If you always thought you should be a bike designer and your custom Triumph is a work of art, you can now prove it.
The British manufacturer has launched a customised bike competition, with final entries being judged at Triumph Live from August 31-September 2 at Mallory Park, Leicestershire.
Twenty entries will be selected for show and a winner will be chosen from four categories: best sport/roadster custom; best Hinckley classic custom; best custom cruiser and best pre-Hinckley custom.
Each winner will get a trophy and a £250 parts, clothing and accessory voucher. The overall winner will receive a trophy, £500 voucher and the title ‘best in show’.
Bikes will be chosen based on looks, style and excellence. Guy Masters, UK General Manager of Triumph said: “The attention to detail and general design ideas were impressive on the 2010 entries and I look forward to seeing the creativity of this year’s entries”.
To enter, send a picture and brief description of customisations to firstname.lastname@example.org before July 31 2012. Bikes must be available all day on September 1 and each chosen bike will receive two free weekend passes including camping.
For more information visit www.triumph-live.com.
The pictures show last year's winners.