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.
A K&N air filter feeds into the Keihin carbs, with gases exiting through a handmade two-into-one exhaust system terminated with a Supertrapp muffler. A mini headlight sits in front of Renthal Ultra Low bars fitted with enduro-style switchgear. The footpegs are custom, and the shocks from Hagon. Bobbed fenders and matte paint add to the dark, minimalist style.
Like many of the best customs, this Bonneville looks deceptively simple—but that in itself is a difficult trick to pull off. And once again, Pedro García and co. have nailed it. Head over to the CRD website to see more of their work, or follow the progress of their builds on their blog.
Images by Cesar Serrano.