme of dark grey-green and black, and this is one impressive-looking cycle.
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