This saucy Triumph Bonneville café racer is the latest from German accessories and customizing specialists LSL.
Dubbed the Bonneville ‘Tridays’ Limited edition, it’s been built to publicise the annual ‘Tridays’ three-day Triumph motorcycles festival (hence the name) in Neukirchen, Austria, which this year is held from June 25-27.
In fact, British fever swamps the town so much that they even change the name of the town to its English translation, ‘Newchurch’, for the duration of the event.
The bike is based on the latest 2010 Bonneville with alloy wheels, which are refinished in black, but also fitted with a Remus exhaust, YSS shocks, new instrumentation, ace bars, racer-style seat, polished alloy mudguards and more.
Twenty examples are to be built at €12,950 ea (around £11,190), with all purchasers getting a complete package trip to Tridays, including T-shirt, included. For more info contact www.lsl-motorradtechnik.de or www.tridays.com