>>> don't know if this is good or bad for Triumph. >>>
Only Mr Bloor could say for sure, but I suspect it's largely immaterial to Triumph.
If the reporter was choosing his words carefully, then Triumph wasn't a very serious target anyway. "Discussions" are very different from negotiations, and the rather broad goal of "acquisition or partnership" is generally code for "we don't have any tangible ideas to bring to the table, but we'd like to get our nose in the tent, look at your valuables, and see if we can sweet-talk you into parting with some of them."
I like this place. Good people and good information. Okay, Triumphs are pretty damn cool, too.
Any interest in a Rat Rally somewhere in the Continental U.S. next year? Colorado has some great riding.
Well I maybe inheriting a 1980-1983 Honda CB400T Hawk. It seems like my uncle had it in his house when he passed away and it had been left there by some previous rental tenants. It has been sitting there for almost 20 years based on the last time the tabs were renewed. I think...
I was talking to a fellow on the way out of work tonight about motorcycle gear and how far things have progressed since I was a kid. Heated gear and the Apple Warmer-type things for the helmets and waterproof boots and suits and real rain gear and everything is just leaps and bounds better than...
Has anyone in our wonderful community ever tried 'darksiding', this is fitting a car tyre to the rear of a bike. From what I have found out it is a much practiced and perfectly legal thing to do in America, In the UK it's not legal as such but there are loopholes. The main interest for me is...
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