Triumph Scrambler ‘The Dirt Bike’ By British Customs

Feb 6, 2014

Category: Rides

Known as one of the top worldwide suppliers of parts for Triumph motorcycles, the enthusiasts at British Customs also like to build their own bikes. They’re fond of using pre-existing Triumph models and putting their own touches on them, as is the case with the Dirt Bike, a modified 2012 Triumph Scrambler 900 meant for more off-road hijinks than usual, as well as zipping around town.

Highlighting the changes from the ground up, we start with the grippy Continental TCXII 80 tires, followed by a BC Retro Sprocket in the rear, bolted-on Renthal Fat Bars, new fenders in the front and back, and a new 7” headlight. Unlike the mid-afternoon tea break, this is one British custom that demands your attention.

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