Paolo Tarozzi Clip On Handlebars

Paolo Tarozzi motorcyle clip on handlebars. Bonnie Café.

I think it’s about time to change the name of this blog to Yep, an install of yet another pair of handlebars. Man, I’m picky! I’m not going to apologize though. The handlebars connect you to the bike. They are one of the most important components of your motorcycle. You and your bike communicate […]

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D9 VDO Lay Flat Bracket

D9 VDO Standard Lay Flat V1 Bracket for the Triumph Bonneville T100 instrument cluster. Bonnie Café.

Hello, Triumph Fans! If you’ve been following along, you know that I swapped the handlebar (first with Dime City and then with Joker Machine), swapped out the headlamp brackets, lowered the turn signals, and lowered the rectifier using a Motone bracket. This left the speedo and tach sticking up like a pair of hermit crab […]

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Pep Boys’ Magnetic Cup

Pep Boy's magnetic cup for all your bits that you're pulling off the bike. Bonnie Café.

Wow! Talk about a great find! Every time I’m working on the bike (aka motorcycle for seo benefits), I find myself misplacing bits. The other day I was wandering around in Pep Boys and stumbled across their magnetic collapsible tray. What a find, and it was only $3.00. I highly recommend it. It sticks in […]

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New Audio of the TEC 2-1 Exhaust,
Baffle Removed

Removing the baffle of a TEC 2-1 exhaust for a Triumph Bonneville T100 motorcycle. Bonnie Café.

Hey Kids. So, I borrowed a stellar recording device, the ZOOM H6. I wanted to get a proper recording of what my Bonneville truly sounds like at this point in her history of mods. I’ve done MANY mods but no doubt, you’re most interested when I installed the TEC pipes and removed the baffle. It sounds […]

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Motone Rectifier Relocation Bracket for Triumph

Motone Rectifier Relocation Bracket for a Triumph Bonneville T100 motorcycle. Bonnie Café.

The mods keep coming! This latest one is part of a series, one in which I’ve swapped out the handlebars (for a second time) and “need” to lower the headlamp in order to lower the instrument cluster. I lowered the headlamp when I installed the SMT MOTO headlamp ears but the rectifier prevented the headlamp […]

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