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.
Triumph Bobber for Sale
Moto blogFri, 01 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Triumph has revealed Special Edition versions of the Bonneville and Speed Triple for 2013, proving once again that nothing delivers a bang for the buck like cosmetic enhancements to popular models. Most appealing to our eyes is the subtle but sexy Triumph Speed Triple SE (pictured above.) Its Matte Graphite color is beautifully set off by soft blue accents of the frame, swingarm, subframe and wheel pinstriping. Included on the SE are a color-matched fly screen, belly pan and seat cowl.Thu, 03 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700
In the fashion world, nothing fits quite like a well tailored suit. Dainese is applying this same ideal to the moto world by once again offering its custom tailored services to North America. The tour, called Fitnet, will start this weekend and make its way to six locations throughout the country, finishing on October 19.Fri, 03 Dec 2010 00:00:00 -0800
The lucrative touring segment will soon get a jolt when Triumph enters the market with a flourish. Spy photos from England’s Motor Cycle News show what looks to be a replacement for the Trophy touring model that bit the dust back in 2003. The bike is much larger than Triumph’s Sprint GT sport-tourer, promising a bigger, more powerful three-cylinder engine.
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