Triumph Bonneville concept

Triumph Bonneville concept by Dan Anderson Design
Dan Anderson is an Australian industrial designer who, in his own words, is “nuts about bikes”. His Voltra electric sportsbike concept has been attracting attention on the interwebs, but this latest concept is the one we’d rather have in the Bike EXIF garage. It’s a stripped-down, bobber-influenced Bonneville derivative that could be produced by Triumph with relatively little fuss. The frame is untouched but the rear end is reworked to great effect, with a bobbed fender and truncated seat pan. At the front, dropped bars and chunkier tires lower the visual center of gravity. The exhaust system is similar to that of the 2010 production Bonneville T100, but running both pipes on the same side gives the machine a much sportier look. It’s surprising how relatively small changes can have such a big impact, and it’d be fairly easy for mechanically-minded Bonnie riders to recreate this look for their own bikes. Any Triumph owners out there feeling inspired?