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Garage Kept 2005 Triumph Rocket Iii 6k Miles. Saddle Bags, 2 Color Led Light Kit on 2040-motos

US $3,650.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:6122 ColorColor: Gray
Location:

Elkton, Maryland, US

Elkton, Maryland, US
Garage kept 2005 Triumph Rocket III 6k miles. Saddle bags, 2 color LED light kit, US $3,650.00, image 1

Triumph Rocket III photos

Garage kept 2005 Triumph Rocket III 6k miles. Saddle bags, 2 color LED light kit, US $3,650.00, image 2 Garage kept 2005 Triumph Rocket III 6k miles. Saddle bags, 2 color LED light kit, US $3,650.00, image 3 Garage kept 2005 Triumph Rocket III 6k miles. Saddle bags, 2 color LED light kit, US $3,650.00, image 4 Garage kept 2005 Triumph Rocket III 6k miles. Saddle bags, 2 color LED light kit, US $3,650.00, image 5 Garage kept 2005 Triumph Rocket III 6k miles. Saddle bags, 2 color LED light kit, US $3,650.00, image 6

Triumph Rocket III tech info

TypeType:Cruiser Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):2300 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:Smtc00L415J221136

Triumph Rocket III description

Beautiful bike. 1 owner. Just not enough time in my life to ride this awesome machine like it was build for. I hope you can give it the love and attention it needs. It kills me to seek but I know it's the right thing. She deserves better than me. 


Purchaser will have to work out shipping detail. I will work with you but not responsible for any shipping cost. 

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Thu, 17 Jun 2010

Over the last month I’ve been busy trying out some of the exhausts available for the Speed Triple. Apart from being very easy to fit, they all claim power gains of around 8bhp and give substantial weight savings. It’s worth noting at this point that Triumph only recommend Arrow cans and discourage the fitting of slip on exhausts especially if they are not mapped to the bike.

2015 Triumph 250 Preview

Mon, 18 Nov 2013

With all the new motorcycles Triumph presented earlier this month at the 2013 EICMA show in Milan, Italy, we were hoping to see the company’s new 250cc models. Unfortunately, the new small-displacement Triumph models (which made our list of Top 10 Motorcycles to Watch For at EICMA) were not yet ready to be revealed, though Triumph did offer us a glimpse of what to expect, with a sketch of its 250 sportbike. At Milan, the company referred to the sportbike as “Triumph’s New 250″, though it will get a proper name when it’s officially, presented as a 2015 model, likely at next year’s EICMA show or at Intermot in Cologne, Germany.

Speed Triple gets new boots

Tue, 18 May 2010

Since the spark plug incident last month resulting in the premature demise of the factory fitted Metzlers, I’ve had to find some new rubber for the Speed Triple. With the Triumph’s punchy engine Commuting 1800 miles a month on motorways and city roads, I need something that will cover decent miles but also be up for some frequent country lane antics. With the BT023’s Bridgestone claim longer life with solid wet weather performance for touring riders whilst satisfying the demands of the keen sport bike riders.

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