Without custom work, the Triumph Bonneville is a beautiful motorcycle that features clean lines and a humble design with understated styling. That is until Macco Motors has a go at it, effectively making a good bike better. They started with a 2009 Triumph Bonneville T100, and sought to make it a bit edgier and a bit faster by shortening the subframe, replacing the stock seat with a brown leather one, and adding a matte black paint scheme throughout.
Additional customizations include, but are not limited to, a Macco custom fiberglass front fender, Biltwell bars and grips, racing levers, a Bates headlamp, Hagon Nitro rear shocks with springs on the front, K&N filters, and blacked out custom exhaust to name a few. Hit up Macco Motors to learn more about the build.