While Triumph's own designers are just about to roll out the next generation Thruxton, Taiwan's Onehandmade - a master metalworker - went about creating his own new look for the outgoing flagship. With a 2014 Thruxton 900 and a client's wish - "just build me a tracker" - the master went to work shaping metal to produce something truly special. The custom work was then paired with Ohlins shocks, Arlen Ness' Flurry wheels, and bespoke hubs. Other finishings, like the risers, bars, pegs, and gas cap are from Rough Crafts while the braking system comes from Beringer. An equally impressive paint job and custom exhaust system finish the project. See more angles of what one really lucky customer picked up below.