Triumph Thruxton 900 by Bad Winners

Jun 7, 2017

Category: Rides

Standing out from the crowd is certainly one way to get yourself noticed these days. And with so many Triumphs already on the road, the fellas over at Paris-based Bad Winners decided to mix things up a bit. In this case, they took Triumph’s new Thruxton R and gave the bike one serious makeover.

Here, their goal was to transform the classic model into a high-performance racing machine, beginning with a pair of Keihin CR35 carbs and a set of carbon fiber wheels. Bad Winners also added some racing lines in for good measure along with a custom steel tank modeled after an SR400. The Paris crew also built out a homemade CDI, fully equipped the ride with Motogadget units, installed a handmade leather seat and set the bike up with some Metzeler RR tires to round everything out accordingly. The best part of all? This beauty is available for purchase since Bad Winners plan on releasing 5 editions of this bike with prices hovering around $26,230 to build one.

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