2010 Triumph Thunderbird

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The world-famous brand, solely owned by British businessman John Bloor, confirmed that it was on track to top 50,000 sales in 2008, exceeding the previous record of 46,700, which was set during Triumph's ...

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Ride

Binghamton, NY

#41 Aug 21, 2009
Personally I love the earlier (98-03) versions of the T-Bird over the new one. But that's more visual than anything for me. I ride a Sprint ST absolutely love that bike. Can't imagine any bike I'd rather have at this point. It does everything well. I doubt I'll ever stray from Triumphs as long as they keep doing what they do so well. I love the triples and would have to stay with that motor though.
run outta cee-gars

Bradford, UK

#42 Aug 22, 2009
Ride wrote:
.... I love the triples and would have to stay with that motor though.
Check out this Street Triple R in black and red. It's got to be one of the nicest little machines around. And it's got grunt all the way from bottom to top. It's one of a kind.
run outta cee-gars

Bradford, UK

#43 Aug 22, 2009
run outta cee-gars

Bradford, UK

#44 Aug 22, 2009

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