THE PRE-2016 Triumph Bonneville is one of the shining stars of the custom scene: a bike that only gets better as you tweak it. The bestselling model in the Modern Classics range is now the ‘new’ liquid-cooled Street Twin. But will it respond to subtle mods as well as its illustrious predecessor? This new low-key build from Bunker Custom Cycles suggests the answer is a resounding Yes.
Its not easy to call a stock bike your own, riders almost always feel the need to make changes fitting to their taste. But for the average rider, turning vision into reality is not always easy for a number of reasons. Keeping this in mind we developed Janus, a 17-piece direct bolt-on aluminum body panel kit based on the Yamaha M-25 platform that makes custom bike desire a reality for the masses.
For the Yamaha XSR700 Yard Built project we decided on a tracker style. The main reason is, we wanted to make this build carrying the spirit of freedom as much as possible. The twin engine of XSR700 and its engine characteristics also makes it a very good base for our tracker project.
Triumph Bonneville T100 2014. We wanted to squeeze as much performance as we can and the form and posture of the bike naturally followed . And of course we are really happy with the custom bluish navy gray paintjob. We went for a much leaner stance.
After the first conversations with Kerem (sponsor of this project/kite boarder) we decided on a primitive but robust machine. Sr500 was first to pop into our minds after the fun we’ve had with the first one. Its simplicity and , light weight, robustness made SR our first target.
The CB 650 C was a fun project. It’s got the same engine as the standart CB 650 but different framework. Originally, it comes with long forks and lower rear shocks to resemble the chopper look.I think Honda made this C type chopper looking series for all CB’s to appeal to a different market.
This contemporary Italian pedigree has been carefully transformed by Bunker Custom Cycles.This Moto Guzzi V7 already had a good design and a beautiful fuel tank. The owner had used it’s classic style for over 30,000Km and went to Bunker Custom Cycles wanting to keep it’s design legacy but to make the proportions look more contemporary, whilst also increasing it’s performance.