2016 | Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR

Triumph "ISDT Legend"

Price on request

VAT reclaimable

Conversion/ Special
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR

Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR

Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR

Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR

Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR

Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR

Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR

Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
2016 | Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR

Triumph "ISDT Legend"
Price on request

VAT reclaimable

France

 
Enduro/Scrambler
55/75 kw/hp
500 km
Sebastien Guillemot

Fcr Original

  • Vehicle details

    Vehicle data
    Make Triumph
    Model Bonneville T100 FCR
    Year of manufacture 2016
    Type Enduro/Scrambler
    Exterior colour Green
    Condition category Conversion/ Special
    Mileage (read) 500 km
    Previous owners 1
    First registration 01/2016
    Matching numbers Yes
    Technical details
    Engine design Straight | 4 stroke | SOHC
    Power (kw/hp) 55/75
    Cubic capacity (ccm) 900
    Cylinders 2
    Starter Electric starter
    Cooling water
    Transmission Manual
    Gears 5
    Drive Chain
    Fuel Petrol
    Front Brake Disc
    Rear Brake Disc
    Curb weight (kg) 213

Description

FCR builder Sébastien Guillemot  set out to build “a scrambler in the style of the racing bikes of the 1970s ISDE,” citing the famed Rickman Metisse as inspiration. And the Frenchmen have hit the mark, thanks to a mix of superbly-judged mods and a good eye for finishes.

It’s the sublime color scheme that gets you first. The Chavigny-based Team have eschewed more common finishes, opting instead for nickel-plating on the frame and swing arm. Then there’s the fuel tank; it was chromed first, with a stellar blue laid over afterwards.

FCR also brushed the engine covers for a more subdued effect, drilling out the sprocket cover in the process. Even the wheels were rebuilt with new chrome spokes, and the fork legs polished, to get the overall feel just right.

Look further than the killer color palette, and you’ll find even more to like. FCR have taken care of one of the Bonneville’s few weak points, by upgrading the rear shocks. They’ve also swapped out the rider and passenger pegs, with wide Joker Machine units up front, and CNC-machined items at the back.

The two-into-two shotgun exhaust is hand-made, as are the number boards (the right-side doubles up as a heat shield). The fenders are new too, and we love how generous the front one is, complete with its bottom brace—a clear nod to the desert sleds of old.

There’s a custom-made leather seat up top, with the rear turn signals sunk into the ends of the shortened frame rails. Tires were an obvious choice: Continental TKC80s, a great combination of the right look and decent manners on most surfaces.

The cockpit is a serious hit of 70s style. It’s complete with high, vintage MX bars, vintage switchgear and grips, and a small Drag Specialties speedo. There’s an LED light poking through the front number board, and a Bates-style tail light out back. FCR also added a Monza gas cap for a more classic effect, and relocated the ignition to the side of the bike.

With modern performance and an irresistible shot of nostalgia, we can’t think of a better bike for hustling to work and back each day, and hitting fire roads on the weekends.

Or, you know, just parking in the living room and staring at over a Chivas Regal

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Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR
Triumph Bonneville T100 FCR

Dealer-Imprint

SARL FCR

26 rue du Planty Za du Planty

86300 Chauvigny

+33 5 49 62 03 26

Sebastien Guillemot

Seller

Sebastien Guillemot
Fcr Original
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