Return of the Cafe Racers - Wrenchmonkees Triumph T100

Wrenchmonkees Triumph T100

I just stumbled across these "exclusive" shots of one of Wrench Monkees latest builds on the Hook Motors blog. Starting life out as a black Triumph T100 the Wrenchmonkees have transformed the modern Triumph with a plethora of WM custom parts and finished it off in a brilliant British racing green. Some of…

 

I just stumbled across these “exclusive” shots of one of Wrench Monkees latest builds on the Hook Motors blog. Starting life out as a black Triumph T100 the Wrenchmonkees have transformed the modern Triumph with a plethora of WM custom parts and finished it off in a brilliant British racing green.

Some of the WM made components include the front fender, seat, side panels, rear fender, front bubble screen, front and rear lights and exhaust. Then to add to the already extensive list of mods LSL rearsets were added along with Bitubo shocks and big fat Avon tyres…to tighten up the ride. The green racer also sits 3cm lower than it’s standard stance and has been given a cleaner look by stashing the electrics in the seat and by relocating the radiator to behind the front screen (nice idea!)

The bike now resides in Hook Motors Atelier, Bologna store.

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