Well done! I actually just came here to post a screenshot of your FB announcement. Good luck to all!My reply below...
Thank you for following up!
1) I still own the bike
2)I ride it daily unless I need the space in my car, so approximately 10k miles per year on average. (Much less this year due to working from home often)
3)They feel spongy every time the lever is pulled for the first time. The pistons in the calipers are hanging. It is not a bleeding issue.
4) I do not have a dealer near me, and I do all my own service anyway
5) I have not serviced them other than bleeding the system as well as the master, which I do on all my vehicles regularly. The Brembos on other vehicles are solid as an oak. The Triumph, not so much.
6) No dealer receipts. I will bring it in for repair when they are committed to solving the actual issue.
7) You can absolutely take my bike and test it. As a racetrack instructor and paramedic, this issue needs to be resolved as soon as possible. Stopping a motorcycle capable of this much speed is life or death. I'll do whatever it takes.