2006 Triumph Bonneville on 2040-motos
Triumph Bonneville description
You are looking at a beautiful Triumph Bonneville T100 with under 5K miles on the odometer. Bike has been garage kept and professionally serviced by local Triumph dealer. It has British Customers Predator exhaust, Air box removal kit, re-jetted carbs, and small, cafe windscreen. This bike sounds great and has more power as a result of the upgrades. I'm motivated to sell. Buyer responsible for all shipping but I will help in any way possible.
I also have leather Triumph saddlebags and mount I will throw in at full asking price.
Triumph Bonneville for Sale
Moto blogThu, 01 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Racer Gloves USA will have multiple World and AMA Champion, Doug Polen, at its tent for autograph signing between 12:00PM- 2:00PM during the Quail Motorcycle Gathering Saturday, May 17, 2014. A 2011 AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame inductee, Polen is one of the most accomplished American road racers of the 1980’s and 1990’s and guests of The Quail Motorcycle Gathering have the opportunity to meet Polen during his autograph signing. 2014 Quail Motorcycle Gathering To Honor Eddie Lawson In other Quail news, the film makers, stars and motorcycles from “Why We Ride,” the acclaimed motorcycle documentary produced by Bryan H.Thu, 05 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
If you were a child of the seventies, you may remember Craig Vetter’s name from his previous work as a stylist (Triumph Hurricane) or his huge fairing business, Vetter Fairings. Since then, the 69 year-old industrial designer has become obsessed by fuel consumption - or rather highlighting how poor motorcycles are delivering impressive figures. He originally ran a series of fuel challenges in the eighties and now the economy has taken a nose dive, he has resurrected the competition, figuring that the time is now right to highlight these issues again. According to Vetter, three of every four American gallons of petrol is imported – reason enough to devote his time to raising awareness.Fri, 29 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Spy photographers have captured images of Triumph‘s upcoming 250cc sportbike. The new sportbike (we’re calling it the Daytona 250 until Triumph tells us otherwise) is one of two new 250cc single-cylinder models Triumph is designed primarily for India, where Triumph officially started operations this week. There is a very good chance however the Daytona 250 and its naked roadster sibling will be exported to other markets including here in the U.S.
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