British Customs adds an installation guide for their Triumph Street Twin Footpegs and Clevises to their authoritative Resource Center’s archive of installation instructions and how to guides.
LOS ANGELES, CA
JULY 20, 2016
Stock motorcycle footpegs are designed with the average rider doing average riding in mind. For riders who want more out of their ride or improved ergonomics, they have to upgrade their footpegs in order to maintain control over their motorcycle in various conditions. Purchasing a new set of footpegs is easy. Figuring out how to install them, however, isn’t always the case.
To support riders who want to learn how to work on their motorcycles without having to follow questionable guides created by non-professionals, Triumph Motorcycles veterans British Customs have added an installation guide for their footpegs and clevises to their growing authoritative Resource Center.
British Customs offers a range of retro-inspired footpegs with dramatically improved ergonomics over stock footpegs for Triumph motorcycles, including solid and vented off-road footpegs, authentic Bates footpegs, and road racing footpegs. In order to properly and securely install these footpegs, British Customs developed clevises that allow for the footpegs to be positioned to fit any rider’s ergonomic needs and still be installed to the stock location. Together, the footpegs allow for a vast range of customization options that can be tailored to perfectly fit any rider’s preference with the adjustable clevises.
Upgrading a Triumph Street Twin by installing British Customs footpegs and clevises is now easier than ever with the complete installation guide on the British Customs Resource Center. The British Customs footpegs and clevises are designed to bolt on to factory specifications to allow for ease of installation, and can be installed with only common tools.
The British Customs Resource Center is a hub for installation instructions, how to guides, and more for Triumph motorcycles including the Bonneville T100, Thruxton, Scrambler, Bonneville T120, Street Twin, Thruxton R, America, Speedmaster, and many more. The growing archive of authoritative materials contains easy-to-follow, step-by-step guides that show Triumph owners how to work on, customize, and install parts on their motorcycles from exhaust systems to seats. There is something in the Resource Center for riders of all experience levels, from beginners to professionals.
The vision behind every British Customs product reflects British Customs’ design principles: quality, heritage, and fitment. Each part is made from quality materials (some of the parts even required that new materials be developed in order for the parts to meet British Customs’ high standards of quality), and was designed to be bolt-on to factory specifications. The aesthetic cues behind each part reflect British Customs’ deep respect for the rich history and heritage of motorcycling, as each part pays clear homage to the Triumphs of the 60s and 70s.
Just because the new line of motorcycles from Triumph is new doesn’t mean that they can’t have vintage looks. With British Customs’ parts, the new Street Twin can be personalized into a variety of retro styles. The most striking Street Twin build that British Customs has released is a BC Scrambler Edition Street Twin with wrap-around high header tracker exhaust, a Slammer Seat, Mule Tracker Handlebars, Retro Turn Signals, and a number of other bolt-on upgrades that make it look like a full custom build.
New guides are added to the British Customs Resource Center by the day as new products are added or questions are posed by customers. Have a question about how to do something on a Triumph motorcycle? Get in contact with British Customs via their website to help support the Triumph rider community and build out the British Customs Resource Center.
About British Customs:
British Customs is a Southern California-based lifestyle brand and designer of aftermarket motorcycle parts. They are known for making the highest quality factory-spec bolt-on parts that only require common tools and minimal technical knowledge to install. With any of their parts upgrades, the average rider can completely customize his or her motorcycle in a weekend.