This bike we have here today is a 2003 Triumph Bonneville. It belongs to a client who brought it to us a few years ago for a restyling. It was in a sorry state, it really was aesthetically to be thrown away.
The process of reconstruction of this Triumph Bonneville
And we decided to start from scratch with it, we dismantled it completely and ended up turning it into this beautiful Brat style bike, Cafe Racer / Brat which is the style it has, as it has many elements of what Cafe Racer is, but at the same time it has details, like the handlebars, that remind us a little of Scrambler.
It is not the typical Cafe Racer handlebar, or the seat either. Hence its name, Brat, a mix between Cafe Racer, Scrambler… a hybrid.
The most significant thing about this custom Triumph?
Well, the seat that has been made with the rear light embedded inside the seat, the indicators integrated into the chassis tube, odometer, an improved rear suspension with Öhlins shock absorbers.
Braking has also been improved with a Brembo brake system. A metallic black powder coating with gold glitter, and Firestone Deluxe tyres that are very characteristic of Cafe Racer bikes, or with a “retro” or “vintage” look.
If you liked this bike, do not miss the next chapters where we will present new Cafe Racer and Scramblers, built with other BMW, Japanese and even some Harley-Davidson bases.
You will be surprised and like them. We are waiting for you!