Every year in June, the small Austrian market town of Neukirchen changes its name for three days to Newchurch and celebrates all things British. Thousands of Triumph enthusiasts converge on the town for the annual Tridays rally, which has become one of the largest motorcycle gatherings in Europe. This year, there’s even a limited edition bike to celebrate the event, and it can be ordered from Triumph dealers. The idea came from Triumph’s Uli Brée—who also organizes the Tridays—and Jochen Schmitz-Linkweiler, owner of the German custom shop LSL. Just twenty limited editions will be built; all finished in the classic Tridays colors and based on the Bonneville with cast rims. LSL lightly tweaks the bikes, with mods including Remus mufflers and upgrades to the bars, brake box, light mount and instrument panel. YSS shocks, mini blinkers and an LED rear light are fitted to complete the package. The Tridays Edition costs a pretty reasonable €12,590, or US$17,200. I imagine it’d be perfect for the scenic eight-hour ride south from LSL’s Krefeld factory to the rally, and as a bonus, you get a two-night stay in a Tridays hotel as part of the deal. Got any plans for June this year?