Hookie Co Orca Triumph Bobber Black Edition Motorbike

Though we’re not exactly motorcycle experts here at The Coolector, we know what we like and we always gravitate towards stealthier looking steeds like this ace Hookie Co Orca Triumph Bobber Black Edition Motorbike. Black is a colour synonymous with this motorcycle workshop but seldom has it looked better than with this Orca Bike.

The Hookie Co Orca Triumph Bobber Black Edition Motorbike is a rebuild and redesign of their original bobber but in a much more muted and stealthy colour palette. For the black ORCA, Hookie Co have used the same parts with only the DAZZLE cover, the BULLET turn signals and the FROZEN grips were made in black for the black ORCA and the workshop are delighted at just how the character of the bike changes through this colour amendment.

Top Quality Workshop

Hookie Co are a bunch of aesthetes and designers who are never satisfied with unattractive things. Functional design is omnipresent in their mindset. From bed linen to the workplace, good design gives a good feeling and makes you happy. As motorcycle enthusiasts, Hookie Co have been conspiring with motorcycle design since 2012. They specialise in individual production and small series builds and they have been crafting motorcycles as a company since 2015 with this latest ride one of their finest looking to date.

With all their builds, such as the Hookie Co Orca Triumph Bobber Black Edition, the workshop pay close attention to sustainable production. All of their products are made in-house, or in cooperation with a regional partner. They ensure that they were work with local service providers where possible as this gives them a better control of quality.

If you like your motorbikes to have a stealthy style aesthetic, this excellent looking Black Edition of Hookie Co’s Orca Bobber is going to be right up your street. Visually superior and chock full of fine features that mean it handles like a dream and can tackle any road trip adventures you’ve got planned for summer, this is one mighty impressive machine in our opinion here at The Coolector.

Leo Davie
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