If you were taken with the Triumph Tridays “Rumbler”—and it was one of the most popular bikes we’ve shown so far this year—then this is the bike for you.
Cologne-based JvB-moto has remodeled the Rumbler for small-scale production, priced it at 15,000 euros (around $18,500) and called it “Dirty Deeds”. And they’ve done good.
“Rumbler was built using a lot of special parts,” says JvB-moto founder Jens vom Brauck, “such as the forks and brakes. Reproducing that bike would be quite expensive. So Dirty Deeds is a basic version of the Rumbler with standard front suspension.”
The customer can choose the colors, exhaust, tires, and rear suspension. Custom parts include the headlight, fenders, seat, LSL handlebars and a two-into-one exhaust system from either Zard or Arrow. The wiring has been simplified, the wheels are powder coated, and the engine covers are sandblasted.
It’s taken the already attractive Scrambler to a new level, and dropped a fair bit of weight in the process. Tempted?
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