A Triumph Bonneville T100 110th Anniversary Edition motorcycle, customized by Mickey Cohen Motorsports, is up for auction on eBay, with proceeds benefiting the Tony Hawk Foundation and its mission to bring public skateparks to youth in challenged communities. Only 1,000 of these bikes were created and only 250 were sent to the United States. Generously donated by Triumph and Mickey Cohen Motorsports, this bike features Triumph’s legendary 865cc parallel twin engine with electronic fuel injection and a 5-speed transmission. Special features include the limited-edition Brooklands Green with Aluminum Silver paint, a crest reminiscent from the very first Triumph built in 1902, chrome trim, and a numbered handle bar clamp and certificate of authenticity.
This particular bike is production number 665 of the 1,000 made. Mickey Cohen Motorsports, a long-time Triumph race and performance shop once named “Tuner of the Year” by AMA Pro Racing, built this bike to be even more rare for the Tony Hawk Foundation by giving it the full café racer treatment. Customization of the Bonneville T100 110th Anniversary Edition includes: • Mickey Cohen Motorsports exhaust • British Customs Café Racer seat with Lucas taillight • Renthal ‘Fat Boy’ handle bars with CRG bar end mirrors • Triumph Genuine Accessories adjustable billet levers • Triumph Thruxton bobbed front fender • British Customs rear fender elimination kit • Hagon stainless steel shock absorber bodies • Triumph Thruxton 18” front wheel kit with black rims and hubs and stainless steel spokes • British Customs 160 wide rear tire kit with black rims and hubs and stainless steel spokes • British Customs vintage rear sprocket • Joker Machine ignition relocation bracket • Assorted chrome and billet aluminum trim priced the cycle at $10,499, but it is now valued at more than $15,000 and was recently pub up for auction on e-bay through the Tony Hawk Foundation at; www.Tonyhawkfoundation.org
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