What originally started as a Triumph Bonneville TR6 ended up in the hands of the WrenchMonkees crew in Copenhagen, Denmark and was completely transformed to suit the style of one lucky customer, who ordered it.
Although this custom bike builder seems to follow no pattern when trying to get the best out of each specific bike, we did notice that – like on most of their creations – this Triumph’s engine has been completely rebuilt and it now has a Morgo 750 cc kit installed. Fed through Amal 930 carburetors, it develops a claimed 50 hp, which is enough considering that the thing has been stripped down to its bare minimum.
Also, they use their very own hardtail rear frame, fender and light, while in this case the seat, steel battery box and wiring harness add on to the exclusive look. In fact, you’ll find people saying that such motorcycles projects never get finished because they represent the ideas and work of a proud rider, but little will they know that for the right amount of money WrenchMonkees makes any rider look like a skilled motorcycle builder.