Triumph Bonneville Cafe Racer

In Triumph Bonneville Cafe Racer there are two outstanding personalities par excellence for the classic motorcycling world. One is the core bike, the Triumph Bonneville, and the other one is responsible for this modern classic movement to be a legend today, the Cafe Racer.

Everyone wanting to get an exclusive Tamarit Motorcycle build has thought about this model at some time.

Triumph Bonneville Cafe Racer Specs

The Triumph Bonneville Cafe Racer is known by its obvious and tight aesthetic canon, which involves such parts as the stylized single-seater cowl (versions for two passengers are also accepted, though) and the undercarriage and sump guard covered by the belly pan. It is also to be remarked that we are talking about a bike which traditionally featured clip-ons – a part that forces the rider to take that characteristic leaning position towards the fuel tank.

Triumph Bonneville Cafe Racer Key Parts

The broad variety of Triumph Bonneville Cafe Racer parts is one of the largest in the whole TMRT line-up for exclusive build projects. These are the key parts to be modified in a makeover project of this style.

Seat: No doubts, this is the most ostensible part in regard of the appearance of the bike. The most common models for this kind of styles are the stylized single-seater cowl, which brings that well-known aesthetic, or the two-seater, in which the frame has to be partially shortened in order to give the bike a distinguished touch – and it also improves the look in every way!

Side covers: The side covers accomodate a smart and eye-catching dressing for the sides of the bike, and they replace the boring factory plastic modules. The great advantage of these is that square or oval race-bibs can be customized.

Exhausts:The sound of the bike is one of its quintessential distinguish marks. An exhaust with its own personality and sound is always a great added value for the whole project. Cafe Racer exhausts are usually two silent classic style ones (one for each side).

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