Spanish custom motorcycle building firm, Macco Motors has built a Triumph Bonneville T100 for a customer, based on a character called 'The Saint'.
The work having been commissioned, the custom building firm started the build on a previous-generation Triumph Bonneville T100. The aim was to build a scrambler, taking inspiration from The Saint.
Macco Motors specialises in building BMWs, Ducatis, and Triumphs. The firm chopped off the rear subframe of the T100 and redesigned it in a loop, similar to a 70's styled scrambler.
The fenders (mud guards) have been shortened, the tail lamp has been replaced by a custom round unit, and the firm outfitted the motorcycle with a flat seat. The headlight too, has been replaced with a custom grille.
The standard twin-pod instrument cluster has been swapped with a singular meter, and the Bonneville features a one-inch diameter MX-style handlebar. The suspension have been beefed up as well.
The T100 gets a new exhaust system and rides on stock spoked wheels, finished in black. The fuel tank is original, but paint work has changed. The tank gets the cross of Saint George, and scrambler styled number plates complement the build well.
There is no details as to how much the build cost, but what we can say is it is a true work of art, something similar to the Triumph Street Cup seen in the image gallery below.