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Spain based 8Negro Speed Parts was created by shoe designer Quique Berna three years ago. His aim is to sell his own high quality, hand made motorcycle accessories to the Cafe Racer scene, as Quique says, ‘making them so beautiful that convey something special as if they had soul’ – Quique is passionate about beautiful things and his passion for motorcycles is clear from the parts 8Negro manufacture. Which are sold exclusively via the Negro website and can be shipped worldwide.



5holes blackWhen you check out the 8Negro website you will see that their list of aftermarket parts is extensive, ranging from  fibreglass seats cowls, exhausts cans and light brackets to aluminium footrests, chain-guards, side covers and of course the “Little Bastard” which is 8Negro stubby mudguard.


The 8Negro Jarama and Assent seats apparently bolt straight on, directly replacing the stock item. Instantly transforming any Triumph Twin into an uber cool Cafe Racer. These seats are supplied in gloss black or unpainted, with either a brown or black seat covering.

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If you are considering binning the stock rear mudguard, horrid tail light, ghastly indicators and chunky numberplate mount for something lighter, 8Negro also produce this very nice fender eliminator kit, which well worth taking a look at.

kit of eliminationWe at Bonneficaion think that these 8Negro’s parts look great! – As yet we have not tested or had a chance to take a closer look ourselves, something we hope to change in the near future. Prices seem comparable to those sold by LSL and Kompo-Tech. So well worth taking a look at if you are considering turning your Twin into a Cafe Racer.

For full and details prices visit the 8Negro online store here


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  1. Really nice looking parts, might get myself one of those seats – If you get to take a closer look at them, I would be really interested in seeing your review

  2. Bought the Jarama seat for my Bonneville 2010 EFI. It didn’t fit due to the injection stuff and the alarm below the seat. There was not enough space below the Jarama seat. Contacted 8 negro about the issue and told me to cut a whole below the seat which I did. Now it kinda fits but leaves a big gap in front between the tank and the seat. Moreover the little bastard is provided without holes for my Bonneville. I guess the guys at 8 negro used their own old Triumph to create the parts and didn’t take into account the new models. Also don’t expect it to be a comfortable seat. The foam is not so good and it’s like sitting on the fiberglass below the seat.. Kinda disappointed.

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