Aftermarket builders seem undeniably drawn to building motorcycles on the Triumph Thruxton platform. Bangkok based Zeus Custom is one of the more popular of them. While the Thruxton 900 already had the perfect base for a custom build, Zeus Custom simply added features that would turn the bike into an honest work of art.
Some of the unique custom additions made to this bike, which instills the awe of what some consider the best years in the motorcycle world, include a paint tank, headlight cover, and coffee beans leather saddle, just to get started. Front and rear fenders are lightweight aluminum, so the bike won’t be unnecessarily bogged down, and it features Mitas E-07 tires and a 2 into 1 Zard exhaust.