When looking at the ‘Super Ten’ Motorcycle it’s hard to believe this stunning machine has been built by a man that only has one good hand, but Mr. Chun aka Onehandmade from Taiwan, is clearly not an ordinary man.
The stylish 2-wheeler you see here is based on a 2014 Triumph Thruxton 900, and it’s been commissioned by a client that wanted a tracker. So, Onehandmade – who’s right arm got severely injured in a bike accident – got to work, decided to deliver a unique flat tracker. He started by shaping the entire body in aluminum, including the headlight assembly, the tank (built three times before it was spot-on), and tail section. Then, he added the finest parts money can buy: Öhlins shocks, forged billet aluminum ‘Flurry’ wheels, custom-hubs, Maxxis DTR1s tires, Beringer braking system, as well as a speedo, bar-end turn signals and m-Tri signal adapter, all from Motogadget.
The friends at Rough Crafts supplied the risers, bars, grips, foot pegs & gas cap, and finally the bike was fitted with a bespoke, right-side exhaust system. Finished in black & white with clean, sharp graphics, the ‘Super Ten’ boasts a perfect stance and a bold attitude – just how we like ’em. via