Injustice Customs is a small Stockholm-based company designing and producing custom motorcycles. This neat and tidy Scrambler build is a reflection of Stockholm city life.
“My inspiration for this project was to reflect the urban lifestyle of Stockholm,” Injustice’s founder, Anton Knutsson, explains. “Urban big-city kid from Monday to Friday meets adrenaline-seeking outdoor addict during the weekends with woods and nature just around the corner.”
Anton’s passion for all things two-wheeled started from a young age: “I grew up around motorcycles. My father was a European motocross champion, so bikes were everywhere. I rode too, but I had a bad accident in 2008 where I broke my hip and both arms. It stopped me racing but not riding.”
Injustice Customs has quickly piqued the interest of the local community. “I love to ride, but I actually prefer the process of building a motorcycle,” Anton admits. “I started professionally only last year, but it’s really taken off. Stockholm isn’t a big city, so word gets around fast.”
The Triumph Scrambler is often used as a blank canvas for customisers and Anton agrees: “The bike is a great base for custom projects. It has a classic look, is modern, reliable and isn’t overly complicated.”
Anton’s city scrambler with fresh tank paint job and blacked-out parts looks tastefully understated.
New parts include a tidy Motogadget Speedometer, JVB front and rear fender, seat and headlights, Renthal handlebar and mounts, and SC-Project exhaust. The small speedo and skinny 2-1 exhaust make for a neat, compact finish.
Put this all together on a pair of TK8 Continentals and you’ve got an off-road-ready Scrambler with beefy performance and sharp looks.
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