With over 500 votes from the public across Triumph’s Facebook and Twitter channels, Mark Drury’s highly-modified 1984 Triumph T110 took first place just ahead of runner-up Mark Brown’s impressive Thruxton R.
Held at London’s historic and beautiful Tobacco Docks on 25-27th May, Drury’s T110 will line up alongside over 200 curated custom motorcycles including the prestigious GQ Barbour International Thruxton R, Dapper Bonnie DGR100, Triumph’s Spirit of ’59 customs designed by contemporary urban artist Dean Stockton (a.k.a. D*Face) and other Triumph one-offs.
Stockton will also be on the Triumph stand at Bike Shed London on Sat 26th from 1pm – 4pm so fans can meet him and find out more about his collaboration with Triumph.
Martin Hough, Marketing Manager of Triumph Motorcycles UK, said: “We’re really looking forward to the 2018 Bike Shed London Show. It’s the perfect opportunity to showcase our fantastic range of factory customs and gorgeous modern classics. The event is extremely family friendly, safe for kids, and enjoyable even for non-riders.”