Triumph T100 by Down & Out Cafe Racers

Dec 15, 2015

Category: Rides

Any bike that leaves the Down & Out Cafe Racers shop seem to have front ends with a strong presence. Now, they’ve gone one small step further by creating a gorgeous Triumph T100 with thick 17 inch wheels and a stocky body.

In fact, the shop used exceptionally thick Continental TKC 80s, intended for adventuring off road, but they’re able to grip the pavement just fine. To incorporate the bigger tires, the shop’s owner had Fastec Racing machine oversized triple clamps to hold the 2011 CBR1000RR forks. The bike also includes a few German aftermarket products, including bars and risers, an ignition relocation kit and a billet brake fluid reservoir. The beautiful tank, which was designed by Pro Kustom, also is a standout in the build, as its size clicks well with the massive tires. What’s more, the stubby seat and the midsection’s visual bulk tops off the burly look.

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