2005 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE – El Matador 2.0

2005 Triumph Bonneville – El Matador 2.0

  • GSXR front end conversion
  • 17” Sun rims front and back laced to stock hubs
  • Pilot Power tires
  • Race Tech G3-S Shocks
  • AMG custom tailored number plates
  • AMG A3T tail light
  • Motogadget Tiny Speedster speedo, m-Unit, m-Switch Minis, and m-Blaze Pin front signals
  • Bates style head light with custom made headlight bracket
  • Custom made steel fender and brackets
  • Custom made seat pan and steel hump with brass cover
  • British Customs drag pipes, gas cap, chain guard, battery box eliminator, clutch cover and billet bracket
  • CR carbs
  • British Customs performance cam service
  • Moto and Motor rebuild engine top end
  • Beringer controls
  • Lowbrow Customs supplied Knurled grips, Brass tank emblem, Brass exhaust tips and Brass Kustom Tech throttle housing
  • K & N fitlers
  • Joker Machine key relocator
  • Seat upholstery by Dave Purney
  • Vortex clip ons with Speedy Moto Omni bars
  • CRG Blindsight Bar-End Mirrors
  • Traxxion Dymanics forks adjustors
  • Dash plate CNC’s brass by Free Form Design
  • Clear Coat by Kiel’s Kustoms
  • Pin Stripe and gold leaf by Brando
  • LSL rear sets
  • Hel Brake lines
  • Custom made cables

This bike was built specifically for Rebel Yell Bourbon.  We do not make copies of bikes, but if you would like us to create your very own custom build click HERE to find out how we can do that.

9 Responses to “2005 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE – El Matador 2.0”

  1. Rust?July 2, 2016 at 2:58 am #

    Great work, master piece?✌️.I love it. How did you prevent rust after scotch before polish(coat)? What kind of coat is that. Thnx

    • Tony PrustJuly 15, 2016 at 7:55 am #

      We scotch bright right before a quick clean and then clear coat. Not sure of the brand my painter uses. On my El Matador bobber there is traces of rust starting under the clear but it adds to the patina that I am after.

  2. coool!July 2, 2016 at 9:02 am #

    what is the price? 😉

    • Tony PrustJuly 15, 2016 at 7:56 am #

      If you would like a build done please fill out a build inquiry. This bike is not for sale. It was commissioned to be built by Rebel Yell Bourbon.

  3. Scott Edwards IG @scottchicagoJuly 6, 2016 at 8:56 am #

    Just saw this in the Rebel Yell competition. Awesome!

  4. Justin LovveMarch 8, 2017 at 8:48 am #

    I see that you guys also make some videos for some of your builds. Is there anyway you could give some pointers on replacing front ends? I have the idea of putting gsxr/cbr forks on a cb550 or a kz650 but I’m worried that it will a daunting task in order to make it work

    • Joey O.March 8, 2017 at 11:13 am #

      Hi Justin,

      Thanks for the email. We’re super swamped at the shop here at the moment, so it would likely be a while before we can accommodate this request. We recommend contacting the folks at Classified Moto in Richmond, VA, as they’ve got pretty extensive experience with this. They also offer an option to ship them components and have them complete the front-end swap for you for a song. You can see details of this here. Thanks for the inquiry!

  5. Carlos MartinezJune 25, 2017 at 4:30 pm #

    For sale?

    • Analog StoreJune 26, 2017 at 12:54 pm #

      Sorry that one was for Rebel Yell Bourbon raffle last year. Not for sale unless winner decided to sell but we do not have any info on that.

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