Triumph Thruxton 900 by Wrenchmonkees

 

 

 

Copenhagen-based motorcycle builders Wrenchmonkees have reworked a 2005 Triumph Thruxton 900 for their 68th custom bike. The standard frame, swingarm and front fork (which is lowered by 25mm) are joined by progressive springs, fork gaitors and Hagon Nitro rear shocks. At the front, the stock, ribbed fuel tank is retained, along with the stock fender, albeit modified, as well as a one-off Wrenchmonkees headlight and brackets, race grips, Cross handlebar, Triumph Bonneville clutch / gas cables, Pazzo Racing levers and Motogadget speedo, while the rear end receives a custom fender, taillight and rear loop.

A unique seat, Tarozzi foot pegs and custom mufflers for the stock exhaust headers are the other goodies, with the braking duties handled by the standard brakes fortified with steel braided brake hoses. The ignition lock has been relocated, along with the rectifier and horn. Rolling on powder-coated standard rims and hubs, featuring stainless steel spokes and wrapped with Heidenau K60 rubber, sized 120/80×18″ at the front and 150/70×17″ rear, the Wrenchmonkees Triumph is finished off with custom paint, with a white Wrenchmonkees emblem just behind the off-center, vintage-style filler cap.