Furiosa by British Customs and CROIG

Post-apocalyptic Triumph scrambler

British Customs CROIG Furiosa Triumph
Furiosa - Triumph by British Customs x CROIGBritish Customs

Furiosa was built for the brutal wastes of the post-apocalypse. And also in collaboration with @CafeRacersOfInstagram (CROIG) to raise awareness and donations for Riders for Health, a charity that uses motorcycles to deliver life-saving medical supplies and services to hard-to-reach rural communities in sub-Saharan Africa.

The vision behind the aesthetic for this beast of a bike was directly inspired by community input and feedback. Jeremy Lacy created the concept art that was voted on by the community and followers, and helped create the final iteration.

British Customs CROIG Furiosa Triumph
Furiosa concept drafted out before the buildBritish Customs

Furiosa, named after the leading character from Mad Max: Fury Road, was realized using British Customs Weekend Projects upgrades packages featuring factory-spec bolt-on parts despite its highly custom look, including Drag Pipes, a Slammer Seat, an Oil Pressure Gauge, and others, alongside a number of one-off parts fabricated by Andrew Blaschko of CROIG including the nose plate, hand guards, leather tank pads and wraps, and luggage rack. Several sponsors generously donated components to help finish the build off, including ammo cans from Blood Brothers Inc., a quality blanket roll from Farbault Mills, a tactical hatchet from Gerber Gear, leather bags from Red Wing Shoes, performance lighting systems from PIAA, and more.

British Customs CROIG Furiosa Triumph
Furiosa Triumph handlebar detailBritish Customs
British Customs CROIG Furiosa Triumph
Furiosa Triumph rear detailBritish Customs
British Customs CROIG Furiosa Triumph
Furiosa auxiliary lights, crashbar and exhaust detailBritish Customs
British Customs CROIG Furiosa Triumph
Furiosa saddlebag and swingarm detailBritish Customs
British Customs CROIG Furiosa Triumph
Furiosa headlight cowl detailBritish Customs

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