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Return of the Cafe Racers - Triumph Bonneville Deus Venice

Triumph Bonneville Deus Venice

Here's the latest custom motorcycle build from the new Deus ex Machina in Venice, USA. The modern Triumph Bonneville has been tastefully upgraded with a new paint scheme, custom trimmed tan leather seat and mini paniers with matching gummy gips, a smaller headlight and instrument cluster and ace style bars. Performance has…

Here’s the latest custom motorcycle build from the new Deus ex Machina in Venice, USA. The modern Triumph Bonneville has been tastefully upgraded with a new paint scheme, custom trimmed tan leather seat and mini paniers with matching gummy gips, a smaller headlight and instrument cluster and ace style bars. Performance has also been made more interesting with the addition of a set of CR carbs and a custom 2-into-1 exhaust system.

There’s no denying it’s a good looking bike but as pointed out by fellow blogger Moto-Mucci, the Deus Triumph bears an uncanny resemblance to the Tarantulas custom Honda CB350 “Smooth Criminal”. They do say that “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” though so hopefully the Tarantulas will take it as a compliment.

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