2013 Triumph Bonneville on 2040-motos
Triumph Bonneville description
I am selling my 2013 Triumph Bonneville. This bike was purchased brand new in 2015. The bike had it's first oil change at 500 miles to synthetic and has just over 4,000 miles on it now.
This bike has every Triumph accessory available plus some other cool stuff. If you are looking for a great bike with all the best parts, this is your ride.
Performance has been enhanced with a Arrow 2:2 full exhaust with Triumph ECM reflash. This really wakes up the engine on this bike and the exhaust sounds fantastic.
Suspension was greatly improved with custom valved Works Performance flat tracker rear shocks while the front forks got new RaceTech springs and better oil. This makes the bike handle great and ride way better on bumpy road sections.
Riding comfort was improved with a swap to ProTaper 1-1/4" handlebars in ProTaper mounts, Biltwell grips and a Triumph Sixty8 gray and black seat.
Other cool accessories include:
The front fender has been chopped to help clear the bigger diameter front tire.
For fun I added a Denali Air Horn for getting drivers' attention.
To make the bike more fun to ride and give it that aggressive look, I mounted a set of Shinko 705 dual sport tires. These tires are great as they still ride good on the street but allow you to bomb down fire roads whenever you want!
As you can see, the bike has all the parts you would want on your custom Bonneville. Bike is maintained well and washed and waxed regularly.
Why start with a stock bike when my bike has all the parts you already want.
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