Triumph Bonneville T100 ‘The Lizard King’ by Maccomotors

May 20, 2014

Category: Rides

Let’s do some quick word association. We say “Triumph” and you say? “Comfort” was probably not the first word out of your mouth. But that was the goal of Jose and Tito of Maccomotors, who chose to customize a 2009 Triumph Bonneville T100 for a client who loved their previous take on a Bonneville they named “Dusty Pearl.” This one is called “The Lizard King.”

To make this model comfy, stylish, and still performance-centric, the guys really aired it out, adding a custom-made brown synthetic leather seat, shortening and looping the subframe, and redoing the tank in a matte black and raw metal finish for starters. Other notable additions include a new Thruxton rear fender, fiberglass front fender, Hagon Nitro shocks in the rear, progressive springs in the front, blacked-out British Customs Predator exhausts, and Metzeler Tourance tires.

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