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Customer Profile: 2001 Bonneville

April 8th, 2012 1 comment

James Sherrod of San Antonio, TX sent us these photos of his fantastic 2001 Triumph Bonneville. This hugger orange and jet black “barnfind” paint job is definitely one of a kind, and as James told us, “It grabs your attention and pulls you in.” Only certain bikes have the lines and heritage to pull off this type of paint job and Triumph definitely is one of those and more. Read the rest of this entry »

Customer Profile: 2009 Bonneville T100

April 6th, 2012 No comments

Check out this 2009 Triumph Bonneville T100 belonging to Jim Horner in Bandon, SD. We know Jim pretty well now, and we’re glad he sent us these photos of his finished bike. Jim bought this bike after it was in a front end collision. There was no headlight, no gauges, ruined tank, plus a multitude of other things that were missing or ruined. We’re amazed at what Jim was able to do!

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For Sale: 2007 Triumph Bonneville

April 4th, 2012 2 comments

Our friend David Rhinehart has built a great custom 2007 Triumph Bonneville and it’s available for sale! The title is clear and it is NOT a salvage or rebuilt title.

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Categories: Bikes for Sale

PayPal Down on 4/19

April 3rd, 2012 No comments

PayPal will be upgrading their data center on April 19, 2012 from 10:00 pm PDT to 11:00 pm PDT. PayPal may go down as early as 9:00 pm PDT. We will be unable to take PayPal payments during this short period. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Customer Profile: 2010 Speedmaster

April 2nd, 2012 No comments

Mike Delfino is one of our biggest fans. He sent us these photos of his 2010 Triumph Speedmaster. He’s put a lot of work into his bike, and it looks really great. But we know Mike, and we know he’s not finished quite yet. Mike said to us, “Thanks BC for helping me get to this point.”  We’re always glad to help and we love what you did with your bike.

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Customer Profile: 2011 Bonneville SE

March 30th, 2012 No comments

Aiden T. from somewhere in California sent us these great photos of his 2011 Triumph Bonneville SE. He’s a big fan of BC and we’re a big fan of him. To clean up the tail end of his Bonnie, Aiden used the British Customs Cat Fender Eliminator Kit, a completely bolt on solution part designed to create a cleaner and more custom look to the tail end of your bike. He coupled this upgrade with bullet brushed turn signals. Additionally Aiden installed the Sixty8 Series Seat, Seat Cowl, M-Bar and bar end mirrors to complete his desired look. Read the rest of this entry »

Customer Profile: 2006 Scrambler

March 28th, 2012 No comments

You can’t see all the details, but we still love this photo from Jonathan K. from Glassboro, NJ, of his 2006 Triumph Scrambler at sunset. Some riders only look for a few customizations, and for Jonathan, simpler was better. For easier access under the seat, Jonathan installed the British Customs Quick Release Seat Screws. He also installed the Scrambler 900 Center Stand, Clubman handlebars and folding bar end mirrors. Thanks for this beautiful picture!

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Customer Profile: 2012 Street Triple R

March 26th, 2012 No comments

Matthew S. from Colorado Springs, CO sent us this photo of his 2012 Street Triple R. He put in a lot of work into his bike including upgrading his exhaust, using a fender eliminator kit, seat cowl, fly screen, belly pan and rear hugger. We love it!

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Customer Profile: 2007 Bonneville

March 24th, 2012 No comments

Photos of this 2007 Triumph Bonneville were sent us by Joseph Lowther from Pawcatuck, CT. He’s a big fan of British Customs and has put in a lot of work to get his bike just the way he wanted it. Read the rest of this entry »

Customer Profile: France Edition: Thruxton

March 21st, 2012 No comments

Thomas Pellegrin sent us all these pictures (and video) of his Triumph Thruxton all the way from France. He put in a lot of work onto his bike including upgrading his exhaust, installing larger wheels to handle more performance, relocating the rectifier, installing custom front turn signals and he inverted the original Tacho support to create a more fluid line. Read the rest of this entry »