We’re getting a lot of good submissions on our Bike of the Month Contest. We can’t believe how far these Triumphs have traveled! We want to see more! You have one week left (until Sept. 15th) to submit your bike for a chance to win $100 from British Customs. Click here for more details.
A couple of months ago, we posted a blog about the Cafe Racer Magazine feature of their Wreck to Winner project, a 2005 Triumph T-100 Bonneville with 20,000 miles! British Customs was able to provide a few key parts to help make the build a success! In the Aug/Sept issue of Cafe Racer, the team matched their Wreck to Winner Bonneville up against a Moto Guzzi V7. Read the full article below to see how the Bonneville did against the competition. Read the rest of this entry »
We just wanted to wish everyone a happy Labor Day weekend. We hope you’re able to take your Triumphs on a nice ride. Be safe and have fun! We’re closed on Monday but we’ll be back on Tuesday!
Don’t forget to take pictures wherever you may go. Our Bike of the Month contest is currently taking submissions! Enter for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate from British Customs.
So, what are your plans for this Labor Day weekend? Where are you taking your Triumphs?
Just a quick reminder to everyone that the British Customs Bike of the Month Contest starts tomorrow. Submit photos of your bike from Sept. 1st through Sept. 15th for your chance to win a $100 gift certificate from British Customs. Read the rest of this entry »
This coming October, British Customs will be featured in three episodes of Cafe Racer TV, airing on
HD Theater/Velocity by Discovery. We wanted to give you a sneak peak on what we worked on with them.
Check out how we took a stock Triumph Thruxton, stripped it down:
And turned it into this:
Stay tuned for more info on this bike build and see how simple it is to customize your own bike with British Customs. Watch full episodes in October and see the Boz Bros, Eric and Ben Bostrom, give their reviews of our Cafe Racer custom bike.
Have you picked up the latest issue of Cafe Racer Magazine? British Customs is featured in a two-page spread in the Aug/Sept issue. Check out the scans below to read the full article andĀ learn a little bit more about British Customs.
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We hope you’ve been taking a lot of good pictures on your rides, vacations and trips because we warned you that our next Bike of the Month Contest would be travel themed. Starting Sept. 1st, you’ll be able to submit your bike photos for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate from British Customs.
Although it would be great to seeĀ bikes at the Great Wall of China, Statue of Liberty or the Colosseum, photos just need to have your Triumph with any kind of famous landmark or tourist spot. If you don’t have any good recent pictures, please feel free to submit older pictures from previous trips.
We know our customers can get creative with their custom bikes, let’s see how creative you guys can get with these photos and this contest. Check out the photo idea above.
For more details on the contest, please visit this page.
Photo courtesy of Frank Robyn-Fuhrmeister.
British Customs will be closed tomorrow, Aug. 19, 2011, for inventory. We will not be able to receive any phone calls or ship any orders. If you need to contact us, please use our contact form and we will be in touch next week. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. Thank you for your patience.
We are happy to announce the official launch of the British Customs E-Newsletter, BC Rider. If you’re already subscribed, you should have received it in your inbox yesterday. For anyone interested in joining BC Rider for exclusive specials, new product news, tech tips, exclusive features and more, visit our home page and enter your email in the subscription area on the right side of the page.
In case you missed it, you can check out the first issue on the web here!
We hope that everyone in the LA area was able to come out to the Lossa Engineering open house this past Sunday. We had a great time hanging out with Jay LaRossa, Eric Bostrom, KROQ, and all the bike enthusiasts. For everyone that wasn’t able to make it to the event, check out what you missed below.
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