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Triumph Bonneville T100 / Down & Out Café Racers


Pick a word to describe the stock Triumph Bonneville T100, and we’d say elegant. It’s a throwback to 1960s style, right down to the peashooter exhausts and two-tone paint. Elegant is not the word to describe this new build from Down & Out Café Racers though. Brutal is closer to the mark, or perhaps aggressive. This is not a motorcycle for shrinking violets — via Bike EXIF

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