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General Information

Year
2002
Make
Triumph
Model
Trophy
Color
Green
History
2002 Triumph Trophy, 5525 miles, 4 cylinder, 1200cc, 6 Speed
Owner #1 - This motorcycle was purchased as part of a fleet by a company sponsoring a bicycle race. After approximately 500 miles it was crated and put up for sale, but was lost by the company for 10 years.
Owner #2 - Second owner purchased from the company in 2012 and took the bike to D&D Cycles in Pensacola, FL in 2012. He had it gone over, getting a new battery, fluids, replacing most of the rubber parts etc. He put about 1K miles on the machine.
Owner #3(myself) - Purchased 2013. Taken to the above mentioned D&D Cycles for a carburetor rebuild, new fork fluid and seals, new front tire, as well as the addition of a digital gear indicator. I have added a custom made passenger back rest and luggage rack and a lighted license frame with built in run, brake and turn lighting. I have added a throttle lock device and had the seat recovered and refoamed by Sergeant Cycle seats (this redone seat has never been ridden on). I have added Shock Socks to protect the front forks and a larger pad on the side stand to prevent sinking into soft pavement. I have added "road pegs" that you can not stand on, but are a great place to rest your feet on longer rides. I have added foam covers to the grips and the levers to reduce vibration. I replaced the stock horn with louder dual horns. I added an SAE connector to the battery for accessories and to connect a Battery Tender. There is also a fused connection for heated gear installed.
2002 Triumph Trophy (Green)

Modifications

Drivetrain
Stock
Interior
Stock
Exterior
Stock
Audio
Stock
Suspension
Passenger backrest and rack, throttle lock, road pegs, foam covered grips and levers, seat refoamed and recovered.
Wheel and Tire
Stock horn replaced with louder dual horns, digital gear indicator, SAE connection to battery, Heated clothing connector to battery,

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