Additional photos of this 2016 Triumph Bonneville Street Tracker are available here for your perusal.
Per the seller, this “Bonneville “Street Tracker” is one of two in the world. It features a rolling chassis configured by Mule Motorcycles. The 4130 Chromoly Streetmaster frame incorporates the engine as a stressed member of the frame. The 41mm Kayaba forks are fully adjustable and have been re-valved by Race Tech Suspension. The rear suspension is provided by Ohlins and is fully adjustable. All this rides on Carrozzeria 17 inch wheels. Here’s a Motorcyclist article on the second bike, which is specifically called a “South Bay Triumph Street Tracker.”
The 2009 Bonneville 994cc engine has been custom built and incorporates a Stage 3 Triumph Performance USA head with oversize exhaust and intake valves. The shim-over-bucket engine contains over-sized buckets to accommodate the 4130 high lift cams. This engine also incorporates Carillo rods, 11.5 light weight pistons and a Barnett high performance clutch. The engine electronics are controlled by a Power Commander custom tuned by Micky Cohen Motorsports.”
“A six piston Beringer Aerotech caliper provides braking through a wave rotor at the front wheel while a two piston Beringer caliper provides braking through a wave rotor at the rear wheel. All hand controls are of Beringer design.”
“This bike features custom high performance stainless steel two into one exhaust with a megaphone muffler. Other unique features include the custom aluminum gas tank and fiberglass fender and tail piece that are hand painted, LED taillight and turn indicators and Triumph bar–end mirrors. This one of a kind bike also features hand stitched leather seat and Lightech rear sets.”
Horsepower: 94 hp at rear wheel
Torque: 69 foot-pounds
Seat Height: 29″
Wheel Travel: 4.5″ front / 4.5″ rear
Fuel Capacity: 3.3 gallons
Wet Weight: 350 pounds
This example is VIN: CA955759 – it’s titled as a Special Construction.
The seller purchased it in 2016 and “built it with help from South Bay Triumph and Micky Cohen Motorsports.” The Acewell odometer shows 227 miles, however the seller notes that the bike has 313 miles on it.
The seller states that there are no cosmetic blemishes or mechanical issues. He’s letting it go as he’s 75 and doesn’t ride much any more.
Currently located in Long Beach, California, this Triumph is offered on a clean California title. Have any questions about this listing? Let us know in the comments!