Marcos “Spaniard” Martinez and Ducati Triumph NYC joined forces to customize a 2015 Triumph Bonneville Standard. Both parties’ aim was to build a bike that would turn heads, and apparently with the whole usage of the copper theme that goal was achieved.
Dubbed “Miss Moneypenny,” the fuel tank, headlight, bucket, inner ring, skid plate and fenders were all removed and in turn coated with a slick, shiny copper finish. Reverse cone mufflers then complete the wrapped exhaust headers, while a set of shorty turn signals, headlight bracket and a reg/rec relocation kit were also added. The Triumph Bonneville Miss Moneypenny was also outfitted with adjustable springs up front and piggyback shocks in the rear, as the wide wheel kit comes courtesy of Canyon Racing, and Pirelli Phantom tires were chosen to complete the custom motorcycle.