Main Motorcycle: 1938 Speed Twin
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Upstate NY
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I visited there last Friday and saw them clearing out all of the bikes...all they had was a couple of Thrux's and a Daytona, I think....all the space they had for Triumphs was being filled with their used Japanese sportbike collection. There was a Bob's BMW trailer being loaded with bikes too (though I didn't see what make). It was crazy.
I couldn't get the details from anyone there, but one salesman--who owned a Bonnie--was pretty bummed. He said something about 'Triumph isn't Harley or BMW'. That made me wonder if Triumph is pushing more 'exclusive' dealerships or something. I dunno.
In any event, while Clinton's did have a ton of Triumphs, my experience with their service department was terrible...lots of mistakes. Here's to hoping another dealer opens in the area soon!
That truly sucks. Even though it was in Maryland it was close enough for a easy ride from my home in Fredciskburg Va. to pick up a part if needed. I believe there are only two Triumph Dealerships left in Old Dominion, kind of scary......
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