Klock Werks took a Triumph Thunderbird Storm and stripped it down, converting the cruiser into a café racer for Michael Lichter’s ‘Ton Up’ exhibit at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip.
- A cut-out tank helped take the Triumph Thunderbird from cruiser to café racer.
- Klock Werks relocated the shock mounts in order to equip its T-Bird Café Racer with an up-spec set of Ohlins piggybacks.
- The Klock Werks Triumph Thunderbird Café Racer features Vortex rear-sets and clip-ons.
- While the café tail section was built in-house by Klock Werks, Jordan Dickinson of Union Speed & Style out of Monticello, MN was responsible for the sharp-looking seat.
- A cut-out tank helped take the Triumph cruiser to café racer.
- Klock Werks relocated the instruments from the tank console to the bars and swapped out for gauges from a Triumph Speed Triple.
- Klock Werks did some out-of-the-box thinking in converting a Triumph Thunderbird Storm cruiser into a Parallel Twin-powered café racer.
- The cut-away front pulley is an attractive upgrade to the standard concealing cover.
- Klock Werks Joe Mielke hand-fabricated the racy looking fairing on the front of the Klock Werks Thunderbird Café Racer.
- This retro headlight came from a 1938 Graham sedan.
- Klock Werks crafted this clean tail section for the Thunderbird Café Racer.
- It'd take someone with the creativity of Brian Klock to make a café racer out of a Triumph Thunderbird Storm.
- A vintage taillight found new use on the Klock Werks' T-Bird Café Racer.