When I first saw this bike I couldn’t help but feature it on my blog right away. Not just because painting and varnish caught my attention (in general, that’s what I notice first and that’s what makes me click on the picture for further examination), but also the bodywork and the overall look which is reminiscent of an enduro bike.
LSL company and workshop from Germany is well known by their motorcycle component parts production, but they also design and build custom bikes, like this one. LSL has its individual style, I would say something between a scrambler and a sport bike.
The bike comes with LSL’s reversed and fully adjustable Öhlins FG 43 fork painted in shiny yellow and finished with varnish. While the knobbly wide rear wheel beautifies the back, the front wheel’s running a much more modest, but still all-terrain Pirelli Scorpion Rally Cross tire. High mounted mat 2-into-1 stainless exhaust system is set in parallel with the flat seat.
The front and the rear fenders are clipped and minimized. The footpegs are custom made by LSL. The Rumbler is equipped with Magura brakes with 4 pistons radial front caliper and 320mm disc. TTS Öhlins adjustable shock absorbers allow to set the most suitable height.
The thing is that Triumph motorcycles are striking enough without any further customization, but LSL with such a crafted build proved that they can be even better. Head over to LSL website for more information.
Images by LSL