Triumph Bonneville D.Franklin’s story
Once a project is finished, is a must for us to carry several task such as the corresponding photo shoots, both indoors and outdoors, the introduction party in our headquarters and of course, this story you’re reading at this very moment. If you have read previously some motorcycle stories written by us, you would think that we always write the same : all of them are “the most beautiful” and “spectacular” up to date. There’s some true in that words, since being D.Franklin the last one to join our garage and we genuinely feel like a kid in the candy store. Nevertheless, this motorcycle is different, you would never dare to say which of your children is the prettiest since you love them equally, but we would dare to state that this one goes directly to our Top 3, so not the prettiest, but one of the prettiest for sure. Now it’s your time to decide !
By the end of september, once the motorcycle / summertime maelstrom wore out and waters were placid for us again, Mariano Esquitino turned up at our headquarters. He was an acquaintance for us, and we knew that he had a barely used Triumph Bonneville, with only 3800 km on its wheels in ten years. Unfortunately, this motorcycle has been parked by the sea most of its life so all the trims and chromed parts were almost devoured by the rust.