Triumph Bonneville flat tracker

Triumph Bonneville
Italy seems to be full of workshops making stylish, rideable customs, but Ggarage is one I haven’t heard of before. The company specializes in bikes from the 1970s onwards, and operates just outside Rome. This is their latest build, a simple but very effective flat track conversion on the evergreen Triumph Bonneville. The fuel tank has been narrowed by just over an inch, and there’s a hand-made seat and tail unit. (The battery compartment is underneath.) At the back there’s a round-section swingarm and new shocks, and the forks appear to be adjustable Showa items—held together with custom aluminum yokes and risers. Stopping is taken care of with 320mm front discs. The engine is stock apart its breathing: K&N air filters have been fitted, and a beautiful hand-made exhaust system exits on the left side. Looks like the perfect bike for weekend blasts in the mountains outside Rome. [Spotted on Otto Nero.]

Triumph Bonneville
Triumph Bonneville
Triumph Bonneville