French motorcycle customisation shop Mecatwin made the wise decision to team up with Berluti, a subsidiary brand of LVMH that focuses on menswear, most notably shoes and boots finished in calfskin, kangaroo leather, and alligator skin. The collaboration resulted in a customised Triumph T120 that is accompanied by a custom helmet and riding boots.
The Triumph Bonneville T120 was completely reworked to the point of only keeping the original frame and engine. Everything else was designed specifically for the bike. Much like the designs created by Maison Berluti, the bike has clean lines and plenty of leather. Berluti outfitted the bike in beautiful Venizia leather for the saddle and the handles. Venizia leather has a unique patina that adds striking details to the bike.
For the helmet, Berluti and Mecatwin went with an open-face carbon fibre helmet in black. On one side, there is an inscription done in white. The interior is lined in custom leatherwork, while the exterior is sheathed in leather as well. The boots are a pair of Maison Beruti’s Norwegian construction Off the Road riding boots. The boots are made of calf leather and have a side zipper.
The set is expected to bring in between 30,000 to 50,000 EUR.