Main Motorcycle: 2007 Triumph Rocket
Join Date: Jul 2004
Location: Reno, NV
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Nothing wrong with Harleys , mine have been very reliable , there a great bike and the leaders in what they do , thats why all manufacturers build cruisers , and lets be honest the t bird is a harley clone ,, ok i know we can talk engine specs ect , but where it counts inthe looks department its a harley clone ,, once again like the harley the t bird is a good bike , i owned one it was a great bike .
The rt3 personaly i think its on the way out , i've got one and its a great bike , it handles has good in fact better than the t bird , has more power and a lot more comfort , but its just too big for most riders , , it intimidates most riders , and i'm convinced thats why Triumph have not brought out a rt3 with all the bells and whistles , it wil just be to big for most , and be very limited to the numbers it will sell.
Would i buy one with all the bells and whistles NO WAY , too big , my rt3 is great when solo , but with the wife and full luggage its a real handful once we leave the open road and hit the stop start traffic .
In fact i'm waiting for the trophy , to see how that looks , I love my rt3 but seriously doubt if i would buy another , because of the fact i'm getting older and 2 up fully loaded the rt3 is getting harder .
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