Archive for the ‘Triumph Urban Sports’ Category

Customer Profile: 2012 Street Triple R

March 26th, 2012 No comments

Matthew S. from Colorado Springs, CO sent us this photo of his 2012 Street Triple R. He put in a lot of work into his bike including upgrading his exhaust, using a fender eliminator kit, seat cowl, fly screen, belly pan and rear hugger. We love it!

For a chance for your bike to be featured on British Customs, submit your bike here.

Customer Profile: 2006 Speed Four

March 19th, 2012 No comments

CJ Szpila from Tinton Falls, NJ sent us this great picture of his 2006 Triumph Speed Four. He’s made quite a few customizations including eliminating his fender and upgrading his exhaust and solo seat. We also love the British Customs bar end mirrors and the factory mirror block offs.

We don’t get a lot of submissions for urban sports bikes, so we’re happy to share this with everyone. For your chance to be featured on our site, submit your bike here.

Cover Up Your Mirror Mounting Holes

October 25th, 2011 No comments

If you’ve relocated your mirrors, you’ll see a very noticeable hole where the stock mirrors were mounted. A simple solution to keeping your bike looking clean and sleek is to use the British Customs Screw In Mirror Hole Caps. Each cap has a domed design to match the contours of the stock mounting location. Unlike other caps, our Screw In Mirror Hole Caps are manufactured from 6061 aluminum and anodized black for superior weather resistance.

Fat Bar Risers for Your Triumph Street Triple

October 17th, 2011 No comments

If you’re looking to switch out the stock risers and handlebars on your Triumph Street Triple, do it with ease with the British Customs Fat Bar Risers. These Fat Bar Risers make the switch quick and easy while providing you a high quality, durable product. This bolt on installation is one of the quickest ways to clean up the front end of your Street Triple.

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!

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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GP Exhaust Mounting Finisher for Your Speed Triple

September 21st, 2011 1 comment

Recently, our posts have had a lot to do with how your bike looks, and this post is no different. As you may have figured out, making some alterations to your bike can leave unsightly consequences. Using aftermarket parts on Triumphs often leaves visible stock mounting holes. If you’ve upgraded to a GP-style exhaust on your Triumph Speed Triple, for example, you’ll have noticed this immediately. This is why British Customs has designed the GP Exhaust Mounting Finisher.

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Triumph Recalls Sprint GT, Tiger 800, Tiger 800XC

August 12th, 2011 No comments

Triumph has announced that it is recalling certain model 2011-2012 Sprint GT, Tiger 800 and Tiger 800XC motorcycles due to a top box problem. Only 134 motorcycles have been affected.

The top box locking handle is missing a clip on the locking system for bikes manufactured from June 2010 through 2011. The top box may detach from the bike, increasing the chances of a crash.

Triumph Dealers will install a new fitment clip. Owners may contact the Triumph customer service department at 678-539-8782 for more details and to find out if their bike is affected. If you own any of these bikes, contact your local Triumph dealer immediately

Triumph has further announced that the problem part has been redesigned and tested to prevent problems on future models.

New 2012 Triumph Daytona 675?

August 3rd, 2011 No comments

Have we spotted the new 2012 model of the Triumph Daytona 675??? MCN recently reported that they have images of what looks like the new Daytona 675 being tested on roads near Triumph’s Hinckley factory.

Check out the pictures and story for yourself on the MCN website.

We’re on the fence about this one, but it could be the real deal. What do you think?

Attention: Southern California Urban Sports Riders

December 10th, 2010 6 comments


Attention to all Southern California Urban Sport Triumph Riders, Slider Pucks needs your bike! Currently Slider Pucks is offering 50% off through British Customs for the use of a 2010 Triumph Daytona 675 & 2010 Triumph Street Triple 675. We are currently working with Slider Pucks to develop installation instructions for the Slider Puck Double Mount Frame Sliders. We would like to have your bike for a period of 24-48 hours for instructions to be completed. Our incentive to you is 50% off the Slider Pucks Double Mount Frame Sliders installed on your motorcycle with no charge for labor. Please contact us for more information if you are interested.