Triumph and Icon 1000 have long been known for their awesome rides and the Dromedarii collaboration is no different. Build with rugged looks that reminds one of something out of Mad Max come to life, the Dromedarii is a sight to behold.
The Dromedarii is as tough as it looks and it comes as no surprise since it’s based on the skeleton of a 2011 Triumph Tiger 800XC. Icon 1000 stripped the tiger to its barebones and built it up from there to meet wasteland specifications.
They raised the subframe while adding Ohlin’s stiffened shock absorbers and added Conti TKC80 tyres to make the Dromedarii an offroad beast. The Tiger’s plastic was discarded and replaced with expertly designed steel plates and cages to protect the engine components.
To ensure that the Dromedarii is built for the outlands, the fuel tank had been oversized and Rotopax auxillary fuel cells were added to sides. It’s functional while still adding to the overall aesthetic and feel of the bike. To decrease weight while increasing light, the original lights were replaced with PIAA HID lights that are used in conjunction with a Ballistic lithium ion battery and the addition of both front and rear carry-racks ensure that you can carry provisions with you no matter where you may roam.
The Dromedarii features a 199cc engine with a 6 speed transmission that lets you rip beaten tracks as well as asphalt with the same fervor. All in all, the Dromedarii’s look fits the beast profile.
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