Windy City Triumph’s Bonneville “Simple Green”

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The world of custom bike building can be a very slippery slope. It doesn’t take long for those bar-end mirrors to lead to budget-busting touches like paint, wheels and some extensive motor work. Ken Rudoy and the Windy City Triumph team decided to showcase how careful costing and attention to detail can create an affordable custom that oozes creativity and cool. Their entry for the Iron Moto Challenge, dubbed Simple Green, is an example of just how far the average rider, with patience and (admittedly exquisite) talent, can go to creating a personal project on a without blowing the bank.   In lieu of ...

Iron Moto Challenge: 5 Hours, 4 Bikes. One Winner

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If you weren't one of the lucky riders out there to make it to the Windy City for Motoblot this last weekend, you missed out on some incredible action. Custom motorcycles, live performances and, of course, The Iron Moto Challenge. Each individual that registers and casts their vote will be entered to win a $4,500 travel and motorcycle prize package, register now at Iron Moto Challenge.  ...

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 ...