Triumph Bonneville T100 Motoscope Mini Riser Triple Clamp

$806.97 USD

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Billet Aluminum Top Tree for your fork conversion. Clean up your front end with this quality CNC machined Top Tree. Integrated MotoGadget gauge and Motosign mini clamp and riser. 

The motoscope mini is an extremely small and lightweight multi functional instrument featuring an innovative display technology. All readings can be shown in a horizontal or vertical mode. The illumination intensity is adapted automatically. Compatible to almost all original speedometer sensors (3 wire and dry reed contact). Alternatively, an extra speedometer sensor is always contained in the scope of supply. Calibration of the speedometer is possible using an internal Teach Function.

Length 59 mm / Width 21.5 mm / Height 13 mm

Weight with cable approx. 32 gr.

Functions: Rev counter up to 20 k rpm shown as LED band or numerically, speed indication in km/h or miles, total odometer (adjustable), trip odometer, trip time, engine rev limiter warning.

 2011+ Triumphs require  M-TRI

Once the original instrument is disconnected, the built-in CAN bus of these models instantly became inoperative. No mods are possible without the M-TRI.


  • Made from 6061-T6 Aircraft grade aluminum.
  • Cognito Moto Design
  • For Bonneville's 1" Bars.
  • Black Anodized finish
  • Fits 2001-2015 Bonneville
    • With 2009-2015 with Mag Wheels Version also available. 
  • 2008-2015 can use the m-Tri for easier install. 


      Customer Reviews

      Based on 1 review
      Brilliant piece of engineering.

      I purchased this for a 2005 Triumph Bonneville that I am turning into a stripped down street scrambler style bike. Having look at a few options, I spoke with Alan and asked about getting taller risers made and then made the order. There was an initial issue with the clamp bolts and the color of the anodizing on the risers I received, but the team at Cognito put it right and got new parts out to me quickly. The beauty of this set up is having the awesome Motogadget "jewelry" neatly installed without having to buy extra add ons. I and an engineer friend made a couple of modifications and drilled holes through one of the risers and the triple mount to run hidden wiring and the result was an ultra clean bike "cockpit" as you can see in the photo (excuse the dust, bike is still a build in progress) YouTube video placeholder