The bike is the product of a collaboration between Berluti and French motorcycle shop Mecatwin, based on a Triumph Bonneville T120. The two companies completely reworked the bike from the ground up, keeping only the mechanical components such as the frame and engine stock — all other parts are uniquely designed and made for the custom motorcycle. Taking inspiration from the design language of Maison Berluti, the bike features clean pure lines reflective of a classic design, giving ample room to showcase the beautiful patina of the Venezia leather used by Berluti to craft the saddle and the handles.
Accompanying the custom bike is an open-face carbon fiber helmet in black with white Berluti-style inscription on one side and custom leatherwork lining the interior, as well as a pair of Maison’s Norwegian construction Off the Road riding boots made from calf leather with a side zip to allow easy access when putting them on.
At the time of writing this article, the Berluti-custom set is auctioning for €22,000 EUR (roughly $24,512 USD) with 11 days remaining. You can head over to Sotheby’s site to learn more or place a bid.
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