Archive for the ‘Triumph Cruisers’ Category

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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New Product: Low Profile Gel Seat for the America Speedmaster

January 11th, 2012 No comments

(Left – Low Profile Seat. Right – Stock Seat.)

Need more support when riding your Triumph America or Speedmaster? British Customs has developed a Low Profile Gel Seat with a lower saddle position that prevents sliding and a gel insert to provide additional support. Specially designed for your Triumph Motorcycle, the seat flows better with the design of your bike, and is smaller and thinner than your factory seat. (See photos above and below for comparison). Read the rest of this entry »

Customer Profile – New Zealand Edition: Speedmaster – David O.

January 4th, 2012 No comments

Thanks to David O. all the way from New Zealand for sending us these photos and video of the British Customs Cocktail Shakers installed on his Triumph Speedmaster.

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New! Curved Risers for your Triumph Speedmaster

November 8th, 2011 No comments

Check out the latest from British Customs for your Triumph Speedmaster! The new Speedmaster Curved Risers provide a more comfortable and secure riding position.

Stock risers on the Triumph Speedmaster can be uncomfortable, forcing you to constantly lean forward as you ride. The swept back design of the British Customs Curved Risers pushes the stock drag bar by approximately 1” back and ¼” lower. (See stock vs. British Customs Curved Risers image below.)

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The new British Customs Curved Risers feature ball milled decorative lines and a smooth radius all around. Designed specifically for your Speedmaster, the Curved Risers come in a show quality chrome finish and will match the lines of your Triumph.

As with all British Customs products, these Curved Risers for your Speedmaster are made from high quality material, a simple bolt on solution, and a direct replacement for your stock risers.

Customer Profile: Jarred B. – 2009 Speedmaster

November 1st, 2011 No comments

British Customs Speedmaster

Jarred B. from Long Beach, Calif. recently sent us this photo of his gorgeous 2009 Triumph Speedmaster. We can see that he has taken the time to upgrade both the look and performance of his Triumph. Jarred installed our Bomber Silencers, improving the performance of his bike while providing a retro look and sound. He cleaned up the tail end by using our Side Mount License Plate Holder to relocate his license plate to the side of the swing arm.

Replacing his stock wheel with a custom 21 inch spoke wheel gave his Speedmaster a much more aggressive look and improved riding stability. And amongst several other customization, Jarred has bobbed his rear fender, removed his front fender, and powder coated the front forks/front hub.

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Clamp-On Style Bar End Mirrors Are Possible

October 28th, 2011 No comments

British Customs Clamp-Ons

Don’t feel stuck with your stock rear view mirrors. British Customs has engineered the Triumph Motorcycle Bar End Mirror Adapter for your Bonneville, Thruxton, Scrambler, America or Speedmaster. Our clamp-on mirror adapter will work with Triumph clamp-on mirrors or any aftermarket mirrors that fit onto a 21.85mm surface. The British Customs Bar End Mirror Adapter replaces the factory bar end and opens you up to a wider selection of mirrors for your bike.

Installing Aftermarket Turn Signals Easily

October 21st, 2011 No comments

The British Customs Triumph America & Speedmaster Front Turn Signal Brackets are designed to make installation of aftermarket front turn signals quick and simple. Use aftermarket signals and our Front Turn Signal Brackets to clean up the front end of your Triumph by mounting the signals off the lower triple tree. Our brackets are of stainless steel construction with a show quality chrome finish, accommodating any turn signal with an 8 mm or smaller stalk. And like with most British Customs products, the Front Turn Signal Brackets are a simple bolt on installation with no modifications required.

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!

Headers bluing? Bike running hot? Popping during deceleration?

September 28th, 2011 No comments

Triumph Motorcycles British Customs Low-Profile Air Injection Removal Kit

Eliminating your air injection system helps improve the condition of your bike. It reduces the operating temperature, reduces the chance of your headers bluing, and decreases/eliminates popping during deceleration with aftermarket pipes. The British Customs Triumph Motorcycle Air Injection Removal Kit is an inexpensive upgrade that will make a big different on how your Triumph runs. This easy and simple fix is available to you for just $24.95-25.95. Click here for more details.

Cap Off Holes in Your Triumph’s Rear End

September 14th, 2011 No comments

British Customs Turn Signal Block-Offs

After relocating your turn signals, you may have noticed the unpleasant looking holes left behind in your Triumph’s rear end. British Customs has engineered Rear Turn Signal Block Offs that fit perfectly into the stock signals mounting location. Using our block offs will help create a finished look to your bike. These block offs are easy to install and remove, in case you ever want to return back to stock turn signals.