Wrenchmonkees Hardtail Chimp

Triumph T120 hardtail bobber custom
The latest custom from the Copenhagen hotshop Wrenchmonkees is based on a Triumph Bonneville T120. And no, it’s not for sale. Wrenchmonkees #14 is called ‘Hardtail Chimp’ and was built in conjunction with owner Peter Kilmose, pictured—who has thoughtfully set up a blog to document the build. It’s a 1970 bike running a 1967 motor with authentic Amal 930 carbs, Boyer Bransden electronic ignition, and a Morgo 750cc kit to increase power. The whole lot is stripped back in classic Monkees style and finished in soft black, and it looks absolutely vidunderlig. [If you like the Danish style, check out the Wrenchmonkees' cafe racer versions of the Honda CB750 and the BMW R80.]

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  • Chris

    Now that is a really nice photo of a swell machine.

  • Suzi

    Ai Yai Yai, WOW.

  • Zeb

    Please, for the love of all that is decent, quit screwing around with old Triumphs. They were right the first time around, don’t hack them up.

  • Chris

    I love its looks. Best-looking Triumph I have seen in a while.

  • http://www.pipeburn.com Scott

    This Triumph is amazing.

  • Skylar

    Average custom. WM does better cafes I think.

  • bangaloid

    I think it is foolish to ruin a good machine by destroying its integrity like this. Rigid rear end was crap even when it was the only option.

  • macca

    oldskool is so cool