‘I wanted style and speed’
Jens Hebish 2013 Triumph Thruxton
This 2013 Triumph Thruxton has been turned into a classy retro capable of anything.
Creator Jens Hebish said: “I wanted to create the vintage look with a bike that can actually be ridden properly. I wanted style and speed with this machine.”
The original Thruxton was rebuilt from the ground up as Jens tried to create a bike capable of high spirited track and road action.
The 900cc bike boasts a complete Triumph Race exhaust
system, a quickshifter and power commander. Helping it to handle is the reworked suspension.
Jens had the bike painted and powdercoated with a matt-black finish to give the bike a
no-nonsense look. Other changes include the bars, footrests, tank, rear unit, seat and a Motogadget dash is also featured. The build took about six months and according to Jens turned out better than he could have hoped.
Stripped-back vintage looks, but this bike can hustle
A clean Motogadget dash keeps it simple There’s nothing fussy about this Thruxton Hebish wanted a vintage style with decent speed