There’s hardly a Triumph Bonneville on the street that hasn’t been tweaked in some way. With hordes of aftermarket parts available for Hinkley twins, personalization is just a mouse click away.
But it takes more than a fat wallet and an internet connection to build a truly show-stopping Bonnie. You need a keen eye and an abundance of skill—something that Kiddo Motors have in spades.
Based in Barcelona, Spain, Kiddo pride themselves on their minimalist approach—and building bikes that blend modern tech with classic aesthetics.
This 2004 Triumph Bonneville T100 is a prime example. It’s been named ‘Steve’s Bonnie’ after its owner, who sent it to the Spanish shop from his home in Scotland.
“Steve was interested in a new approach after seeing ‘Bruno’s Thruxton,’” says Kiddo’s design head, Sergio Armet.…