Triumph Modern Classics

Give your bike a “Cafe” Style makeover with the BC Cafe Racer Seat

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The British Customs Cafe Racer Seat is one of the fastest and easiest ways to completely change the look of your Triumph Modern Classic. Its timeless cafe hump not only streamlines your Triumph’s shape, but delivers lower lumbar support for riders running the ton. BC’s designers artfully moulded the seat-pan and cover to a rearward taper, exposing the Bonneville’s subframe and creating a an instant visual highlight. The cafe look will never go out of style and with the integration of patented gel technology, you won’t have it parked long enough to ever care. Installed with one of BC’s knurled thumb screw options, ...

British Customs Slammer Seat

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Shorter, lower, stripped down and raw, the British Customs Slammer Seat delivers instant attitude to your Triumph Modern Classic while maintaining two-up capabilities. The tuck-and-roll style cover maintains your Bonnie’s retro vibe while the exposed factory subframe and accentuated rear-end enhance Hinkley’s original intents. Available in Black, Brown or our exclusive Signature Series Brown Leather, the BC Slammer Seat features a vibration killing, medical-grade, gel insert and a slimmer shape to enhance positioning and rider comfort. Combined with our Retro Tail Light or one of BC’s Fender Eliminator Kits, that ...

Upgrading the seat on your Modern Classic has never been easier!

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Few items on your Triumph Modern Classic stand out like its seat. Your centre for comfort and control not only provides padding for the journey ahead, but softens the edges of your bike’s mechanical aesthetic. It should come as no surprise then, that changes made here affect more than your ability walk after a long day in the saddle. British Customs has designed a selection of seats for your Triumph Modern Classic that bolt on in seconds and will leave you hard pressed to figure out where you’d rather be: in the saddle grinning like a Cheshire Cat or giving it the twenty-yard stare, drooling with everyone else.   Check ...