Triumph Bonneville T100 by Renard

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

After creating a ton of buzz with their Rendard GT, the Estonia-based team decided to capitalize on their new-found fame by forming the Renard Speed Shop. With a focus on building custom 2-wheelers, the team has unveiled their first project – this custom Triumph Bonneville T100.

If scramblers are your thing, then you’re gonna love what the guys did with this rugged beauty. The vehicle has been outfitted with everything from a new tank and side panels to off-road tires and new lighting. To finish things off, Renard went with a stealthy matte black paint job for the exterior, complemented nicely by the practical vinyl covered seat.

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