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Hey beemertrash! My first Triumph was a 1996 Trophy 1200. It was British Racing Green, known to be the fastest colour (you have to spell colour that way to maintain the speed advantage). This site was a huge help to me in keeping it running perfectly. Sadly, the sprag clutch disintegrated on a ride from Minneapolis to Memphis and back. I decided to part out the bike, sharing it with many other Trophy owners here on the forum. I really miss that bike. At the time of its demise, I had it running perfectly. I hope yours gives you years of miles and smiles! Welcome!
 

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Hey beemertrash! My first Triumph was a 1996 Trophy 1200. It was British Racing Green, known to be the fastest colour (you have to spell colour that way to maintain the speed advantage). This site was a huge help to me in keeping it running perfectly. Sadly, the sprag clutch disintegrated on a ride from Minneapolis to Memphis and back. I decided to part out the bike, sharing it with many other Trophy owners here on the forum. I really miss that bike. At the time of its demise, I had it running perfectly. I hope yours gives you years of miles and smiles! Welcome!
Thanks, I got this bike from my older brother, he bought it new and gave it to me just before he left this world, It is a dark gray color, he parked it almost 3 years when he got sick, he told me it was running when he parked it. Since it had old gas and a dead battery I picked it up in Denver, Colorado and towed it home. Just finishing up a R90/6 I have been working on for almost 2 years so I have done nothing with the bike. I am thinking I will probably sell it cheap to someone that is into Triumph's, we will see, I have 3 other bikes besides the Trophy. Thanks for the kind words and hope this virus crap is not effecting you or anyone close to you.
PS. I do understand the speed advantage of a colour like that, that Green is a bitchin' color. My Ultra limited is black and my beemer is blue.
 
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