British Customs Build Series Episode 1 - Disassembly | Street Scrambler to The Street Sled

Every part we develop at British Customs begins on a bike build. When Triumph released their new Street Scrambler in 2017, we wanted to design parts for it and also see what existing parts could work with it that hadn’t been tried yet.

We got our hands on a Street Scrambler in 2019 to begin our research and designing process to see what could be created, eventually creating many versions of what we call our “Street Sled.”

See the build here

To start our work on the first build, a few new products were developed specifically for the Street Scrambler, including our Slash Cut Shotgun Exhaust, H-Pipe & a T120 tank painted in tan by Anaheim Rod & Customs for a longer ride in the deserts. We also test fitted several parts we already had and confirmed that they would fit and work, like our Dirt Track Bar Kit, TKC80 tires, Slammer Seat, and the Pan Tail Light Kit. With the bike built up this way, the bike was taken out to Ocotillo Wells for testing, and we had one of our riders take it through its course.

After testing that setup for a while, there was still work to be done to keep pushing the limits of what could be done with the scrambler. This all starts with disassembling the bike.