Creativity and innovation are integral to the British Customs modification and customization process. We want to recognize builders from around the globe and their achievements in designing and manufacturing custom parts and bikes.
The Pro Builder Series will bring greater awareness to our fellow riders and Triumph motorcycle enthusiasts. We will feature some of the most innovative and highly respected motorcycle builders from around the globe. Our goal is to showcase the talent and vision these builders possess, while giving our audience an inside-look at the development process and providing inspiration for your own build and customization process.
Our audience will also have access to the parts designed and tested by these builders. With each installment of the series, British Customs and the Pro Builder will launch an exclusive part or package designed to help you customize or modify your bike. The first such exclusive is now available–the Analog Motorcycles 3T Tidy Tail designed and built by Tony Prust, is a finely crafted LED taillight with integrated turn indicators. A true piece of art that is now available to owners of Triumph Modern Classics. Perfect to clean up the rear end on your Thruxton. The part features prominently on the Analog Motorcycles Thruxton 312 seen below.
British Customs’ mission is to offer quality, bolt-on products that enable every Triumph owner to upgrade their bike and achieve their unique vision. In line with that philosophy, the Pro Builder Series draws on the talent and creativity of professional builders around the globe in an effort to bring cutting edge design and technology to Triumph enthusiasts everywhere.
As we continue to build the Pro Builder Series, we’ll be looking for partners who share the same innovative spirit and creative drive. No matter whether you’re a professional builder with your own garage, or a home-schooled weekend wrench, we want to hear from you.
Send us your latest project and tell us why you would make a solid addition to the Pro Builder Series. Please include pictures and answer the following questions about your design and customization process: How do you get started on a custom build? Do you design and manufacture your own parts? Do you own or work at a motorcycle shop? If so, what’s the name and where is it?