2010 Triumph Thunderbird Special Edition on 2040-motos
Triumph Thunderbird description
This is a 2010 Thunderbird 1600 SE with ABS. It has always been garaged and has no damage. Standard equipment excludes: Quick release Roadster Screen, Long haul touring seat (replaced)t, Quick release sissy bar, Floorboard kit, Floorboard hardware kit (brake peddle/heel-toe shifter), Lower air deflector kit, Passenger floorboards, and Triumph leather saddle bags (replaced). In addition to this I have added: British Customs Hog Slayer exhaust. Engine dresser bar, Auxiliary lamps, Replaced the stock handle bars with the Triumph America handle bars, Rivco setback risers, Extended cable kit, Corbin Dual Tour Leather Seat (replaced stock seat), Corbin driver back rest, Kuryakyn offset highway pegs, Hard Street classic tour hard saddle bags (replaced Triumph leather bags) Signal Dynamics LED turn signals front and rear, Signal Dynamics load equalizer, Custom Dynamics Run-Brake-Trun conversion module, Chrome fuel cap(replaced stock). You also get the stock Long Haul Seat, stock handle bars, stock exhaust system, and the service manual.
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Moto blogWed, 27 Oct 2010 00:00:00 -0700
One of the unsung heroes of the BSB paddock over the past few seasons, has to be 2010 Superstock 1000 runner up Glen Richards. A nasty tumble in at the Brands Hatch opener lead to four DNFs, but once back on track he pushed the dominant BMWs hard, finishing on the podium eight times. While many were trading their grannies to fund new S1000RRs, Richards kept the faith and rode the wheels off his Padgett’s Honda Fireblade.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.Mon, 29 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0700
The weather was pretty good over the weekend and I managed to get 500 miles in and become better acquainted with the Speed Triple. I’m still running it in but as it’s reputation suggest the bike doesn’t disappoint. There are some noticeable differences over most other naked bikes I’ve ridden, you could call them quirks, but i'll talk about those in a week or so.
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