1972 Triumph Bonneville Custom Bobber
You are looking at a Triumph Custom Bobber I had built late last year in my shop to
compete at custom car and bike shows. It is based off a 1972 Triumph Bonneville frame
that I had modified and added on a weld-on hard tail sub-frame.
The engine is a 1968 Bonneville T120 engine. Engine has dual carburetor cylinder head,
rare .080 over pistons, stock lift camshafts, Barnett clutch and clutch springs, Boyer
Bransden Electronic Ignition, 40k volt Crane Cams 3.0 ohm dual fire coil, Podtronic Rectifier,
new 30mm Amal carburetors, polished velocity stacks, TR6C Header Exhaust.
Other items include a ribbed Biltwell Inc solo seat, BSA style handlebar, 1971-72 style Triumph
Speedometer, Triumph fuel tank, engine oil utilized in frame backbone aka OIF (Oil in frame)
frame, 5 inch custom ribbed fender, small 7 inch headlamp, bates style headlamp mount,
hand made license plate bracket, hand made fender hangers, hand made speedometer mount,
hand made battery box and Reproduction Vincent brake light.
The wheels have stainless steel spokes, Viper Red Powder Coat steel rims and polished
Conical wheel hubs. They are mounted with Coker Reproduction Firestone tires. Frame is
powder coated matte black, fender and tank and most other black parts are painted matte black.
Motorcycle did win ‘Best Motorcycle’ at the 2009 Newport Kentucky Car show. These details and
other Pictures can be seen here [external site]
For 1971 and newer motorcycles titles go with the frame. This frame has a clean and clear title
in my name ready for the new owner.
New Price 05/17/10
$7500 OBO $6500 OBO. This motorcycle is being sold "As Is" and with no warranty.