Bike Of The Week: Fry-Umph

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Dagger Cycles Triumph

When I am riding, I want to feel the bike’s attitude. It’s will must act and react with my character. Here in Biella, Italy, I have found a kindred spirit. This week’s BotW is a Triumph still finding out.

Dagger Cycles Triumph

Two purging pistons perpetrating knobby goodness about pietra lastricata e curve pericolose. This “nouva creatura” cast in a furnace, drilled and filled, ma non violato.

Dagger Cycles Triumph

Dagger compares this Black Bonnie to punk easy-listening. A mayhem machine brandishing early apocalypse, post atomic punk regimen.

Dagger Cycles Triumph

Stabbed mods profuse. Preserving formality, a common catalogue of components include skid plate, reservoir and Gazis. Not so common was roasting the pipe on a spit.

Dagger Cycles Triumph

Subframe abbreviated, surfaced and fit to hold the yard sign. Chunky, spoked Conti run interference when not in the finer side of the ville.

Making it up as I go based purely on what I feel with a friendly finger flying, this Fry-umph feels fine. See Dagger’s sister bike Thruxton mod at Plus see some other cool shit at

  • atomicalex

    I have no idea what I just read, but it appears to be a dirt-oriented Bonneville. Ok, that is kind of cool.

  • Joseph Zarrella

    Cool looking, yes. Practical; no. Will it ever be off road? Probably not.. “bro bike”.. probably.

  • Richard Gozinya

    “Dagger compares this Black Bonnie to punk easy-listening. A mayhem
    machine brandishing early apocalypse, post atomic punk regimen.”

    This part of the article makes me weep for humanity.

  • Gail

    Is this Google-translated?

  • Brandon Mussman

    Cool looking bike, and knowing the guy is from Italy makes me go easy on the wording of this article, but man oh man WHERE ARE THE FUCKING EDITORS!

  • zedro

    Cool bike above. Not so cool below.

  • Fava d’Aronne

    Ah ah, I am done wasting my time reading rideapart. You have no respect for your readers.

    • Harvard J. Nasty, Esq. you’ll thank me later.

      • Fava d’Aronne

        Believe me, I have been there as soon as I found out it existed. Bye Bye Rideapart.

        • Harvard J. Nasty, Esq.

          I’ve never seen a site fall apart so quickly. No Wes = No read.

  • Justin Turner

    I removed RideApart from my RSS feed a couple months ago, but it’s still fun to visit and laugh at the terrible content.

  • E Brown

    Wait… Don’t they sell a Scrambler with most of these features?

  • kent_skinner

    Knobby tires + no real fenders = no dirt.

  • MichaelEhrgott

    It’s a fucking Scrambler bros.

    • Gerection Gerection

      Wow, another Bonnie scrambler…. how original…

  • Robert Horn

    Needs more shopping cart…

    • Gerection Gerection

      I see what you did there ;)

  • eddi

    Alan Ginsburg he ain’t. The Beat generation will be rising from their walkers and graves to chase him to the ends of the block.

  • Chris Gillham
    • Harvard J. Nasty, Esq.

      RideApart is dead. Long Live HFL!

    • Lee Scuppers

      Thx, bookmarked.

  • Mr.Paynter

    Yeah. Pretty bike. Poopy article.

  • crankaholic

    “drilled and filled”
    I do not think that means what you think it means…

  • Gerection Gerection

    “punk easy-listening”…… I’m going back to Bullshit Hipster Bike Videos…