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I SCRAM LEGEND. FCR Original’s McQueen Triumph Scrambler Homage

Posted on August 29, 2018 by Andrew in Classic, Scrambler. No Comments

For all their marketing bucks, there’s one thing the motorcycle manufacturers’ money will never be able to buy. It’s the same stuff that Burt Monroe, Giacomo Agostini and Rollie Free have in spades. Authenticity. And for Triumph, their authenticity mostly revolves around Steve McQueen’s star…

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SPLINTER SPRINTER. Origin8or’s Stunning ’69 Triumph Bonnie Board Tracker

Posted on August 22, 2018 by Andrew in Board Tracker, Bobber, Classic. No Comments

When you’re a builder who has done it all and get to build amazing machines everyday for your clients, occasionally you need to set yourself a challenge so daring you just might fail. When it comes to his personal projects Rob Chappell admits he can get easily bored…

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HIGHWAY TO HELL YES. Mandrill’s ‘Power Street’ T100 Triumph Racer

Posted on August 16, 2018 by Andrew in Racer. No Comments

It is home to the 21st century’s most vibrant and powerful economy, with millions of high tech products created there every single day. Yet China is also a land with a rich history, a remarkable culture many millennia old and Confucianism that has spread great wisdom to the world…

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SHADOW OF A DOUBT. Alea Motorcycle’s ‘Blacksun’ Triumph Bonneville

Posted on July 18, 2018 by Andrew in Other, Tracker. No Comments

I’ve been obsessed with custom motorcycles for the last fourteen years. And no small amount of that infatuation has been directed towards the Triumph Bonneville. I’ve got an entire folder on my home computer dedicated to the model. Thousands of Bonnie photos modified in every way you can imagine…

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OREGONIAN WOOD. Red Clouds’ ‘Rubber Soul’ Triumph Bonneville Desert Sled

Posted on May 10, 2018 by Andrew in Classic, Scrambler. No Comments

Red Clouds Collective actually make waxed canvas and leather goods out of their workshop in South East Portland, Oregon. And while their days are filled with stitching and designing gorgeous products for their store by night they flip the sign to ‘closed’ at the front door and build motorcycles like this…

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A WHITE HOT GO. The World’s Fastest Naturally Aspirated Thruxton Returns to the Aussie Salt

Posted on April 18, 2018 by Andrew in Racer. No Comments

Riding your motorcycle flat-out for nine miles across a shimmering carpet of hard packed salt is not everyone’s cup of tea, but if you’re into custom builds and high-speed runs then you can’t look past Lake Gairdner – Australia’s very own version of the famous Bonneville Salt flats…

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OLD SALT. Bonham’s Classic ’51 Triumph Thunderbird Bonneville Racer

Posted on January 17, 2018 by Andrew in Classic, Racer. 12 comments

When is a Triumph Bonneville not actually a Bonneville? When it’s a Thunderbird T6 that raced and wowed the Bonneville salt flats in the sport’s golden era, that’s when. A full 6 years before the model name was dreamt up, a 13-year-old Californian named Bobby Sirkegian…

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YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE. Analog Motorcycles Rebuild Their Classic ’72 Triumph Bobber

Posted on December 18, 2017 by Andrew in Bobber, Classic. 22 comments

It’s a fine line between perfection and obsession. One that is probably crossed once you find yourself customising a bike more than once. After achieving what most of us would find almost impossible to do the first time, Analog’s Tony Prust took a perfectly amazing ‘68 Triumph Bonneville bobber he built 10 years ago…

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POM STAR. A Unique Triumph Bonneville Cafe Mashup by Kerkus

Posted on December 5, 2017 by Andrew in Café Racer. 27 comments

There are plenty of interesting brand combinations in the world of motorcycles. You’ve got the classic Tritons, Tribsas and Norvins. Then there’s JAPS and Broughs. Hell, BMW and Peugeot even teamed up at one point. But I’m pretty confident when I say that we’ve never, ever featured a bike…

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SALT IN THE BLOOD. Tyler Malinky And His ‘Poison Ivy’ ’55 Triumph T110 Salt Racer

Posted on October 8, 2017 by Andrew in Racer. 13 comments

Within the course of an hour I went from wanting to roll my bike off a cliff to howling like a wolf with overwhelming happiness. Now that I have been racing for a number of years I can tell you that this is completely normal. Racing can bring lows and outright frustrations, but it can also bring you the sweetest joy and sense of accomplishment possible.

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