Triumph Speed Triple gets Vilner makeover

Last updated 07:00 09/11/2012
Vilner's modified Triumph Speed Triple called the Bulldog.
Vilner's modified Triumph Speed Triple called the Bulldog.

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A Triumph Speed Triple is the latest two-wheeled machine to receive customisation from tuning specialists Vilner.


Click photo at left for more views of the Vilner Bulldog.


The Bulgarian company's latest creation - called the Bulldog - is for a Russian customer and it won't be to everyone's liking, especially Triumph enthusiasts.

The new look started at the front where the normal two headlamps are replaced by a single unit, while other changes include switching the exhaust pipes which are now black, adding new Racing Wheels OZ and the embedding of the blinkers.

Custom leather work on the seat and along the side of the machine mean the Bulldog is unlikely to be mistaken as a standard triple.

Watch the Bulldog's promotional video below.

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