This bike may be one of my all-time favorite builds. It combines a vintage vibe, paying homage to the early Triumphs (1910's) yet has a modern (2006 Bonneville Black) Triumph power plant. Jeremy Cupp of LC Fabrications worked out the perfect combination, blending the old with the new for an amazing custom café racer. The level of detail is stunning, with virtually all the work including paint and leather being performed by Cupp himself. The tank is the standout element of the bike to me. The 1910-1914 Triumph logo is perfect as is the shape and use of the scalloped paint scheme. I'm loving everything about this bike.
Labels: Bonneville, Bonneville Black, cafe racer, custom, Jeremy Cupp, LC Fabrications, Triumph, TT Deluxe, Vintage