I was looking at this bike and suddenly realized that it has an unusually various and rich in colors and details design. There are 5 different colors, excluding shiny metal engine and exhaust system's parts. That's not what I see very often. Usually, when it comes to styling and coloring, people prefer using just a few and keep the look as simple as possible. In this case, simplicity goes hand in hand with successful designing.
But I wouldn't mention this Triumph Bonneville on the blog if I didn't like it. In fact, I find this particular combination of colors just gorgeous. At the end of the day, it's not about the painting, but how it has been executed and how the colors suit each other and the bike. Isn't it?
The "Juliette" has been customized by Maria Riding Company. The concept that the build was based on is a military touch in a simple classic appearance. That's what the green color serves for. The red one, that the valve and carb covers have been painted in, represents a racing spirit in a discreet manner.
I've seen a lot of much more stripped down scramblers, but this one, as fancy as it is, doesn't have a thing to take off.
The bike had been called "Juliette" by its owner long before it was reworked, so the guys decided to make it really special and associate it with the everlasting creation of William Shakespeare "Romeo and Juliette" by adding the quote "There is no end, no limit" on the fuel tank. In my opinion, it's a really great work.
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Images by Maria Riding