Not exactly easy going  from blogging about a cheese grater (the previous post) to a monster machine like this one, called the Hellfire : ). So let’s just go on an focus on the bike, forgetting about cheese graters for a second. The Hellfire was built by the German Triumph dealer Motorcorner starting from a  Triumph’s Street Triple 675 known to be a light (167kg), powerful (107hp) and super fast (141mph, or 225kph) beast.

The project of about $17,300 makes the Hellfire to be not exactly cheap—but it sure looks like a lot of fun, and if the following images are not turning you on, check out this video!! Promise, is not a cheese grater commercial!

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Not exactly easy going  from blogging about a cheese grater (the previous post) to a monster machine like this one, called the Hellfire :). So let’s just go on an focus on the bike, forgetting about cheese graters for a second. The Hellfire was built by the German Triumph dealer Motorcorner starting from a  Triumph’s Street Triple 675 known to be a light (167kg), powerful (107hp) and super fast (141mph, or 225kph) beast.

The project of about $17,300 makes the Hellfire to be not exactly cheap—but it sure looks like a lot of fun, and if the following images are not turning you on, check out this video!! Promise, is not a cheese grater commercial!

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