The Italian custom excellence is here introducing a whole new look of the Triumph Bonneville. The motorcycle has taken an incarnation at the Officine Rossopuro office, which is headquartered in Italy. The new born custom is named as Triumph Lupozza. Filippo Barbacane of Officine Rossopuro is the hand behind this new born custom motorcycle. The Italian touch over the British styling and design doesn’t look mismatched but it came out as an impeccable state-of-the-art customization. Truth to be told, that it looks more beautiful than the real Triumph Bonneville.
The customization took place in the duration of three months and the result came out carrying several newfangled equipments. Talking about the cosmetic makeover, Mr. Filippo Barbacane has placed thin and modified fuel tank, aluminum plates, new hand-control, foot-pegs and wire-spoked tubeless tyres. The long-sized chrome exhaust of the Triumph Bonne was turned out into a short sized under-belly exhaust. The custom-maker has offered a solo riding experience by fitting a cafe-racer seat. The designer also installed racing-inspired Tommaselli clip-ons along with retro-styled grips.
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Technically, the Triumph Lupozza is blessed with Hot Road MASS Moto pipes. The 45mm forks at the front and adjustable Bitubo gas-charged units are being placed at the rear portion, supplied by Marzocchi. The instrument console was also digitalized by the Motogadget gauge. The Cafe-Racer styling acknowledged by the motorcycle gives it a head-turner look.
However, the beauty of the Triumph Lupozza can't be described in words. Being a Cafe-Racer, it attains the retro-styling, which is spiced up with Italian flavor. The custom-maker hasn't touched the engine unit and mechanical equipments, apart from the suspensions. The whole new customized attire acquired by the Triumph Lupozza features an excellent combination of British performance and Italian design.