Icon – Hammarhead 92

This stripped-back Triumph Bonneville comes in any colour as long as it's black. Batman would love it…

It's like, how much more black could this be?

The answer is none. None more black. This matte black beauty is the Hammarhead Ninety-Two, a custom bike based on the 2007-08 Triumph Bonneville.

Does it do anything apart from look awesome?

Well, the chaps at Hammarhead – and yes, that is how they spell it – have stripped back the non-essential hardware to turn the bike into a lean, mean street machine.

Wait, so I'm paying more for less?

Yup – US$16,500 versus around US$10,000 for a new Bonneville. But you're not throwing your money away – Hammarhead's complemented the Bonneville's 865cc twin engine with Keihin FCR carbs and a Zard exhaust, along with fenders and a seat made from "marine-grade materials." Plus you get that awesome paint job.

[via Uncrate]

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