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Cafe Racer TV Tonight!

October 13th, 2011 No comments

Tune in to watch the Cafe Racer tonight, Oct. 13, 2011 at 8 pm EST on Velocity.

Tune in tonight to catch the first episode of Cafe Racer TV  featuring British Customs, and see how we started customizing a 2011 Triumph Thruxton.

British Customs began with a vision to manufacture quality bolt-on parts that even a novice rider could install and use. In this weeks episode of Cafe Racer, British Customs began with a 2011 Triumph Thruxton and focused on improving overall performance and look, using British Customs bolt-on parts including British Customs all NEW 2-into-1 Left Exit Exhaust, as well as a specialized paint job by Chris Morrison, tires by Continental using British Customs Wide Tire Kit,  Hagon Nitros Shocks, and  LSL Clip-Ons.

Bike Specifications: 2011 Triumph Thruxton

Frame: Stock
Engine: Stock
Carburetion or FI System: EFI
Rear Swing Arm: Stock
Rear Wheel (Size): 17”
Front Wheel (Size): 18”
Rear Shock(s): Hagon Nitros
Clip-Ons or Bars: LSL Clip-ons w/ British Customs Triple Tree
Seat: Stock
Tank: Stock
Rear Sets: Stock
Tires (Sizes): 130/70-18 Front, 170/55-17 Rear (British Customs Wide Tire Kit)
Exhaust: British Customs 2-into-1
Paint: White Pearl w/ Gold Hue and Silver Accent Striping

Cafe Racer TV airs on HD Theater/Velocity by Discovery. Check your local listings for more details.

Customer Profile: Suzanne Renz – 2009 Triumph Thruxton

October 12th, 2011 No comments

Check out this custom 2009 Triumph Thruxton that Suzanne R. from Portsmouth, VA sent us. She really made this bike her own. Some custom upgrades include the British Customs Quick Release Seat Screws, BC Countershaft  Sprocket, the low profile BC Flush Mount Gas Cap, CRG Bar End Mirrors, and powder coated Hagon Shocks. Plus, we love the custom paint job by Igor!

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Sleek New Rear End for your Triumph Motorcycle

October 10th, 2011 No comments

Cleaning up the rear end of your Triumph can be very quick and easy with the British Customs Side Mount License Plate Holder. This Side Mount License Plate Holder allows you to relocate your license plate off the side of your swing arm, giving your bike a much sleeker and cleaner look. This license plate holder is available as a curved plate (shown above) or a flat plate. Change the outlook of your bike with this simple modification!

Cafe Racer TV Tonight!

October 5th, 2011 No comments

Just a quick reminder to everyone that British Customs will be featured on three episodes of Cafe Racer TV on HD Theater/Velocity by Discovery. First episode airs tonight, Oct. 5, 2011 at 9 pm EST! Watch and learn how we used British Customs bolt-on parts to simplify and streamline the customization of a stock Triumph Thruxton. Don’t forget to keep watching the show, British Customs will be featured on two more episodes, Oct. 12th and Oct. 19th respectively. Check your local listings for more details.

Mirror Block-Offs for Your Daytona 675

October 3rd, 2011 No comments

Triumph Daytona 675 British Customs Mirror Block-Offs

Everyone imagines their bike to look a specific way, their own way. If you own a Triumph Daytona 675, you may envision your bike without mirrors. After removing your mirrors, you’ll be left with unsightly holes in your controls. British Customs has engineered Mirror Block Offs for your Daytona 675 that fit smoothly into those holes.

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Last Day to Vote for Bike of the Month

September 30th, 2011 No comments

Today is the last day for voting in our Bike of the Month Contest, so don’t forget to get your vote in or if you’ve entered the contest make sure to remind your friends and family to vote for your bike! So many great photos with great custom Triumph Motorcycles have been submitted. Thanks for sharing all your photos with us. Winner will be announced tomorrow, and check back soon to our blog to get details on the winner and his/her bike!

Cafe Racer TV Sneak Peek: Part 3

September 25th, 2011 1 comment

In our last post before the airing of our first episode on Cafe Racer TV, we wanted to share a preview of how our custom Triumph Thruxton Motorcycle did on road tests against a stock bike.

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Bike of the Month Contest: Last Week To Vote

September 23rd, 2011 No comments

Get your voice heard and help out your friends win a $100 British Customs gift certificate! Or if you’re one of the many that have entered the contest, don’t forget to send links to your friends and family and have them vote for your Triumph. There’s only one week left for voting. Good luck to everyone! Click here for details.

Cafe Racer TV Sneak Peek: Part 2

September 17th, 2011 No comments

A few weeks ago, we gave you a preview of what we did to a Triumph Thruxton Motorcycle for Cafe Racer TV. Today we’re going to share with you some of the work and customizations we made to this bike. Check out how easy it is to customize this stock bike using our bolt-on parts.

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Last Day to Submit for Bike of the Month, Voting Starts Tomorrow

September 15th, 2011 No comments

It’s your last chance to submit your bike for our latest Bike of the Month contest. Competition is tough, but you don’t want to pass up your chance of winning a $100 gift certificate from British Customs. Everyone has a chance of winning. Get your traveling Triumph photo submitted today because voting starts tomorrow!