View Full Version : English 101 DVD - Triumph & BSA Motorcycle Maintenance is here!

08-07-2009, 9:17 AM
A project Wes White and I have worked hard on for quite some time is finally available, English 101, I was out in California in March and we filmed this at Wes' shop, Four Aces Cycles. We are super stoked to have it out, we are really proud of it and hope you like it. - Tyler



English 101 DVD - unit & pre unit Triumph & unit BSA Motorcycle Maintenance DVD - Pre Order

New from Tyler at Lowbrow Customs and Wes White of Four Aces Cycle... English 101! The DVD is finally finished and we will be shipping them out starting on Monday, August 17th. If you want to secure your copy and have it go out the 1st day it is available then go ahead and pre order now. We will ship your English 101 Motorcycle Maintenance DVD along with anything else you order and notify you when it goes out. Check out more info and order here (http://lowbrowcustoms.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=513)

"English 101 is a full tune & service DVD that covers pre unit and unit Triumphs and unit BSAs. In this interactive shop manual, watch step-by-step as Wes White of Four Aces Cycle demonstrates everything you need to keep your British bike reliable, on the road and running great. This 4-hour DVD is broken down into easy-to-follow chapters and is designed to teach you how to maintain your British motorcycle."

We are very proud of this new film, all filmed in high definition. English 101 is Region 0 and will play world-wide. At over 4 hours of run time it is packed full of everything you need to keep your bike on the road and running great!

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08-09-2009, 12:12 PM
all ready pre ordered it

08-09-2009, 2:31 PM
Its at the top of my list of stuff to pick up along with the DicE book and a new sub to GK!

08-11-2009, 9:45 AM
Thanks for the orders, the DVDs are on schedule to ship out this coming Monday, the day they arrive in our hands, so if you want one pronto and haven't ordered yet you can check em out on the site here (http://lowbrowcustoms.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=513).


08-12-2009, 8:47 PM
giving this a bump because it's badass. Nice work, guys.

08-15-2009, 11:42 AM
Tyler and i are really proud of this DVD. Order one up and save some dough on your next tune and service bill.

08-15-2009, 4:53 PM
Good to see someone who truly knows what he is doing sharing his knowledge.....

08-18-2009, 8:51 PM
preordered awhile back. hope to get this soon.. looking forward to it.

08-19-2009, 8:14 AM
Yep they are all shipping out today, just got the whole batch in stock! Wes has em in stock at his shop as well


08-19-2009, 3:34 PM
Next payday I'll be orderin' mine.

08-21-2009, 8:09 AM
Cool. The wife and I watched it last night (much to her excitement) and it is really bitchin. I was there helping during the filming so I knew what was in it, but the quality of the hi def film and audio and all that is really great. I even make a quick appearance kicking over a BSA that Wes is demonstrating a timing gun on, surprise I didn't know I was in the shot, ha.

08-22-2009, 3:49 PM
Yea, then there is that phantom tattooed arm that hands me a wrench, definately was not Hugh. ha.

Seriously though, this DVD shows you guys and gals a ton of really practical stuff, answers a ton of questions I have been asked over the phone and on forums in the last few years, and demonstrates how to do all sorts of maintenance on your bike. get it.

08-23-2009, 8:21 PM
cant wait to get mine. The last video(rebuild) taught me so much. gave me confidence and demystified my triumph motor. cant thankyou enough guys. right on!

08-25-2009, 7:42 AM
Cant wait, glad its ready. thanks.

08-27-2009, 12:44 PM
got it last night. great!

12-10-2009, 10:53 AM
Finally watched mine the other night, and money well spent boys and girls.
Now Wes can spend less time answering my stupid questions and more time building sweet machines.

No really, you need this video...
and keep your eyes out cause I hear there are some cool projects in the works....

12-28-2009, 9:47 AM
Wow, top notch DVD. Santa brought it, and just in time. I learned some stuff I didn't even know I was going to have to do!!!

12-31-2009, 9:18 PM
It's like Triumph porn!

01-01-2010, 2:36 PM
I certainly enjoyed your earlier video on rebuilding the Triumph motor, and this will be on my next birthday list. BTW, watching the rebuild video CONVINCED me that an air compressor is in my future.

01-01-2010, 3:45 PM
Hell man you will never regret that obe, my advice though bigger is better, get a 5 gallon compressor and you'll be upgrading soon.

01-09-2010, 5:17 PM
Does this video, or the Triumph Rebuild video cover any information on Tridents? I've got my eye on a Trident basket and was going to get these videos for sure if you guys think they will help.

01-10-2010, 11:16 AM
You could glean some information out of the two DVD's that would be applicable to a Trident, but you would have to look hard. They would not hurt you though and would broaden your knowledge of British Bike in general.

01-10-2010, 3:27 PM
thanks Wes....I've been stalking your website for quite some time now and love your bikes. I want to start a build so badly, I think I will look for a Bonneville 650 so I can put your videos to good use.

01-11-2010, 8:43 PM
Unless you just get a smoking deal on a triple, I think you will be happier with the 650. Hardtailing is easier, parts are cheaper and a motor rebuild (if you need it) is waaay cheaper. Way more advice online for the beginner (we we all there once!) for parts, labor rates, do-it-yourself tips, etc. Do it!

01-12-2010, 2:26 PM
Next payday I'll be orderin' mine.

Didn't have to buy. My wifey bought it for me for Christmas. Haven't had a chance to watch it yet.

01-12-2010, 2:52 PM
Unless you just get a smoking deal on a triple, I think you will be happier with the 650. Hardtailing is easier, parts are cheaper and a motor rebuild (if you need it) is waaay cheaper. Way more advice online for the beginner (we we all there once!) for parts, labor rates, do-it-yourself tips, etc. Do it!

thanks Wes...I took your advice and went the 650 route. Bought a 72 Bonnie from a British Bike collector and will be picking it up Saturday. I'm planning on building a bobber and using your DVD's for sure. I'm going to try and do as much as I can myself, but am a novice with minimal tools. One thing I'm not lacking is DESIRE to build my dream bike!