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1971 triumph bonneville bobber by helrich custom cycles

A bike like this is for sale on eBay right now. Pictured here is a 1971 Trump Bonnie built by Dave Helrich of Helrich Custom Cycles in Tempe, AZ.

It’s Dave’s “Standard Streetfighter” package. The bike you buy could be different in many ways.

The photos here are from a bike that has had Dave’s innovative aluminum coating sprayed on the tank. Additionally, for every bike he creates Dave places all the controls to best suit how you ride and your physical preferences. Every frame is a one-off to insure the bike fits the rider perfectly.

Every bike from Helrich also comes with a completely rebuilt motor and new electronics. According to Dave, “we don’t believe that Triumphs leak, and yours won’t either.”

The oil is in the frame and the fender is from our friend Dan at 7 Metal West. You can get copper coating on the tank if you wish instead of aluminum with a matching copper fender from 7 Metal.

Options include and are not limited to:
+ Speedometer
+ Turn signals
+ Paint schemes
+ Custom wheels (standard is a 19” front wheel, and a 18” or 16” rear, powder coated black or left bare)
+ Fully polished motor
+ Performance engine options such as big bore kits, belt drives, etc.
+ Inverted sport bike front end

Click this link to see more photos and read about the precise hand-made custom bobbers Dave Helrich makes.

NOTE: Hot babe not included but owning a Helrich custom bobber greatly enhances your ability to score one of your own. Killer Japanese anime boots optional.

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