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Bimota Tesi 2 D
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2003 Triumph Bonneville

The nickname ‘flying Scotsman’ to mind when describing Young and his previous builds. the years, this Scottish Engineer has built some fast sports bikes. time, he decided to build a little more “sedate”. Not to say this Bonneville Streedrod packed full of performance – just not in the same league of neck speed.

So when good friend was selling his 2003 Bonnie with 3000 miles on the clock, decided to try his hand at building his classic styled ground up “I did initially think of some of café racer but there are so of them around and it’s all done before many over.” says Lindsay. “I to do something a bit different and unique so my turned towards a retro minimalist streetrod/streetfighter.” And so, the Streetrod was – well, he still needed to do the

Having built bikes his life, Lindsay knew a clear direction before he would save time and in the long run. He wanted a minimalist look so everything wasn’t needed was stripped off the To get the most out of the stock 790cc parallel-twin, the was bored out from 790cc to flowed cylinder head and 30 grams off the flywheels.

The standard air box and secondary air re-injection was removed and a Dynojet Stage 1 kit and KN air filters were added. The is a Zard 2 into 1 with baffle and black ceramic

On the handling side of things, chose fully adjustable gas shocks, Hagon progressive springs with 20 weight He also added TEC billet brace and steering damper. For he get serious with a 4 pot Brembo kit with a 335mm Floating One of the most time consuming to the build was the custom wheels.

He decided to change the front rim to a 3.5″ and on the rear he upgraded 3.5″ rim to a 5″ using Talon and Morad Rims. After two and five months in wasted he finally had the wheels and the look he was

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Then there was the rewiring which Lindsay had a crack at himself but in the end “looked like a breakfast” so he decided to enlist the at TWS. “The rewiring was by just about every component being moved to the minimalist look I was after” he It turned out to be the best money he

When it came to the styling, only wanted quality Using Italian made Rizoma and LED indicators. The stock were replaced with 36” flat bars and the Bonnie was lost in favour of a Highway dual oval headlight.

The classic single seat from a Triumph Scrambler. On the is a Rosscromo hugger and the front is a mudguard all in black.

We think has achieved exactly what he set out to do; a minimalist streetrod Bonneville with top components, matched with performance and handling. He tells us the now has 50% more power than and “the brakes are phenomenal”. Now me, I have to go upgrade a few things on my

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