1967 Triumph Bonneville Bobber
Kane of Villain Kustoms from Courtenay, British Colombia, Canada, made available these pictures of his great looking 1967 Triumph Bonneville Custom Bobber.
Kane: "Please note this is not a trailer queen, spit shined, belly button bike. She was built to ride. This is a Custom Bobber and she is exactly how I want her to look. Barebones, with no crap you don't need. If this is not your cup of tea, then surf away from this page. If it's right up your alley, then read on brother....."
"This girl is a strong runner and has never let me down. She's light and quick, long and low. Multiple show winner, at least here in Canaduh. She gets lots of attention. Lots of custom work and one of a kind. She lightly marks her territory, but hey, it's a Triumph!"
1967 Triumph Bonneville 650 T-120 Custom Bobber
1967 Triumph Bonneville Bobber Specifics
Kane listed the following specifics for his Triumph Bobber:
• Frame: 1967 Triumph Bonneville 9custom hardtail 5" stretch 2.5" drop;
• Motor: 650 Bonneville;
• Transmission: Stock 4 speed;
• Primary: MAP belt drive (open);
• Carbs: Twin Mikuni's;
• Gas Tank: Custom;
• Oil Tank: Custom;
• Fender: Custom;
• Pipes: Custom (heat wrapped);
• Wheels: 19" 40 spoke (front) 16" 40 spoke (rear);
• Rubber: Pirelli MT (front) Avon SM (rear);
• Bars: Custom (clip-ons);
• Headlight: Vintage Harley style 6.5";
• Brakes: Triumph disc (front) Triumph drum (rear);
• Front End: Triumph (shortened);
• Electrics: 12 volt system (electronic ignition);
• 1949 Chevy glass bowl fuel filter;
• 1930 Ford Model A wrench shift lever;
• Kick start only, of course!
This lady is insured as 1967 Triumph Bonneville 650.
Bare Bones Bobber: No turn signals, no gauges, no horn, no passenger footpegs. Only the bare essentials.
Straight Bobber or Custom Bobber?
To us, any Bobber is either a Straight Bobber or a Custom Bobber.
For more information, check out the Bobber Republic Info Pages!
1967 Triumph Bonneville Engine Details
The MAP open belt drive leaves no doubt whether this is the primary side or not...
This picture of the Mikunis is not razorsharp, but the bike is!
1967 Triumph Bonneville Bobber - Rear End
Note how narrow and slender Kane's bike is, emphasizing the racing spirit of the true Bobber!
A Bobber's Tale... Maximum rubber - you can smell it!
For more information you can contact Kane at
Email: " villainkustoms at gmail dot com "
Phone: 250 702 1041