The devil’s in the details: Benji’s Cafe Racers (rear seat cowl with leather seat, and chopped front fender) and MAS Engineering bodywork; Tamarit belly pan; Kineo tubeless rims and rear sprocket; Avon Storm 3D tread; Motodemic adaptive LED headlight; Woodcraft clipons & bar-end sliders; Motogadget dark motoscope classic tachometer/speedometer and m.View Blade bar end mirrors; British Customs top triple tree clamp, airbox removal kit, billet headlight brackets, clutch arm finisher and fork brace; New Bonneville FEK and oil pressure gauge, Beringer brake caliper and pads with EBC rotors; Ohlins blackline rear suspension and race tech front fork springs; Spiegler steel-braided brake lines; LSL rearsets and engine frame sliders; Norman Hyde steering damper; Motone classic Monza gas cap; Oberon LED blinkers and brake/clutch levers; ceramic coated Iron Cobras Fabrication 2-1 GP shorty exhaust; Free Spirits chain tensioner; Wilder Factory tank strap; Super Corse Temperature Gauge Oil Fill Cap; Carpy’s Cafe Racers auxiliary fog lamp and ‘Thruxton’ pedestrian slicer; STS Self Cancelling Turn Signal and Smart Brake Modules; LC Fabrications EFI tops; Deus saddlebags; Nology performance spark plug wires and ignition coil; and powder coating through Brooklyn’s Arcanemoto. A very limited group of people have worked on the bike including Brian Ballard at A & J Cycles, Sasan and Sean at Metrikmoto, and the now defunct South Bay Triumph.