Ross Osbourne, a Melbourne Australia based blogger and self-proclaimed gearhead has turned out his own heavily modified Triumph café racer. The bike started its life as a 2001 Bonneville but didn’t last more than a few weeks that way before Osborne had stripped it down to half a bike. He designed everything from the beautiful tank and tail piece, custom rearsets on his CAD program, down to his own electrical loom from scratch. The end result is a clean, timeless café that most certainly rides as good as it looks.
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