Triumph Street Twin 2016

BC601-012 | Installation Instructions for Triumph Street Twin Fork Brace
Jun 30, 2016

Fork braces improve handling in a way you never thought possible. By tightening up the front end, you'll feel a lot more confident going into corners regardless of what kind of riding you do. Installation is easy, and allow for gaiters to be used to further personalize your forks....

How to Remove Triumph Street Twin Triple Clamp
Jun 30, 2016

Removing the triple clamp from your Triumph Street Twin is a necessary step to doing a number of front end upgrades besides swapping out your triple clamp, including installing BC Four Bolt Risers, Headlight Ears, an Integrated Headlight, and many others. It may seem intimidating at first, but if......

Installation Instructions for Screw-In Mirror Hole Caps
Jul 1, 2016

Opting for bar end mirrors instantly gives any bike a strong sense of character. But the holes left in the controls do not. Cleaning up your control cluster with a pair of screw-in mirror hole caps is quick and easy, and will get your bike back to looking how you want it in no time....

How to Remove Triumph Street Twin Rear Wheel
Jul 1, 2016

Knowing how to remove your own rear wheel will save you a lot of money whenever you need to get a new rear tire or sprocket and chain. It isn't difficult to do, nor does it take much time, but make sure you have a torque wrench for when you reinstall everything!...

How to Remove Triumph Street Twin Rear Sprocket
Jul 1, 2016

Removing the rear sprocket on your Triumph Street Twin isn't nearly as scary as it sounds. It's great to know how to do if you want to save some money when looking to upgrade to a BC rear sprocket or are redoing your bike's driveline with a complete weekend project. Total time is only about 20 mi......

How to Remove Triumph Street Twin Rear Fender
Jul 1, 2016

You'll have to remove your rear fender to do a number of upgrades to your tail section, whether you're installing a fender eliminator kit, relocating your turn signals, or swapping out taillights. Thankfully it isn't hard, and can be done in just a few minutes with the following guide. ...

BC304-012-B + BC304-(004/007)-B | Installation Instructions for Triumph Street Twin Passenger Footpegs and Clevises
Jul 1, 2016

Upgrading your passenger pegs and fitting them with an adjustable clevis will make your passenger eternally grateful for making their riding position actually comfortable. Not to mention you will streamline your bike's look if you get a set of passenger pegs that match your driver foot pegs. Inst......

BC304-011-B + BC304-(004/007)-B | Installation Instructions for Triumph Street Twin Rider Footpegs and Clevises
Jul 1, 2016

Upgrading your footpegs to something more suited to your riding style and aesthetic preferences will make a world of difference. With the British Customs Driver Clevises, you can position your foot pegs just where you like them. They don't take long to install either, and can be done with basic t......

BC201-012-(B/SS-P) | Installation Instructions for Triumph Street Twin Shock Hardware Dress Up Kit
Jul 1, 2016

Cleaning up the little things makes a big difference on any bike. The British Customs Shock Hardware Dress Up Kit will make some subtle differences to the tail section of your Triumph Street Twin that will make the whole bike look much more polished. Installation is quick and easy, and requires o......

BC206-004 | Installation Instructions for Triumph Street Twin Shock Mount License Plate
Jul 1, 2016

Relocating your license plate is one of those small upgrades that just makes a custom build cool. The Shock Mount License Plate helps you streamline your tail section by eliminating bulk, and will give any build a truly personal touch. Total installation is around 20 minutes, and is easy peasy....