The Triumph ‘Three Martini Lunch’ Is the Custom British Bike You Deserve
Say hello to this mean green machine.
A regular martini combines either vodka or gin with vermouth. Meanwhile, Icon 1000‘s Three Martini Lunch custom bike blends a 2014 Triumph Thruxton with a Harley‘s fork, Kawasaki KZ1000 wheels and a coat of Verdoro Green paint that was inspired by “the only Pontiac that ever mattered,” the ’68 Firebird.
That’s one hell of a combination. Watch the video below more more on this mouthwatering motorcycle:
Nitron Suspension, Avon tires (tyres?) and EBC brakes also contributed hardware to its verdant build.
Three Martini Lunch’s serious performance chops is leavened by lighthearted touches, like the eyeball on the front brake lever.
Icon makes most of its money selling riding gear and accessories, but it’s pretty damn cool to see them consistently keeping it real by building very fun toys. We’ll gladly toast that with a martini or three.