TTRNO's Swamp Bike is a custom scrambler build that started life as a bone stock Bonneville SE.  All modifications were performed by one of TTRNO's master techs Maxwell Materne and took 6 months from start to finish between day to day work. 

This Bonneville was torn down to the frame in order to change every last detail about the bike.  The wiring harness was removed, electronics relocated and harness rebuilt in a sleeker more efficient way.  This wiring modification allowed for a custom battery box to fit all sensors, electronic control unit and Ballistic battery neatly under the seat.  Two K&N pod filters finished off the look of a clean subframe, then it was on to a few custom bits from my friend Benjie at Benjie's Cafe Racers. 

He produced the exhaust, headlight bucket and seat to finish off the minimalist look. An oil cooler delete (oil running through frame instead), scrambler OEM rear sets, custom fenders and mounts, custom license plate mount, and a set of TKC80 tires were the last parts to come in before paint and poweder coating.  Final finishing touches were the Rizoma details with the integrated turn/tail/brake lights being the crowning jewels that pulled this minimalist bad-ass together.  Now all that's left is to get it dirty!