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Triumph Bonneville Goes Brutal

MeanMachines is yet another Australian bike workshop specialized in magic, and Mad Max is the latest beast to roll out their door. However, I doubt that the actual Mad Max would be that eager to throw a leg over this machine, as it's not rat bike:we're looking at a first-class Triumph Bonneville streetfighter!
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A "computer nerd" by day, Wenley Ng is a bike wizard by night. With Triumph modern classics being among his fav bikes, Wenley set out to create the ultimate Bonneville-based machine: a Monster Truck tracker.

The swingarm was widened and lengthened to accommodate the 200 rear tire, while the sprockets have been changed to match the new rubber.

A custom laced front rim was mated to a Suzukiu GSX-R fork with Renthal FatBars on top, minimalist instruments and a compact bates-style headlight.

Wenley also raised the rear of the bike and the tank, adding more sporty balance to the stance. A slightly shorter seat was installed, alongside a 2-into-1-into-2 underseat barrel exhaust.

And the finishing touch is the huge oil window, manufactured from Lexan and with a custom CNC ring.

Via Bike EXIF.



 
 
 
 
 

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