Our client wanted to pay homage to the 59 Club and build a bike reminiscent of the vintage Triumph café racers ridden by the Rockers and priests who were members of the club. At the same time, they wanted some of the modern improvements of a stock 21st-century Triumph. We started with a 2016 Bonneville T120 fresh off the factory floor and made some significant upgrades to give it the look and feel of a bike six decades older.

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Manufacturer: Triumph
Year: 2016
Model: Bonneville T120

Body Work
Fabricated vintage style tank rack mounting
Fabricated front fender mounts
Tank and side panels painted
Motone front and rear fender
Motone gas cap
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Front and rear fender polishing
Bates style vintage tail light
Zard aluminum side panels
Lucas 7” headlight
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Halcyon bar end mirrors w/ custom adapters
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Kellermann Bullet front and rear turn signals
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Chrome dipped, polished, and hand-painted tank and side panels
Custom embroidered seat

Suspension

Front:
Stock suspension with Ohlins front spring kit
Polished the upper and lower triple trees, fork lowers, and chromed the fork covers.

Rear:
Ohlins

Wheels
Polished front and rear hubs

Engine
TEC Performance Cam
TEC D-Cat X Pipe
Vance and Hines Silencers
Power Commander
DynoJet Autotune
DNA Performance Air Filter
Polished the Primary Cover, Stator Cover, Gearbox Cover