The Triumph TR6R Gets a Clean Custom Makeover

A lively take on the bike classic.

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Making an appearance in Steve McQueen’s The Great Escape, the fondness for the TR6R model is well known. Now the classic model has been made-over by Tricana Motorcycles, a small workshop in Portugal that’s creating a reputation for classy, slightly unconventional café racers. Run by Jonathan Natario, he calls his latest creation Briosa, a musical term meaning “lively” in Italian. Arriving as an incomplete, beaten down 1972 TR6R, Natario spent his time modifying the model’s depleted stock of original parts while maintaining the feel of a vintage Triumph. The bike’s beauty remains in the details with new mounts on the fuel tank and shocks, aiding the bike to lean at racier angles. The front suspension is also lowered with the headlight and front fender mounts placed into a different position. Check out the classic TR6R above which has been resurrected with style and craftsmanship.

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