Stylish cafe racer Triumph Thruxton is the newest project of the Australian customizer Wenley Andrews from workshop “Mean Machines “. So when Wenley’s friend Luke asked him what bike he should get, Wenley immediately recommended his favorite donor – a Thruxton. Having considered some of the options in the secondary market, Luke decided to buy a brand new Triumph Thruxton 2013, then asked Wenley to customize this British bike.
Starting work on the project, the Australian British bike disassembled, leaving only the engine modifications and the pendulum. Wenley started from the front, added anthers forks and fender fiberglass and fabricated a custom mount for a 5-inch lights.
Other details and features:
Customize top tree made up on CNC
New speedometer, smaller than the original
Homemade section Seat / tail, fiberglass, suede trim
180 mm rear wheel
Redesigned rear subframe, shorter than the original
Paint and other little things