Triumph Speed Twin Concept Bike

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Concept cars are something we encounter on a nearly daily basis, but the market for concept motorcycles seems to be much smaller. Don’t let the small size of the market fool you though, there are still some beautiful machines hitting the market, and the Triumph Speed Twin Concept is the perfect example of that.

At first glance you might think that this bike was designed by an in-house studio, but this beauty is in fact the brainchild of two young English designers, Roy Norton and Tom Kasher. Based on a Triumph Bonneville platform, the two teamed up with Triumph Motorcycles and Barbour Outdoor Clothing to create this gorgeous Triumph Speed Twin Concept. [Via]

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