Iron Moto Challenge: Meet Your Builders

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With free reign on paint, prep and performance modifications, build teams are working their knuckles to the bone to prep their unique, customized Triumphs for the Iron Moto Challenge. Each of the four Chicago area Triumph dealer’s has been given a truncated timetable and a random bike assignment: One month and one bike; a Bonneville, a Thruxton or a Speedmaster. Each team will also have access to a pre-determined selection of British Customs bolt-on parts to create their own unique Iron Moto entry. With such an incredible collection of talent, creativity and passion, the motorcycle community at this year’s Motoblot ...

Iron Moto Challenge $4500 Fan Prize Package

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Presented by Triumph, British Customs, ICON 1000 and Raen Gardena, Calif. - June 6, 2014 - The Triumph X British Customs Iron Moto Challenge at Motoblot 2014 is just a week away, and as competitors prepare to throw down on the streets of Chicago, fans are invited to register to join in the action. In addition to voting on the Iron Moto Challenge builds on June 13th, all who register to vote will be entered into a drawing for a prize package provided by British Customs, ICON 1000 and Raen Optics. The Iron Moto Challenge $4500 Fan Prize Package includes: $1500 Trip to Cabo provided by Raen $1500 British ...

Thruxton Cup Heads to Road America | June 7-8

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The Thruxton Cup Series continues its journey around the country this weekend, stopping at one of the most storied and revered tracks in the United States. The fifth stop on the Thruxton Cup tour takes competitors to the legendary Road America in Elkhart Lake, WI for the ninth and tenth races of the season. Jerrett Martin, our 2013 Thruxton Cup Champion, started off the season with a bang, winning the first three races and finishing on the podium in several others. By the time the circuit had rolled into Willow Springs in California, however, Motorcyclist Magazine’s Zack Courts joined the fray and immediately ...