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Ped Baker  says:

Triumph Bonneville Supermoto 'Trouble'

A Hinckley Triumph Bonneville isn't the most obvious of starting points for building a supermoto but when the finished product looks as sensational as this Californian built special you have to admit it's worth the trouble. Posted onto the Advrider forum ( by the current owner, the 790cc Bonneville motor and swing arm are the only stock items on the bike. The...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (14 December 2009 13:52)

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Jul 09

Posts: 7

sonto100 says:

very nice!!

looks like a Triumph desert racer with street tires!  I remember when Triumph and BSA were quite popular for desert sleds.

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Aug 02

Posts: 59

daveb says:

Jesus Christ - that's uglier than a waxed sac. If it was an aesthetically-challenged, heavy old wheeze-bag you wanted why not just strap some bars on Jacqui Smith MP? While that swingarm is a masterclass in spindly unloveliness, it's more than matched by the crapulous mass of the motor and the half-apology of the front end. Desert sleds? I think you mean duff sheds.

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Nov 09

Posts: 24

Morgano says:

That's bad

In the words of Amy Winehouse NO NO NO... All the plastics are just wrong..

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