1954 Triumph Bobber on 2040-motos
Triumph Bobber description
This is a one of a kind Custom Built 1954 Triumph Trophy
Most of this bike was rebuilt in 2015. The Bike was completed in Nov 2016 when we completely rebuilt the bottom end. Was originally a 650cc engine until the top end was replaced and bored turning it into a 750cc. Everything is new. This thing roars. I like how it sounds but some folks think it is in complete b/c you could add mufflers. As you can see from the photos it has some beautiful details on it. Copper where possible, so many custom additions, hand made seat, oilcan tail light, Custom Oil vessel, lots of custom parts.. too many parts to list. see detailed photos. ask me questions.
Shipping from Atlanta, GA.
Shipping is Buyers responsible for Shipping/pick-up, However I can recommend a good reasonably priced motorbike shipper who ships arounds the 48 continental US states. Shipping arrangements are made between buyer and carrier service.
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Moto blogThu, 01 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0700
Trip Facts Trip Duration – 7 days Total miles covered - 1200 Total spent on fuel – £137 Average distance per pound - 8.75 Miles Total spent on ferry £45 return Dover to Calais Total miles to date 7500 Last month I took a week out and headed over to Liege in Belgium for the 2010 International Police rally. I jumped on a Ferry to Calais, turned left to Dunkirk, Brussels then on to Liege to meet up with the British team. Triumph sent a tank bag specifically made for the Speed Triple to help out on the trip.Tue, 27 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Rain or shine, the second annual Öhlins USA Cirkus of Speed is Saturday, September 28, 10:00am to 3:00pm, in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Need reasons to come? First of all it’s free, including “Police Rodeo” star Ben Wolfe, of Lock & Lean, performing precision motorcycle riding.Thu, 17 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700
Over the last month I’ve been busy trying out some of the exhausts available for the Speed Triple. Apart from being very easy to fit, they all claim power gains of around 8bhp and give substantial weight savings. It’s worth noting at this point that Triumph only recommend Arrow cans and discourage the fitting of slip on exhausts especially if they are not mapped to the bike.
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