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2010 Triumph Thunderbird Abs on 2040-motos

YearYear:2010 MileageMileage:13814 ColorColor: Two-tone Aluminum Silver / Jet
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TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(877) 554-4128

Triumph Thunderbird description

2010 Triumph Thunderbird ABS, Tons of Triumph Accessories, great condition, and runs like a dream! - This 2010 Triumph Thunderbird ABS is loaded up with Genuine Triumph Accessories! The list includes, quick release mid-size windscreen, quick release passenger backrest and rear rack, bags, rider & passenger floorboards, heated grips, and long haul touring seat! Fantastic cosmetic condition and runs like new! THUNDERBIRD Go on a legend reborn. With its strong, muscular lines the Thunderbird oozes cruise from every angle. But there is more to the Thunderbird than meets the eye. This critically acclaimed motorcycle, voted ‘Cruiser of the Year’ by top U.S. magazine Cycle World, rewrites the rules on the way that cruisers should perform, bringing Triumph’s reputation for handling and engineering excellence to the mainstream cruiser market for the first time. Thunderbird devours curves and laughs in the face of those who say cruisers don’t handle. From the very first corner you take, the Thunderbird will pay you the ultimate complement, flattering the rider with its impeccable handling and dynamic qualities in acceleration, handling, and braking. An ABS braking option has been offered as an option too, offering additional security in all conditions. Powered by the all-new 1,600 cubic-centimeter T-16 parallel-twin engine, the Thunderbird delivers class leading power, torque, and fuel economy figures, with a refinement previously unheard of in the mainstream cruiser class. And if the 85 boiler-horsepower and 108 foot-pounds for the standard bike is not enough, Triumph is also offering a 1,700 cubic-centimeter dealer-fit big bore kit to boost power to 100 boiler-horsepower and torque to 118 foot-pounds for a truly memorable experience. Triumph has also endowed the Thunderbird with a range of over 100 other accessories to allow owners to add their personal touch to the Thunderbird. From stripped down street rod to a soft touring bagger, Triumph’s Genuine Accessories further enhance this award winning motorcycle’s character and style. It truly is what cruiser riders have been waiting for.

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