1967 Triumph Bonneville on 2040-motos
Triumph Bonneville description
OFFERED HERE IS A PIECE OF THE 70'S.... THIS 1967 TRIUMPH CHOPPER BUILT USING A 500cc ENGINE W/MAGNETO STARTING..(NO BATTERY). ITS TRUE CUSTOM... IT WAS ORIGINALLY BUILT FOR THE JACOB JAVITS BIKE SHOW IN NYC... IT WAS THEN PURCHASED BY ACTOR MICKEY ROURKE... I'LL DESCRIBE DETAILS AS BEST I CAN.. ITS BUILT IN A RIGID FRAME THATS MOLDED RAKED AND STRETCHED, ITS GOT A GREAT PROFILE AND THE SEAT HEIGHT IS ONLY 23"!.... IT HAS H-D SPORTSTER MAG WHEELS WITH BRAND NEW AVON TIRES, BRAND NEW GMA REAR BRAKE CALIPER AND ROTOR, EARLY CERIANI CHROMED FRONT END, CUSTOM TT EXHAUST, POLISHED ENGINE CASES, ENGRAVED SIDE COVERS, AMEL CARBURETOR WITH VELOCITY STACK... IT RUNS GOOD BUT A LITTLE HARD TO START SOMETIMES.. IT COULD PROBABLY USE A TUNE UP.. POINTS, CONDENSER.ETC..
THIS BIKE WAS BUILT IN THE 70'S.. THE PAINT IS BLACK WITH SOME RED PINSTRIPING.. THE PAINT ON THE TANK IS CRACKED AND WEBBED...EXPECTED FOR BEING OVER 30 YEARS OLD... HAS SOME COOL PETINA TO IT...PLEASE EMAIL WITH ANY QUESTIONS AND I WILL DO MY BEST TO ANSWER QUICKLY AND HONESTLY...I WILL BE HAPPY TO ASSIST IN THE SHIPPING PROCESS IF NESSESARY... GOOD LUCK AND THANKS FOR LOOKING...
Triumph Bonneville for Sale
Moto blogThu, 11 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Triumph issued a recall for optional accessory top boxes for the 2011-2012 Sprint GT sport tourer and the Tiger 800 and 800XC dual sports. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the top box locking handle is missing a clip lip to ensure a† proper lock on the rear rack. Without this clip, the locking mechanism may not be secure, potentially leading to the top box falling off of the motorcycle.Fri, 01 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Itís moments like these that remind me how awesome my job is. These past two days Iíve had the pleasure of riding Triumphís new Speed Triple and Daytona 675R through some of Southern Californiaís greatest roads and the regionís newest racetrack, Chuckwalla Valley Raceway. Get a taste for my first ride impressions after the jump.Wed, 24 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0700
Mark Forsyth returned our Bonneville long termer today, and the Speed Triple was ready at the triumph factory to be brought back with him…three days early. Here’s a picture of it ‘wedged’ in the back of our new Ford Wildtrak. The bad news is, it won’t arrive at our London office until Friday, patience Andy, patience.
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