Just a gut feeling, but I bet there could be no more than 300 or so Legends still rolling in the USA. What say ye?
Well, 2 out of 10 Triumphs at the Rally last weekend were Legends and based on some wet weather conditions, they're not being babied.The tender hearted Godzilla is part right, also I've had one for 2 years and have never seen another. They are dam rare in ebay too. Other riders are probably keeping them pampered and close to home--like me.
300 may be a US number guestimate - I'd say it would be safe to triple that number ~ regardless of the true number .....I have one of themJust a gut feeling, but I bet there could be no more than 300 or so Legends still rolling in the USA. What say ye?
Oh I don't know that there's that many. I heard many owners drive over a cliff after having to tackle the airbox and center plug.
You just need to take it off and put it on a few more times - it gets easier!If I would have had a cliff close by to throw the bike over, I would have. I'll just put it this way, I hope I never find out who designed that airbox. I really don't want to spend the rest of my life in jail.
Ditto!"Other riders are probably keeping them pampered and close to home--like me."
Well, not me. I've been beating mine within an inch of its life.
I had a driver run a red arrow and turn left in front me.
Then I threw it in the gravel/soft shoulder down in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Next, some dumb blonde rear ended me in Herhsey, PA.
In addition to all that, I suspect previous owner had low sided the right hand side.
I've got 30k miles on it and intend on running it until it catches fire or otherwise is rendered permanently inoperable.