In just five years Rémi Réguin built his company Baak Motorcycles from his basement workshop beginnings to a dedicated five-person custom shop in Lyon, France. When not enhancing custom bikes, Baak also makes parts for Moto Guzzis, Royal Enfields, and Triumphs. They also do bespoken Mini Coopers just to keep it interesting.

Last year, Triumph completely redesigned many top end bikes including the Bonneville T120, increasing engine size, changing the gear box, and adding thoroughly new touches like an underseat USB charger for your mobile devices.

This particular Triumph Bonneville T120 was reworked to be a more off-road capable machine. After the initial teardown an aluminum sump guard, side covers, front fender, and rear mudguard were fabricated and special Big Body aluminum shock absorbers were added. The electronics were enhanced with prime Motogadget handlebar controls, speedometer, and LED mini blinkers.

The seat was created with Baak’s signature leather work along with fork gators and a saddlebag. The tank is brushed steel that complements the extensive brushed aluminum to make this Tracker version unique and beautiful.