Customer Profile: 2012 Bonneville T-100 – Marc D.
Check out this beautiful Triumph Motorcycle from Marc D. in Burbank, Calif. We’ve got a big fan in Marc, nearly all his parts come from British Customs, the other parts are custom parts homemade in his own garage.Here’s what Marc had to say about British Customs:
Ninety percent of my parts are BC. The other 10 percent, I made, and the seat I had upholstered. There is no better company to work with than BC. Jason and Sean know their sh*t and are there for you if you have any questions. Class act people, class act company.
Taking a closer look at his bike, we can see he put his focus on the styling, and we have to say, it looks real good. Marc used the British Customs Rear Turn Signal Relocation Brackets and the BC Turn Signal Harness to remove the bulky stock turn signals and upgrade to square turn signals. The BC Rear Turn Signal Relocation Brackets allowed Marc to relocate turn signals to the upper stock mounting pivot point, and the BC Turn Signal Harness allowed him to upgrade his turn signals without any splicing or wiring needed. He finished off the tail end of his Triumph by installing a Lucas Style Tail Light with a chrome finish.
To give a more vintage look to his Bonneville, Marc installed the British Customs Mock Monza Gas Cap. Continuing with the retro theme, he additionally installed a chrome cam cover, chain guard, and oil filler cap. For more convenience and better accessibility, Marc installed the BC Quick Release Screws and the BC Quick Release Side Cover Screws, which allow him to access under seat storage, and the ability to remove his seat and side covers with ease.
For the front of his bike, Marc enhanced the styling of his bike with a chrome headlight visor. To further enhance the cafe racer style he desired, Mark installed British Customs Oval Mirrors, and a Clubman handlebar. Finally, Hagon Classic Shocks provide upgraded stability with a shock bolt dress up kit to finish off the look of his bike.