BONNIE MOD #26
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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BONNIE MOD #20
Lockhart-Phillips Turn Signals,
British Customs Front Turn Signal Bracket, &
New Bonneville Front Signal Wiring Interconnects

British Customs Front Turn Signals Relocation Bracket. Bonnie Café.

For this post, I’m going to do something a little different and combine a couple different installs. In Bonnie Mod #16, I installed the Maund Speed Fender Eliminator Kit. I installed all four Lockhart-Phillips turn signals (with the help of the New Bonneville harness and interconnects) but didn’t document the front turn signals. I’m going […]





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BONNIE MOD #19
Joker Machine LED Lucas Tail Light &
Kisan Tailblazer Brake Light Modulator

Joker Machine Rear Tail Light and Kisan Brake Modulator for a Triumph Bonneville. Bonnie Café.

In Bonnie Mod #16, I removed the rear fender by way of the Maund Speed kit. The Maund bracket itself is a very solid piece. However, the supplied Lucas-style tail light by Dixie/EMGO is incredibly cheap. During this past winter, the tail light died on me. Removing the rear fender looks extremely cool but functionally, […]





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BONNIE MOD #16
Maund Speed Fender Eliminator Kit +
New Bonneville Wiring Harness

Fender Eliminator Kit with front and rear turn signals and tail light from Maund. Bonnie Café.

As I continue to transform the Bonneville into a proper café racer, the next bit of stodginess that needed to go was the fenders. It’s very popular to remove the rear fender as evidenced by the myriad of third party eliminator kits available. The idea is to remove the rear fender completely. Doing this also […]





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