Triumph’s new Thruxton R has been rocketing out of the showrooms so fast that it’s not at all hard to find. However, the custom option is what Bad Winners’ Walid Ben Lamine is looking forward to. He is anticipating the challenge of improving on the already great motorcycle.
This example of Triumph cafe racer art is expressed by the flowing racing lines it boasts. The lightweight carbon fiber wheels inspired the name ‘Zero Gravity’ as the handling is very light. Aesthetically, the thinner custom tank takes the place of the bulbous factory issue one for a much more streamlined look. Other customizations include by the replacement of the fuel injection with Keihin CR35 carbs, a trimmed subframe, a handcrafted tail section with leather seat, Arrow exhaust headers, Spark muffler, Michelin Power Cup Evo tires, Bitubo rear shocks, front forks from a Triumph Daytona 675, dual-disc Beringer brakes, and a sleek carbon fiber front mudguard.
Bad Winners custom motorcycles are very excited about the possibilities available in the production model Thruxton R and are ready to create a unique bike for the unique you. They’re offering a limited 5-bikes ($24,450+) serie that will “work for style and performance.” [via]