Triumph Thruxton 1/1

The case of this custom work, at first glance, is quite strange because the holder of mass-produced cafe racer, who wanted to feel the call of nature, contacted us and decided to leave the asphalt road to join the wasteland... So, this is how the project to build a scrambler based on the Triumph Thruxton began.

The owner of this motorcycle is a clever and smart young man who is well versed in motorcycles and current custom trends. As soon as we made contact, Wiktor knew exactly right from the beginning what he wanted. In fact, we only laid down his idea on paper and supplemented it with details that are so important to our UNIKAT team.

For starters, we took a motorcycle and got rid of all unnecessary things. We rolled up our sleeves and we got busy with the frame, which has gained an aggressive finish. Additionally, we refinished all engine covers with black, structural coat resistant to high temperatures. Since the motorcycle had a pair of chrome elements, together with Wiktor, we decided to pull open the wheels - so that the hub and rims were black, and the remaining spokes remained steel.

In this reconstruction we were sure that the motorcycle must look massively and feisty, so we supplied it with tires from Heidenau and strikingly beautiful handlebars from Biltwell. It is completed by a massive Motogadget Chronoclassic tachometer, a seat upholstered in natural leather in the color of dark chocolate, and a turquoise fuel tank with the logo created by the owner.

We have to say it, this son of a gun had to sound uniquely, so we especially tried to achieve that. Thanks to the mounted exhaust, New Thruxton gained an amazing and meaty bass sound that anyone will associate it with only one thing - a growling of a lion. We are sure that you won't mistake this piece of work with any other. :)

Year of build2011