Celebrating retro road racers, this 2014 Triumph Thruxton has been transformed by Icon 1000 into a bike that would look perfectly at home on the streets of 1970s New York. The company is based in Portland, Oregon, and even though it designs stunning bespoke bikes, it’s not just a motorcycle workshop but a lifestyle brand, offering riding gear and accessories made with cool and fearless riders in mind. All Icon 1000 products have a distinct character created by an eclectic blend of retro vibes, futuristic accents and state of the art technology.
The recently released Three Martini Lunch motorcycle joins a lineup of sophisticated bikes designed by the brand. Modifications include a new set of EBC brakes, a single-sided Nitron suspension, a custom tank, an old fog light for the headlight, and Avon tires paired with KZ1000 rims. For the finishing touch, the team painted this gorgeous cafe racer in Verdoro Green, which was used by General Motors for Pontiac cars in the 60s. The result is a bike designed to turn heads anywhere with its streamlined appearance that is dynamic, vintage and stylish at the same time. Photo credits: Icon 1000.