With their VE Day Commemorative bike, Fowlers of Bristol have been awarded the overall winner of this year's Bonneville Build-Off. The team at Fowler’s Motorcycles used British army heritage as the inspiration for their build. With girder forks, canvas bags, and Army Green it invokes and pays homage to a past time.
George Clarke presented the Design Award winner to Norfolk Triumph's Flat Tracker. The paint scheme, custom exhausts, and 70's inspired styling won the day.
Victoria Pendleton presented the Inspiration Award to Triumph Oxford's "Reggie's" Cafe Racer. Inspired by "Reg", Dealer Principal Andy Valentine's late father, the machine was styled as the sort of Cafe Racer that was Reg's weapon of choice.
Jodie Millhouse presented the Paint & Custom award to Edinburgh Triumph's Speed Racer. The 90's Daytona fairing and classic paint scheme harking back to the 70's racers was what gave them the award.
The Retail Choice Award was won by Triumph West London's Speed Twin JLC. The machine is a Speed Twin with a Thruxton R front end with JLC preserving the previous name of the dealership - Jack Lilley (JLC = Jack Lilley Customs).
The machines will be shown off at the Triumph Visitor Experience at Hinckley.