1957 Triumph Custom Project on 2040-motos
Triumph Custom Project description
1957 Triumph pre-unit alternator bottom end
late model 750 top end. Tiger head. spins with compression
4 speed slick shift triumph gear box
Swing arm front loop
modded to fit early factory hard tail
Long late model forks and funky bars/headlight
I bought wanting to make a traditional show chopper
but life happens and you can't keep 'em all. My loss
is your gain. T22B included and a few more boxes of odds
and ends, to get ya started. Great winter project.
Buyer responsible for shipping, I can get pallet rates thru Fastenal.
Let me know. Make me an offer
thanks for looking
call/text/smoke signal/sign language/second amendment
Moto blogMon, 25 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Transport Canada has announced a recall for the 2012 and 2013 Triumph Daytona 675, Speed Triple, Street Triple and Tiger 800 because of a flaw in their turn signals. Several members of the Motorcycle.com forum network’s TriumphRat.net community have reported issues with turn signals breaking off, and this recall appears to address the issue. According to Transport Canada, the supports for the front and rear turn signals were incorrectly manufactured and may break.Fri, 06 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Today the motorcycle press descended upon the Long Beach Convention Center to attend media day at the annual International Motorcycle Show. After feasting from a continental breakfast buffet the discerning journalists set to the task of reporting on the bounty of new model motorcycles – most of which has been previously showcased in our November EICMA reporting. If you missed anything from that show here’s a run down of what to look forward to: Triumph Thunderbird LT Suzuki V-Strom 1000 Can-Am Spyder Royal Enfield Continental GT Zero KTM Super Duke R – KTM confirmed the retail price to be $16,999 BMW R NineT Ducati Monster S 1200 Honda Valkyrie Kawasaki Z1000 Husqvarna A cool item of interest included a reproduction TZ750-powered flat tracker King Kenny Roberts made famous.Tue, 28 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Every motorcycle tour company promises to take you to beautiful destinations, but how many offer the same promise on custom motorcycles? The Roadery is that company. Having only been in business a few months, The Roadery, based in Los Angeles, is new to the motorcycle touring business, but it offers its customers the chance to explore some of the most scenic locations in the Western United States.
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