Mr Martini Triumph Jerolamo

 

 

 

This Triumph Jerolamo based on a Triumph Legend TT 900 MY2000. The transformation affected in most part the chassis of the bike, with a full front end ‘borrowed’ from Ducati that include a 17-inch front wheel, Brembo Serie Oro brakes with a pair of 320 mm discs gripped by 4 piston calipers, upside-down fork by Showa and new handlebars, whereas the head-light is the original one but some captivating chrome finishing.

The rear section underwent some heavy intervention as well: the tail got completely redesigned, the original swingarm has been replaced with the swingarm of a ‘95 Speed ​​Triple T309 and the 17-inch rim was lifted from a Daytona 955 MY2001. the fuel tank got raised a little bit to make room for the electronic package (which was originally placed underneath the saddle).

The classy saddle in burgundy color is supported by a chrome frame that shortens the overall structure of the bike and provides it with a decidedly slender design. The painting of the original tank in glossy black has been performed by Carrozzeria Aerre Pescantina. The Jerolamo looks elegant but stark, in a way, and yet it exudes strength and aggression that are also emphasized by the chrome exhaust provided by Zard and clearly inspired by the Norton Max.