Thruxton999 After Dark: Gallery | RAHOUL GHOSE

Like, THRUXTON999 -- a highly modded, black and red 2010 Triumph Thruxton EFI -- is a labor of love: Benji's Cafe Racers (rear seat cowl with leather seat, and chopped front fender) and MAS Engineering bodywork; Tamarit belly pan; Kineo tubeless rims and rear sprocket; Avon Storm 3D tread; Motodemic headlight; Woodcraft clipons & barend sliders; Motogadget dark motoscope classic tachometer/speedometer; British Customs top triple tree clamp, airbox removal kit, billet headlight brackets, clutch arm finisher and fork brace; New Bonneville FEK and oil pressure gauge, Beringer brake caliper and pads with EBC rotors; Ohlins rear suspension and race tech front fork springs; CRG mirrors; Spiegler steel-braided brake lines; LSL rearsets and engine frame sliders; Norman Hyde steering damper; Monza cap; Oberon LED blinkers and brake/clutch levers; ceramic coated Arrow 2-1 exhaust; Free Spirits chain tensioner; Wilder Factory tank strap; Super Corse Temperature Gauge Oil Fill Cap; Carpy's Cafe Racers auxiliary fog lamp and 'Thruxton' pedestrian slicer; STS Self Cancelling Turn Signal and Smart Brake Modules; LC Fabrications EFI tops; Deus saddlebags; and a host of powder coating through Yoshi at Garage Company in LA and Arcanemoto (here in Brooklyn). A very limited group of people have worked on the bike including Brian at A & J Cycles, my friends Sasan and Sean at Metrikmoto, and the now defunct South Bay Triumph.

Nikon D850 | 300mm F/2.8 AF-S II | 70-200 2.8E FL ED VR