The custom motorcycle experts over at Bunker Custom Bikes have done an amazing job on this 2014-model Triumph Bonneville. With a modern-vintage appeal, the bike is really a pleasure to gaze at. We are in love with the color choices, and we are particularly impressed by the brown seat, which not only looks but actually is very comfortable, having been made with high-quality foam and gel filling.
The gold details go wonderfully with the dusty gray-blue livery, adding a touch of understated elegance to the design. We also really like the glossy-matte juxtaposition of finishes, which is one of the many subtle things that make this motorcycle truly beautiful.
Bunker, however, did not focus entirely on looks. Actually, their main purpose with this project was to “squeeze out as much performance from the T100” as they could. They got a pair of Predator mufflers and an airbox removal kit with K&N filters from British Customs, as well as a Power Commander V unit. Now the Bonneville puts out 81 hp.
Other cool additions include the Norman Hyde steering damper, Hagon Nitro rear shocks, the lowered front forks, the Progressive Suspension front springs, the 5.5-inch rear rim, a shorter hand-made aluminum tailpiece, new SLS clip-ons with bar-end mirrors, mesh-lined vents on the side covers, and more. Looking perfectly sleek and polished, the bike speaks volumes about its makers.