All the way from Nova Scotia, Canada, Mike sent these photos in and wrote:

“Thanks again for your help a while back on wheel spacing. My 2014 Thruxton is back on the road after a winter tear-down with your help. Keep doing what you’re doing. Your site is a daily stop for me. Here are a few photos of Trixie – she’s my daily driver in wind/rain/snow or fog.”

Well Mike, all I can say is she’s a real beauty!


Let’s see… that looks like a BC lay flat instrument cluster and ignition relocation bracket, and some tracker style black bars with brown grips and some custom signals peaking through in the background…


I like the Triumph logo work, both on the rims and the forks. Mike laced and built these wheels himself. Also noted are the front fork sliders and knobby tires.


OK, now we see a fender eliminator kit, Arrow 2 into 1 exhaust with titanium heat wrap, some black bar end mirrors, powder coated headlight bucket, after-market custom seat…


This closer in view reveals some Hagon rear shocks with some shock mount sliders and custom turn signals/mounts, custom side cover intake hole and number work and the air injection removal kit.