The Copenhagen based Wrenchmonkees need little introduction. Per Nielsen and Nicholas Bech, the co-founders are probably the most influential bike builders in Europe, perhaps even the World. There builds appearing in Bike Magazines, on TV, and of course on a plethora of motorcycle websites.
Wrenchmonkees officially started in 2008, which is about the same time Bonnefication, (then Motochimp) started blogging about them. In-fact Wrenchmonkees have been my biggest influence when it comes to custom motorcycles, but I do prefer my bike with a little more colour.Even though they are one of my biggest influences, Wrenchmonkees have only used the modern Triumph Twin three times as a base bike, one for Hook Motors, then for Monkee#32, a client build. And now for Monkee#68 which is their latest build and is based on a 2005 Triumph Thruxton. This bike I would like to point out is for sale at kr.145.000.
• Standard Frame, swing arm and Front Fork.
• Fork lowered 25 mm, Progressive springs, Fork Gaitors.
• Hagon Nitro Rearshocks.
• Standard Tank, ribbed.
• Standard front Mudguard, modified.
• WM Rearloop
• Modified Kawasaki steel Rear Mudguard.
• Standard brakes. Steelbraided brakehoses.
• Standard exhaust headers,
• WM / Spark stainkless steel mufflers.
• 6 ½” WM headlight,
• WM one-off brackets.
• WM LED turn signals.
• WM led rear light.
• Chrome Motocross handlebar,
• Motogadget Chrono classic speedo.
• Triumph Bonneville clutch / gas cables.
• Relocated ignition lock, rectifier and horn.
• WM one-off seat.
• WM one-off rearfender. Tarozzi footpegs.
• Powder coated rims and hubs, stainless steel spokes.
• Heidenau K60 tires rear 150/70 x17” – front 120/80×18″.
• WM custom paint.