Mr. Martini & His TRIUMPHS

This Super-Cool bike is actually a TRIUMPH. Okay, that part was easy once you notice the engine finish. Now lets guess which TRIUMPH model? Its actually the 900 Adventurer. And yes, the 900 Adventurer's engine doesn't look like this. But thats Mr. Martini and its his creative work, this customized Triumph named Super Cooper 900.
Mr. Martini is an Italian bike enthusiast who specializes in TRIUMPH modification. One look and you notice the the enormous task of transformation this bike muast have gone through, but the result is definitely stunning and impressive and specially the colour (kind of) light blue. Who would have thought that one can go for such a (ladylike?) bizzarre colour?
Its not only this Super Cooper that will floor you, he has worked his magic also in a Thruxton renaming it TRIUMPH T3, a Rocket renaming ROCKET III EUROCRUISER Mr. MARTINI and another Thruxton renaming THUNDERBIRD N.3 VERONA
The TRIUMPH T3 has been fitted with side boxes and a navigation screen which means that touring now will even be more easier and a lot cooler.
The THUNDERBIRD is one cool dude made in the Cafe Racer version with low handlebars, chequered stripes, the dome at the back and the chromed engine.
The ROCKET is enhanced cosmetically by a reframed tank, reworked footpegs and adding a small navigator screen. The colour scheme is really unique and the new tank adds to the muscular look.
Visit the website for more photos. The language is Italian and although the index page shows a link in English version, the link is non-functional as of now.


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