In 2001, Triumph redesigned the Bonneville, and it quickly became a popular motorcycle to customize thanks to both it’s vintage styling and reliability on the road. A shining example of it’s potential lies with this 2006 Triumph Bonneville T100 by Macco Motors. A dark paint scheme and clean lines dictate at first glance, especially the matte black and double pinstriped fuel tank.
A custom subframe was built by Macco Motors themselves to accommodate their vintage-style signature leather seat and a custom rear mudguard. Additional features include a Bates style headlight with bullet indicators, a custom Macco Motors front guard and side covers, Progressive springs in the front, and Biltwell Tracker handlebars with Biltwell grips. Learn more about the build at MaccoMotors.