I hated the wind blast on my scram it made motorway/ faster trip a complete chore.
I like others dislike the huge screens, so i tried the flyscreen and it transformed my riding experience, i wouldnt be without it now and it doesnt look too out of place.
The Classic triple forum has a thread for daily modifications and shop work. Lets get that going for twins as well.
Today I lowered my T100's rear brake lever. I took the pin out, the master cylinder off and adjusted the bucket and locknut. Now I won't be beside my brake pedal on that bike, I...
The clutch on my 2012 T-100 was getting a little chattery and I noticed some slippage in the power band while really pouring on the coal to get around traffic at a decent clip, so I figured it’s time for an upgrade. I did a little research and Barnett Clutches with green springs seemed to be the...
My trusty EFI scrambler has never missed a beat, and I'm kind of attached to it after all the work I've done, but the high pipes in the Australian summer are killing me. I hate riding from October to April as they just burn the crap out of my leg after 30 minutes.
I commute a few days a week...
Back on a Bonnie
I traded my 2002 T100 two years back on a Speed Triple and have regretted it ever since. I sold the Speed triple last year and purchased a Star Stratoliner. The Stratoliner is a great bike but I just missed having a Bonnie. Today I purchased a 2007 Bonneville
T100 with 1300...
Triumph bikes are stamped with a 17 digit VIN. For example, my "UK" bike VIN is:
where I've inserted the letter x for the last 6 digits.
A discussion about the VIN can be found on the following Wikipedia page:
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