Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Gainesville, FL, USA
First response from the dealer yesterday was that the problem (according to Triumph USA in Georgia) is possibly being caused by loose connections/pins.
Fine... they can try that. I am not going to hold my breath on it though. I will keep the idea of the gear position and road speed sensors in mind, however.
My guess on that, if it were either of those sensors, is that it would be the road speed sensor, as it didn't seem to matter which gear I was in, or if the bike was even completely stopped and kill switch applied... the speedometer would be stuck at some value other than zero.
2010 Triumph Thunderbird
2006 Suzuki Boulevard S50