The Inlander, the latest build from US Motorcycle Design Director Michael Woolaway, pays tribute to the inland life‚ Hollywood actually‚ where the bike lives. The Inlander started out as a stock Triumph Bonneville 900.
It was the owner's absolute favorite bike, his everyday ride, and the modifications happened bit by bit‚ first the motor, then the airbox removal, then the hand-made front and rear fenders, the narrowed, hand-made seat pan with custom leather seat and matching bags‚ each change carefully considered.
It ended up as a cream-colored head turner. And a head turner that pulls like a mule thanks to a big bore kit with forged high compression pistons, high lift camshafts, a four-angle valve job, and FCR carb kit. Custom accents like the two-into-one exhaust, gauges, stainless steel bag mounts, paint work on the tank, and Works shocks seal the deal. A favorite bike becomes so much more favored. Head inland and keep your eyes peeled for it.