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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 09-09-2003, 03:42 PM Thread Starter
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Where are all the Triumph riders in here?
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Good question

I like the Trumpets. I'm considering buying a TBS. I check back here from time to time, but it is a bit slow. hang in there. 04 is going to be a big year for Triumph, and the traffic is sure to pick up.
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They are all out working on them.
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They are all out working on them.

STFU!

Speaking of working on one's bike, when you gonna put a windscreen on the 929?
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Speaking of working on one's bike, when you gonna put a windscreen on the 929?
Does not need one. The half moon fits my one leg good so I can ride the wheelies
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Where are all the Triumph riders in here?
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We are out riding while all the Honda posers are dreaming of owning a real motorcyle like a triumph .

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We are out riding while all the Honda posers are dreaming of owning a real motorcyle like a triumph .
I would ride, but it so happens that I am at work. Did you ride the fartwagon to work today?
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I ride every day it isn't snowing,and no i didn't ride a Honda today.I rode my kawasaki,tomorrow I ride the tri

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I ride every day it isn't snowing,and no i didn't ride a Honda today.I rode my kawasaki,tomorrow I ride the tri
Atleast Honda's ar dependable.
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Atleast Honda's ar dependable.
So is my washing machine and I don't want to ride that either

yeah I know they are i owned 3(except that damm voltage reg on the one vfr,I owe them for that one (

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