When it comes to custom bike builds, there are few better blank canvases than the Triumph Thruxton. In recent years, countless bespoke aftermarket motorcycle builders have used this iconic cafe racer as ground zero for some frankly breathtaking creations.
Take, for perfect example, the Zeus Custom The Wild 90s Triumph Thruxton 900. Created by the celebrated Bangkok-based shop Zeus Custom, this bike reflects the glory of what many aficionados consider to be the best decade in motorcycle culture.
The Wild 90s Triumph Thruxton 900 presents itself as an exemplary all-around racer, conjuring an era in which motorcycles were unique, highly functional, and amazingly fun to ride. Powered by a 865cc DOHC four-stroke twin engine, this bike features classic one-inch Zeus 1960 handlebars, a foot control stock from Bonneville SE, a 2-into-1 Zard exhaust, an Ohlins rear suspension system, and two extremely knobby Mitas E-07 tires.