The Triumph Bonneville is one of those classic bikes that is usually best served as-is, proudly claiming its right as founder of the modern classic motorcycle segment. However, Bunker Custom Cycles has just produced a variant that makes the 2014 model year Triumph look and produce even stronger in its class, squeezing out as much performance from the T100 as possible. Behind an increase in horsepower to 81HP is a combination of a new K&N airbox, a pair of Predator mufflers, and an upgraded on-board computer, the Power Commander V. From there, the form and posture of the bike itself began to take shape, according to Bunker's Mert Uzer, stretching out an extra two centimeters with a new suspension, a lower fork height, and a new front brake disc sitting within the 180 tires. To finish the design, a sleeker seat was swapped in along with a shorter aluminum tail, itself fitted with a custom LED light, and new grips and mirrors were installed. See more of this stunning blue grey bike with gold accents after the click and give Bunker a visit to give them their due.