BONNIE MOD #5
Dime City Cycles Rear Set

Dime City Cycle Rear Seat for a Triumph Bonneville T100, Bonnie Cafe.

Wow! Here we go again. Another Dime City Cycles sexy mod. (I’m starting to sense a pattern here —DCC is my new BFF!) After installing their sweet “Speed” Clubman handlebar (which, I must say, completely transformed the look of my Bonneville in one fell swoop), I entered into an email conversation with Herm at DCC (as an […]





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BONNIE MOD #4
GenMar Handlebar Risers

GenMar Handlebar Risers for a Triumph Bonneville T100, Bonnie Cafe.

Hey, Kids! So, after swapping out my stock handlebar… or is it “handlebars” – it’s really only just one bar, right? Anyway, after swapping it out with the Dime City Cycle Speed, aka Clubman, aka Drop, handlebar, I found that I was plopping too much weight on the front end (I’m a big guy). I kept having […]





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BONNIE MOD #3
Joker Machine Ignition Switch Relocator

Joker Machine Ignition Relocator for a Triumph Bonneville T100, Bonnie Cafe.

After swapping out the stock handlebar with a Dime City Cycle “Speed” Clubman handlebar, the ignition switch became very, VERY difficult to access. Geesh, it’s always something, right? So, I decided on a Joker Machine Triumph Ignition Switch Relocation Bracket. I saw other companies with speedo/tach clusters that incorporated the ignition switch. They were nice […]





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BONNIE MOD #1
Dime City Cycle "Speed" Clubman Dropbar

Dime City Speed Clubman Handlebar for a Triumph Bonneville T100, Bonnie Cafe.

Ever since my ’59 BSA, I’ve loved the café racer. Screaming across the Bay Bridge on the BSA was such a high! Café racers are nowhere near being comfortable but, DAMN!, they’re the coolest and most fun. Don’t get me wrong… I love my new 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 but it is a bit stodgy. After the […]





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My First Triumph

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When I lived in California, I had a Ducati 900SS. Awesome bike! Fast forward 12 years. I’ve been living in New York (Brooklyn, then Manhattan) for the past ten years. New York is an extremely motorcycle-unfriendly city, so I stuck with mass transit. I’m now working at Pantone in New Jersey and the commute via […]





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