Triumph’s Bonneville-based Classics models are already well-established platforms for creating the perfect garage-built custom. Sometimes the biggest challenge is where to start. The all-new “CR” line of custom café racer parts and accessories from Dime City Cycles aims to fix that, making it easier than ever for riders to transform their bikes into custom creations right in their own garages.
By partnering with British Customs, The Speed Merchant and Progressive Suspension, Dime City put together a series of parts and accessories that quickly and easily reinvent Hinckley-era Triumph Classics (Bonneville, Thruxton, Scrambler) into unique, retro-styled café racers.
To help show off the new CR product line, Dime City created the Bonneville CR. One of the most striking modifications is the DCC Factory-fit Café Racer seat, a plug-and-play unit that installs easily and truly gives the bike that classic café racer feel. Other additions include DCC’s sleek speed bars, retro headlight bucket, low-profile gauge cluster and headlight brackets, plus DCC’s Factory-fit rearsets. A British Customs fender eliminator kit and retro-finned side covers from The Speed Merchant help accentuate the custom look.
To coax more speed from the Triumph’s already-powerful 865cc twin, the guys at DCC enlisted British Customs’ Predator exhaust system and airbox removal kit. A custom ECU tune from Triumph Twin Power makes sure all the new performance mods play together nicely. Suspension upgrades include Progressive Suspension performance springs up front and their killer 970 Series shocks out back. Finally, DCC’s Factory-fit stainless steel brake line kit adds extra bite to the Bonnie’s brakes.
Added up, the effect of the CR parts line is transformative. The Bonneville CR’s new lines are both modern and classic, high-performance and high-style. And the best part? All of the CR parts and accessories can be easily added to a Triumph Classic in your own garage. No welding, no fabricating. Just pick the look you want and start customizing. The only question left is…what will your dream bike look like?