Triumph ‘Venom’ Bonneville Unveiled As One Of A Kind Custom

Triumph Motorcycles recently announced their successful 18 months in India. The British brand of motorcycles has witnessed a turn in fortune of recent times.

They also had announced that their Bonneville in India will be more affordable and accessible to wider audience. Triumph Motorcycles has now unveiled a one of a kind custom Bonneville christened 'Venom'.

Triumph Motorcycles has unveiled its Venom custom made Bonneville. It has been designed to celebrate the launch of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. It is a character in Konami's new game and is based on the Snake figure.

Snake also rides this legendary motorcycle in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain game. Venom has been built by Triumph Motorcycles team itself, it is identical to the game. The motorcycle is completely stripped and bears renowned Diamond Dogs logo, it is a mission ready bike for Snake.

Triumph designers have provided a flat black paint scheme, giving it a stealth persona. Cylinder head, brake callipers and part of the handle grips have been highlighted with bright red colour. They have also provided a shortened exhaust system which should give it a better roar. There also is an army like satchel attached to the rear.

Venom sports yellowed-out JVB Rumbler headlight with external heavy duty front fork springs. This provides the custom built Bonneville an even more unique look and is retro reminiscent.

The Venom gets all painted logos and graphics by Triumph design team. They have not cut corners by using stickers to speed up their process. Great attention to detail has been observed. It feels as though Snake's motorcycle directly has come out of the game.

A shorted slash cut exhaust surely will be an exhaust note symphony. To maintain its off-road presence the Venom motorcycle gets a wrapped up exhaust giving it a retro look.

Here is a look at the exhaust end, which is chromed as well. Do let us know what you think about Triumph's Venom Bonneville motorcycle? We wonder if this custom motorcycle could be offered as a special edition model.

Story first published: Saturday, May 23, 2015, 9:27 [IST]
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