The modern Triumph Scrambler is one of those bikes that’s becoming increasingly popular with custom motorcycle builders, Triumph specifically designed the bike with end-user modifications in mind and so many buyers tend to spend the first few weeks of ownership in the garage with the bike up on a hydraulic lift tweaking it to suit their needs.
PRPS x The Selvedge Yard & Triumph Denim
Some nice images shot by Scott Toepfer to celebrate the collaboration between these solid names. The Selvedge Yard blog, PRPS and Triumph Motorcycles have created this limited edition Blackbird jean. 14oz Japanese denim, enamel coated rivets and grommets, buckle-back – dedicated to the 1953 Blackbird bike, a pair of jeans designed to be worn hard. TSY showcases some great images from Scott Toepfer, click on to see denim in action.
I love it when a killer bike comes through from a builder I’ve never heard of. This stunning 1969 Triumph TR6 custom is the work of Raccia Motorcycles, a low-key outfit based in a century-old bottling factory just north of Los Angeles. The lines and stance are simply perfect, and if you’ve ever tried to build a custom bike, you’ll know how difficult that can be. The builder of this machine is Mike LaFountain, and his philosophy is simple: “I’m always trying to change proportions and form new lines to create a unique look, which stems from my love of vintage GP race bikes.”
Read more: http://www.bikeexif.com/triumph-tr6-trophy#ixzz1nUsahMSM
This is the latest build from Spanish shop Café Racer Dreams, which is starting to look like the southern European counterpart to the well-established Wrenchmonkees of Copenhagen. CRD #10 is called “Night Track”, and it’s a 2007 Triumph Bonneville. The mods are well-chosen, tightening up the aesthetics of the Bonnie and giving it a sharper, more retro look.
1970 Triumph TR25W