Triumph Bonneville "Hot Rod" by Ton Up Garage

   

Pedro Oliveira and Daniel Cabral of Ton-Up Garage in Portugal have build this Triumph Bonneville dubbed "Hot Rod".   This Triumph, is an interpretation of the hotrods build between the 30's and the 50 ́s. 

Major changes was done to the Bonnie.  The rear frame loop was cropped, the centre section was then cleaned up by removing the battery and airbox, with the battery and electronics moving to a discrete underseat box.  The seat is a mix of black leather and grey trim.

A new tank as well as a new set of aluminium front and rear fenders, with integrated taillight was build in-house. 

A Motogadget Tiny speedo has been installed above the 5 3/4” headlight, and Motogadget M-Blaze indicators were fitted.

The exhaust and mufflers were custom-made.

To improve handling, a pair of Öhlins shocks were bolted on to the rear, and the original fork springs were replaced with a matching set from Öhlins.  18” rims with stainless spokes and Firestone Deluxe Champion tires are used.  

Source Ton-Up Garage