It’s always extra thrilling to see a bike that we supplied custom wheels for turn up on a website like Bike EXIF. This site covers the cafe racer/custom culture with an emphasis on gorgeous photography, and this article is no exception. Justin runs his one-man-show called J. Webster Designs, and this self-taught fabricator has hit seemingly struck gold with just his fourth bike build.
Justin really stripped down and streamlined this 2004 Triumph Scrambler, making all the right mods and upgrades along the way to turn it into a head-turning street tracker. Of course, any proper custom job has to include some upgraded wheels. That’s where we come in.
We set Justin up with a set of 17″ black Excel rims laced to Talon hubs with stainless steel spokes. Now here’s where it gets interesting. The rear hub is Talon’s OE replacement hub, but the front is Talon’s hub for a KTM 990 Adventure! We gave both hubs a cobalt-colored Cerakote treatment for looks and durability. You might say the wheels really tie the bike together.
Check out the full article here on Bike EXIF. Photos from Sam Bendall/Bike EXIF