The New Heritage: Part Two

The Turn of the Wrench: Building (Re)Connection

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To know where you’re going, you have to know where you’ve been.Brooks Sterling

Besides riding, wrenching is one of the best ways to connect with your motorcycle. But what does the motorcycle you’re connecting with have to say about you?

The make and model of the bike has something to say, as does how you choose to personalize it. That’s why you chose a Triumph.

Triumphs have a deep, expansive heritage. From the bikes ridden by vintage dirt tracker legends like Eddie Mulder to the street-prowling cafe racers of the 59 Club to the works of artists like Pro Builder Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles, Triumphs can be formed to fit any function with just a few tweaks.

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Get personal with your bike. But remember where you’re coming from next time you’re planning where to go next.Brooks Sterling

Any Modern Classic is a blank canvas you can paint yourself on. And more than that, it's something you can take apart and rebuild to make it go where you want to go. Want to zip through the city streets like the old Ton Up Boys? Take some of the upgrade packages from our Presidio cafe racer build and see what you can do. Want to get into flat tracking and feel the thrill of getting sideways and squirrelly? Get yourself a set of tracker wheels, a Mule Bar, and some other upgrades from our Tribute build and start racing at your local flat track. Can't decide between the two? We have a number of light customs you can draw inspiration from, depending on what you want to do or how you want to look.

Form should meet function in any custom build. And when that form draws from a history as deep and rich as that of Triumph, its function can be anything you can imagine.

Get personal with your bike. But remember where you’re coming from next time you’re planning where to go next.

Respect the past. Ride the future.

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