Tag Archives: Triumph Bonneville

Maria's colorful Triumph Bonneville custom

Despite the bevy of modern classics hitting the market lately, the Triumph Bonneville can still hold its own. Maybe a few technical improvements wouldn’t go amiss, but that’s where folks like Maria Motorcycles come in. Luis Correia and his crew have turned wrenches on several Bonnevilles already, and like this one, most have vibrant color

Loaded Gun's 1972 Triumph Bonneville cafe racer

If there’s a dominant custom trend today, it’s dark and minimal. Bikes are being stripped of chrome and artifice, and generally look the better for it. But there’s always an exception, and in this case, it’s the “72 Mono Racer” from Loaded Gun Customs. If the name is familiar to you, it’s probably because Delaware-based

Mr Martini Shorty

One of Italy’s most prolific custom builders is Verona-based Nicola Martini, better known as Mr Martini. He specializes in Triumph customs, and his Super Cooper—which we featured two years ago—is one of my favorite bikes of all time. ‘Shorty’ is the latest machine from the Mr Martini stable, and it’s based on a 2006 Triumph

Triumph Bonneville flat tracker

Italy seems to be full of workshops making stylish, rideable customs, but Ggarage is one I haven’t heard of before. The company specializes in bikes from the 1970s onwards, and operates just outside Rome. This is their latest build, a simple but very effective flat track conversion on the evergreen Triumph Bonneville. The fuel tank

Triumph Bonneville by CRD

A lot of custom motorcycles are capricious creatures: pretty but impractical. Others are bikes that you can jump on and ride to the shops, and this Triumph Bonneville is one of them. It’s the latest build from the Spanish workshop CRD, and follows the current European trend towards pared-down, blacked-out machines. The base is a

So-Cal Miler

Unveiled today at the Quail Motorcycle Gathering in California was this tasty limited-edition Triumph street-tracker from a famous car-building shop. Best known for its traditional hot-rods, the So-Cal Speed Shop is adding motorcycles to its considerable repertoire with the “Miler,” a stripped-down special based around a modern Triumph Bonneville twin. Getting hot-rod guys to do

Triumph Bonneville by Drags & Racing

Drags & Racing is an Italian custom shop owned by the flamboyant Dino Romano, and he?? been putting out a steady stream of custom Triumphs and Harleys for twenty years now. Dino?? latest creation is this Bonneville, and he?? done a remarkable job in giving a modern Triumph an authentic vintage look. (So we??l forgive

Britalmoto Hyde Harrier

If you own a Triumph Bonneville, you’ve got a huge number of options for customization. But the best, according to UK magazine Motorcycle News, comes from performance guru Norman Hyde: “The latest Hyde Harrier is the sportiest, most enticing road-going Bonneville ever made.” The current Hyde Harrier is called the Jubilee. It was designed to

Triumph Bonneville concept

Dan Anderson is an Australian industrial designer who, in his own words, is “nuts about bikes”. His Voltra electric sportsbike concept has been attracting attention on the interwebs, but this latest concept is the one we’d rather have in the Bike EXIF garage. It’s a stripped-down, bobber-influenced Bonneville derivative that could be produced by Triumph

Triumph custom by Jano Cycles

By guest writer Scott of Pipeburn. This super-low, turquoise-framed machine was built from scratch by Jano Bachleda of Colorado-based Jano Cycles. (If the name rings a bell, it’s because his Triumph Bobber caused a bit of a stir on this site six months ago). Jano tells me he’s been dying to make a bike “that