Triumph Thruxton 900 by Wrenchmonkees

Apr 16, 2014

Category: Rides

The prolific custom bike builders at Wrenchmonkees in Copenhagen, Denmark, have taken on the Triumph Thruxton 900, infusing this 2005 model with a new sense of style and class that we think looks stor (that’s Danish for great).

The bike now sits an inch lower, while the rider will sit in more of upright position due to the motocross handlebars. Looking good and gripping the road are a pair of Heidenau K60 Scout tires, with other notable upgrades including Pazzo Racing levers and Tarozzi footpegs. On the aesthetics front, the theme is retro cool, with an added rib at the top of the tank and a vintage Kawasaki rear fender. You can probably comb your hair in the reflection on the new shiny mid-blue tank, and a white Wrenchmonkees emblem lets you know exactly who’s behind this masterpiece.

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