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The job of custom motorcycles creation is also about translating the vision of a customer into a coherent project. We physically met Xavier only once, but the Triumph Bonneville T120 we built for him seems to be the perfect answer to his expectations.

Xavier learnt about BAAK on internet like many of you. He entirely trusted our team to create the Triumph Bonneville T120 that perfectly corresponds to his vision, after he saw and tried a BAAK only during one afternoon. The challenge was to get what he could enjoy in a custom project. We chose to build a multi-purpose version of the Triumph Bonneville T120, equipped with off road tires but that would keep great road riding capacities. His motorcycle gets a chic British look mixing a deep green gas tank painting with brown leather parts. Slightly lowered, lightened, his Bonnie offers a great handling while remaining stable. BAAK’s team focused on designing and manufacturing the parts that will make it stand out from the mass: a classic speedometer inserted in the headlight, minimalistic mudguards, wide handlebars, short exhaust pipes, handcrafted aluminium side covers, and a shortened brown leather seat that was handcrafted out of the same skin as the fork gaiters, the grips and the saddlebag.

Finally, a machine with a strong personality that already delights his new owner.

BAAK designed the ultimate custom Bonneville T120

BAAK's Triumph Bonneville T120 shot in Lyon, France

The handlebars clamps are made out of aluminium

The shortened seat is handcrafted out of leather

custom Triumph Bonneville T120 gas tank painting

Wavier's Triumph T120 shot in our showroom

Our custom motorcycles showroom in Lyon

Motogadget Chronoclassic inside headlight

La sacoche en cuir marron est apposée du côté droit

The aluminium side covers are handcrafted