It was part of a mass mailing but it’s still a nice build. Never really knew where the styling might go with the SE models. This seems like a nice direction. Very well photographed too.
Here is the Macco Nº3, a Triumph Bonneville SE customized by Maccomotors. We named DUSTY PEARL, and here is a brief overview of its history:
When Juan Manuel, the owner, bought his new Triumph Bonneville SE with standard mag wheels still didn´t hear about bikes customizations. And then he discovered it. He was impressed with the Macco Nº1 an then contacted us to completely change the look of his bike. He wanted us to build an industrial-looking bike and retro at the same time. The first was to change the original rims by spokes rims, and thereafter, all that Maccomotors would provide. So we set to work with the design and we have changed almost everything. One of the most noteworthy contributions in Dusty Pearl are the handmade side panels that left the rear brake pump outside. We love it.
The spectacular photos of Pearl Dusty have been made by the great Sergio Ibarra from semimate.com agency (please if you publish the photos Make mention of Sergio Ibarra)
Here you have the specifications of Dusty Pearl:
· Rizoma 22 mm handlebars
· Short control levers polished
· Tomaselli grips
· Single Speedometer
· Rizoma front brake reservoir
· Bates headlight 5 ¾
· Turn signals
· Tail light “Mongrel”
· Mudguards and bracket Maccomotors
· Spokes rims: 18” front y 17” rear
· Tyres: Metzeler tourance 140 rear and dunlop 110 front
· Racing footpegs
· Side panels by Maccomotrs
· Ignition recolocation
· Progressive rear shocks Bitubo WME rear
· Progressive fork front springs Wilbers
· Subframe chopped
. Seat Maccomotors
· New paint Maccomotors
· Bar end mirror
· Supertrap exhausts
· Exhaust wrap pipes
Here you have some pics so you can choose the ones you like most.
All our work is in maccomotors.com and in our FB page
Regards from Maccomotors and thanks for sharing!!
Jose and Tito
Another victim of the Spam POS filter!
Really glad I found this one! That’s a tough looking build!
I’ve been reading your site for quite some time now and I really enjoy it!….keep up the good work!
here are some pic’s of my 2001 Triumph bonny that I have owned since new I just recently completed the scrambler up grade you see in the pic’s the cromoly frame,pipes,camshafts,and fiberglass,ect. were all made from scratch in my garage……feel free to post them on your site if you like.
Thanks for your consideration
Frank Lee Strange
Very Nice! Bravo Roberto!
(I just noticed in that when I entered my post tag that this is my first Mondial. And shame on me)
Hy, congratulations for your blog it’s great! I send you some picture of my
bikes.The shot with the Mondial was been taken at Imola, the other two I have
made from Speed Triple 955ì.
Roberto from milan