• Vilner Bulldog side

  • Vilner Bulldog front 3/4

  • Vilner Bulldog front 3/4

  • Vilner Bulldog side

  • Vilner Bulldog with model and dog

  • Vilner Bulldog

  • Vilner Bulldog in red

  • Vilner Bulldog side

  • Vilner Bulldog from above

  • Vilner Bulldog in blue

  • Vilner Bulldog wheel

  • Vilner Bulldog rear 3/4

Vilner has pulled back the curtain on its newest creation: the Bulldog. A modified Triumph Speed Triple, the Bulldog features a number of aesthetic tweaks to set it apart from its more staid siblings. A new single headlamp now rides in place of the factory bug-eyed dual-lamp unit, and designers swapped out the stock wheels for a pair of flashy OZ Racing pieces. The stock pipes were also ditched in favor of the blacked-out examples you see above. With custom leather work both on the saddle and along the bike's body work, there's no mistaking this machine for a standard Speed Triple.

While Vilner typically focuses its attention on four-wheeled transportation, the company has recently turned its eye toward bikes as well. As you may recall, the design house cranked out a wild version of the BMW F800R a few months ago, and, though it's not our cup of tea, the similarly sinister Bulldog fits right in line with the family aesthetic. You can check out the quick press release below as well as a video of the Bulldog in action.

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Vilner Custom Bike Bulldog

The model Speed Triple of Triumph has appeared in 1994. More aggressive appearance and
increased size of the headlights are the signs of new developmental trend. The Speed Triple is
the most popular model of Triumph. The newer models have a flashy motor with aggressive
appearance, but at large the model fabric changes during the years are simple as the British

Bulgarian masters of Vilner remake the model of the British company (founded by Germans)
targeted for Russian customer.

By adding new features to the outfit it becomes more massive and aerodynamic.
Two headlamps are replaced by one.
The mirrors have been replaced over the handlebars.
The stand number is processed.
The exhaust pipes are in black.
Bulldog gets and new Racing wheels OZ.
As additional details are embedded the blinkers .
The added rear details are connected at the bottom with another piece. This optical innovation
and the specific form of broadcast additions reminiscent of dogs breed English bulldog.


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    • 1 Second Ago
      • 2 Years Ago
      Someone failed out of design school...
      • 2 Years Ago
      I don't really know who Vilner are but they sure know how to make a good looking bike into an ugly POS.
      Soccer Mom
      • 2 Years Ago
      Super. All three things on the picture - the bike, the girl and the dog have the same stature of a bulldog.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Looks like a softer Buell 1125cr.. Cept not as cool.
      • 2 Years Ago
      This bike reminds me a lot of my wife: Angular face. Athletic rump. Big-ass-engine. And when I twist the throttle, boy, it's all over.
      • 2 Years Ago
      The front half of the bike looks way too heavy and bulbous. Just give me the "run of the mill" Triple and I'm good.
      • 2 Years Ago
      The dual bug eye lights were dropped in 2011 for more angular ones, and the stock pipes weren't ditched, they were just painted. A little research goes a long way. Anyway, I much prefer my Speed Triple looking the way Triumph intended.
      Andre Neves
      • 2 Years Ago
      The stock Speed Triple looks much better IMO.
      Andrew TheBoss
      • 2 Years Ago
      The Diavel for Brits Italians do that better.
      Big Squid
      • 2 Years Ago
      Yup, that's a dog all right.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Not sure i like the front cowl, it is way to low and square. I've dragged the down pipes just below the engine on both speed triples i've owned, that would have destroyed this cowl completely, possibly unsettling the bike and causing a wreck. touching the downpipes to the pavement in a corner was enough of a butt puckerer for me. i wouldn't bolt on anything that is wider and lower than those pipes.
      • 2 Years Ago