Archive for the ‘Triumph Cruisers’ Category

Customer Profile: Brin Morris – 2002 Triumph Bonneville America

August 18th, 2011 2 comments

Brin Morris of Venice, CA recently sent us details on his customized 2002 Triumph Bonneville America.With the help of British Customs, Ade Packett Motorcycle Repairs and the Bonneville America forums, Brin was able to achieve the look and performance he always wanted for his Triumph. His goal was to strip it down and keep that classic/retro look without sacrificing performance and comfort. Some modifications include air box removal, low profile rear turn signals, battery relocation, removal of passenger foot peg plates, and powder coated wheels.

For more details and more photos of Brin’s Triumph Bonneville America, click here.

Categories: Triumph Cruisers

Looking for a Triumph Thunderbird 1600

January 11th, 2011 No comments

Attention Southern California Triumph riders, British Customs would like to develop a new exhaust for the Triumph Thunderbird 1600 and we need your help! We would like to use your motorcycle for a period of two weeks to develop and test a shorty slip on exhaust for the Thunderbird 1600. Once the production phase is complete, the selected motorcycle will receive a free set of the completed exhaust as a “thank you” for volunteering to help us out!  If interested please contact us toll free at (877) 999-BRIT


One of a Kind!

December 14th, 2010 No comments

We would like a recognize a customer that has gone to the limits of forming his motorcycle into a one of a kind machine. Tom Mountjoy, owner of a 2005 Triumph America has a endless list of modifications done to his sleek machine. Tom purchased his bike and soon discovered he was looking at a bone stock motorcycle in need of a makeover. Tom transformed the motorcycle into his dream machine with the help of British Customs products and custom modifications. If you like a lot of chrome; this bike is the ticket, as almost every major drive train component has been plated to a showroom finish. This motorcycle is now available for sale and is located in Southern California. For more details and pricing, contact Tom Mountjoy direct at 310-809-8809.


Coming Soon! The Triumph Motorcycle Magnetic Parcel Grid!

December 10th, 2010 9 comments

Coming Soon! The Triumph Motorcycle Magnetic Parcel Grid that will be available for purchase early 2011 for all riders seeking the vintage look. This rack utilizes military grade magnets that provide a holding capacity of 9 pounds per magnet. Swivel feet allow the Parcel grid to fit Carbureted and Fuel Injected Modern Classics and the America Speedmaster. Each foot is fitted with rubber feet to protect the tank from damage. We are currently still testing fitment on other applications. Stay tuned for more info about this product.


“Beach Boy” Triumph

December 1st, 2010 No comments

Influenced by the Original Schwinn Beach Cruiser, British Customs has built something special out of a Triumph Speedmaster.  This bike has turned heads up and down Hwy 1, otherwise known as the Pacific Coast Highway in Southern California.  The “Beach Boy” build was our way of appreciating the old fashion surf style of the 60′s.



Performance Upgrades:



  • British Customs Beach Bar Kit
  • Custom Brake Lines
  • Custom Throttle Lines





  • “Gloss Black” Powder Coated Forks
  • “Gloss Black” Powder Coated Front Wheel
  • “Gloss Black” Powder Coated Rear Wheel
  • “Gloss Black” Powder Coated Head Light Bucket
  • “Ceramic Coated” Headers
  • “Ceramic Coated” Bomber Exhaust

More Torque. More Horsepower. Big Savings.

November 30th, 2010 No comments

We at British Customs have combined a performance package that is reliable, effective, and saves you more than a dime. This package is a bolt on performance upgrade that increases horsepower and torque throughout the RPM range. Included in this package is the British Customs Cocktail Shaker Exhaust, British Customs Air Box Elimination Kit, and British Customs Low Profile Air Injection Removal Kit.


The Black & Blue Speedmaster

November 26th, 2010 1 comment

From the very beginning the idea was to make a bobber that had character and personality throughout. The bobber concept stayed in tact but we added our own quality styling with British Customs products and ingenuity. The result was a modern bobber with the attitude of a bar hopping rigid. The list is endless from a 21″ powder coated front end to British Customs performance parts featuring a fat tire covered by a custom bobbed fender. This is a overall motorcycle that is a new favorite among us at British Customs that we are proud to call our own.


Performance Upgrades:





  • Custom Solo Seat (Coming Soon)



  • Powder Coated Front Forks
  • Powder Coated Upper Triple Tree
  • Powder Coated Lower Triple Tree
  • Powder Coated Front Brake Rotor
  • Powder Coated Rear Brake Rotor

Hot Rod Your Triumph Cruiser!

November 26th, 2010 4 comments

We at British Customs have used the combination of this 1 1/4″ radius drag bar with the use of custom length control cables on multiple build projects. This handlebar offers the option of hiding your electrical wiring internally while increasing the diameter 1/4″ compared to stock. The results produced a more comfortable riding position, hot rod styling, and overall custom look.


A Piece of Racing History.

November 24th, 2010 No comments

The “Monza” designed gas cap has a long racing history.  This popular design was introduced on many European sport- cars and was adapted to British Motorbikes in the 1950′s.  British-Customs wanted to continue the racing heritage by developing this “Mock Monza” Gas Cap.  This cap is a jewel compared to the boring stock cap.  The “Mock Monza” will install in minutes and maintains stock spin-on/spin-off operation.


Tuneboy Release For New Thunderbird Models!

November 10th, 2010 No comments

Finally it has arrived! The new revamped TuneEdit with an exciting new feature.

The maps for the Thunderbird 1600 & 1700 have a new option that allows three different fuel and ignition trim maps to be stored in the flash memory.

Tuneboy suggests that Trim map 1 is used for best power, Trim map 2 for economy and Trim map 3 as a reduced power wet-riding map.

Follow this link to download the Thunderbird maps and compatible TuneEditor and TuneBoy Trim -

Click here for more information about Tuneboy Engine Management Systems.

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