If Triumph had a store like that near me I would have spent a lot of money by now. Triumph dealers could make big bucks if they were awake to something like this, my dealer keeps very minimal add on's and you can forget about performance parts....On 2006-12-12 12:54, DrEnglish wrote:
Triumph needs a store like this. For the brave or mechanically inclined amongst us, I am sure that a lot of the stuff will fit or be adaptable to a Trump. And hey, they even have spoke wrenches!
Sorry. But I find your comments to be racist.On 2006-12-12 14:07, Thunder_Forever wrote:
I wouldn't really care for a bike made in India.....the only country that still has the plague.....really. New Bonneville and Bellacorse work for Triumph just fine I think.
Enfield of India has been making bikes for quite a while. At first they had some problems with the castings but that is ancient history now. You see them all over India and they see some hard duty. Yes they break but are easy to fix and maintain. Yes they are slow but you can't go fast anyway cause of the mass of humanity (and other beasties) on the road."Made In India"
faster, allmost anything.If I wanted a hunk of Sheit to work on I'd get an old bike, more street cred and much cooler and faster.
Thank you.......On 2006-12-12 20:24, caspianthruxton wrote:
Racist?!?!?! How do you find that comment racist? i find you sensitive!?!? This is purely an example, but if he would have said he didn't want a bike put together in a 7/11, well sir that would be a racist comment. I do believe the comment was somewhat irrevelant, but far from racist. I think that is a word you should use very carefully.