Top 10 Motorcycle Cruisers Under $10k While custom cruisers can top six-figures to get into..
Triumph America and Speedmaster Mustang Seats In a case of New England craftsmanship meeting a..
2014 Triumph Motorcycles X British Customs Iron Moto Challenge Motoworks Chicago’s “Calle Maton” build, a..
Triumph America & Speedmaster Low-Profile Solo Seat British Customs gives Triumph America and Speedmaster riders..
British Customs Motorcycles on Display at IMS British Customs is honored to be included in..
Whenever I see riders in tennis shoes, I wince. Even on a bike with floorboards and heel-toe shifting, I like to wear substantial footwear. On a sport bike, that means something from Sidi, usually. But, on a cruiser, I want less flash and more attitude. The Red Wing 968 boots is a boot that relies on understated toughness to get its point across.
I’ve got to hand it to Triumph—the British company loves to do things differently. They offer us triple-cylinder sport bikes in unlikely displacement categories (1050 and 675), they have a longitudinally mounted three-cylinder cruiser and tourer with a displacement measured in cubic liters (2.3), rather than centimeters, and they do retro quite convincingly (the Bonneville, Thruxton and Scrambler).