2008 Triumph Daytona on 2040-motos
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
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2008 Triumph Daytona 675 SE
This bike has been well maintained. I change the oil and filter every 6 months and clean/lube the chain after every ride. I've kept her extremely clean and covered in the garage. The only additions to the bike are tank grips and a GB Racing Frame Slider Kit that I installed in 2013. Bike has Dunlop Q3 tires with 75% tread life left. Currently only 6000 miles on the odometer. There are a couple small scratches from being trailered but nothing major that stands out. No mechanical issues, runs great! The exup valve does need to be replaced or removed but doesn't cause any issues with the bike or motor.
I purchased this bike in 2013 with 3800 miles on it. I've become consumed with work and other projects and just don't have the time to ride her anymore. This bike is absolutely beautiful and I'd like to see her go to a good home that will take care of her and ride her like she's meant to be ridden. Local pick up only and no test rides.
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Freedom Friday Photo ContestFri, 12 Apr 2013
Freedom Friday is a call-to-action on the AMA’s Facebook page each Friday to alert motorcyclists about issues posing threats to motorcycling freedoms. Riders can partake in a weekly contest related to these issues and win prizes. Each week’s Freedom Friday photo contest asks AMA members to send a photo of themselves, preferably with their bike, near a symbol of the current topic. The issue that kicks off today is access discrimination, which can be illustrated with a photo of a “No Motorcycles Allowed” sign, “Wilderness” sign or anything related to freedom to illustrate their concern as a motorcyclist.
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