Customized Triumph Bonneville offered by Rajputana Customs @ IBW

On the eve of the India Bike Week, 2015, the British motorcycle manufacturer had also celebrated the completion of one successful year in the country. The Triumph Motorcycles has entered the Indian boundaries in 2014 and the firm has successfully spreading its wings all across the country. The company has opened up its dealership in various major cities of the country such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Bangalore and various others. Well, on the completion of one year, the Jaipur based Rajputana Customs has showcased their all new re-framed Triumph Bonneville as a present at the India Bike Week, which was being held in Vagator, Goa.


The company built Bonne was being re-designed in a different manner, but achieving the very same scrambler styling. Retaining the very same technical specifications, the customized Triumph Bonnie has taken an all new incarnation at the IBW. The Triumph Bonneville is powered by a parallel-twin motor configuration carrying an engine displacement of 865cc. The air-cooled engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission and is attuned to fetch out a maximum power of 60 BHP @ 7500 revs and achieves a peak torque of 61.1 Nm @ 5551 revs.

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Utilizing the very same backbone of the Triumph Bonneville, i.e. the tubular steel frame, the Rajputana Customs has turned it out into an amazing piece of art. However, there is list of customization the Bonne has gone through, but the first and foremost point of attraction is the set of asymmetrical projector lamps, which is placed over a metallic plate like design. The dual exhaust tail has received a high altitude angle, just beside the newly designed seat. The front and rear fenders have also gone through a minimal additions.


The misaligned round tail lamp showers its own incredible beauty over the rear portion of the scrambler. Ultimately, conserving the very same fuel tank, side panels, chassis and various other things, it took 2 months for Rajputana Customs to frame this state-of-the-art Scrambler. The knobby tyres will make you feel of riding an off-road-cum-scrambler motorcycle. The whole matte black paint scheme simply works as eye-candy to its audience.