” Co-Built are famous in the UK for building flat track motorcycles—the type that go fast and turn left. But they’re also a dab hand at customizing road bikes, like this 2003 Triumph Bonneville.
There’s nothing radical in this build. But it shows what can be done on a reasonable budget by a builder who knows where best to spend the dollars (or in this case the Pounds Sterling.)
The bike started out as a bone stock Bonnie owned by documentary maker Dael Poulter. “Dael didn’t want a radical rebuild,” says Co-Built’s Anthony Brown. “When he initially approached us, it was about a 2-into-1 exhaust system. Once our custom stainless pipes were fitted, things started to spiral. We decided on some other modifications that would enhance the looks of the bike without too much compromise.” … ”
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