Renard is famous for its limited edition, $96,000 Grand Tourer—a high-end sport cruiser with a carbon fiber chassis and a Moto Guzzi power plant. It’s a spectacular showcase for the company’s design and engineering skills. So we did a double take when we heard that a humble Bonneville T100 was going under the knife in the Estonian workshop.
Why a Hinckley Triumph? “Building cafe racers and other custom bikes seemed to be so interesting and inevitable,” explains Renard’s Andres Uibomae. So he’s joined forces with two friends and formed Renard Speed Shop—a separate division that focuses purely on custom motorcycles. Read more