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 (www.advrider.com) by the current owner, the 790cc Bonneville motor and swing arm are the only stock items on the bike.
The frame is custom TIG welded 4139 Chomemoly, forks are from a Kawasaki KX500 and shock off a CR500.
The fuel tank is a hand formed alloy one-off but the seat and plastics appear to be aftermarket enduro parts.
It's believed the bike was originally built by the owner of a bodyshop and fabrication business in Paradise, California.