“The idea was to create a comfortable, stylish Triumph,” says Jose, “but rude at the same time.” Starting with a 2009 Triumph Bonneville T100, Macco aimed to mix performance and style while still maintaining “the essence of the bike.”
In the Málaga workshop, the Bonneville T100′s tank was redone in a matte black and raw metal scheme—designed to emphasize its muscularity. Macco shortened and looped the subframe, adding a custom-made, two-up brown synthetic leather seat. A Thruxton rear fender was bobbed and fitted, and a fiberglass front fender manufactured in-house. (via Bonneville T100 by Maccomotors | Bike EXIF)