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2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 Black

2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 Black

$5,895

New Haven, Vermont

Year 2014

Make Triumph

Model Bonneville T100 Black

Category -

Engine -

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2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 Black, completely custom must see! 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 Black If the easy-going style of the regular Bonneville T100 is a bit too tame for you, we ve created the mean n moody Bonneville T100 Black. From its custom shop-style, black-rimmed spoke wheels past its black-cased engine with machined fin highlights to its black bars and mirrors, this is a bike that makes a statement without really tryingOf course it s still a Bonneville at heart, with a soulful, fuel injected 865cc parallel twin engine and sweet-sounding peashooter exhausts, a commanding riding position and more than enough power for both newbie riders and those with more miles under their wheels. Standard Features May Include: Bodywork As you would expect from the bike s name, the bodywork wears deep Jet Black paintwork. Engine The Bonneville T100 Black has muscle to match its mean looks, as its 865cc parallel twin engine puts out a healthy 68PS. It also gives 68Nm of torque at its peak, with plenty available at low revs so it s really user-friendly and more than punchy enough, both around town and on the open road. Clever electronic fuel injection means this engine pulls smoothly throughout the rev range, so you ll always have something in reserve.It wouldn t be a Bonneville without a parallel-twin cylinder engine and this one s a beauty. Its 865cc capacity makes it more powerful than Bonnevilles of old, but modern technology mean great versatility and economy too, while balance shafts leave just enough vibration to remind you that you are riding an all-time great. Of course it s air-cooled, meaning there s no radiator to block the view of this engineering icon. Frame Great handling and a relaxing ride have always been Bonneville traits. Years of getting the basics right mean that we make bikes that are reassuringly easy to ride. Suspension We wouldn t want a bumpy road to spoil your ride, so we fit traditional, black-sprung twin shocks at the back that combine iconic style with modern performance, while up front, black, gaitered telescopic forks keep things well controlled. Brakes We ve matched the front and rear disc brakes to give a progressive, balanced braking performance that suits the Bonneville Black s power and weight, giving the rider confidence and control. Handling We re not talking all show and no go with the Bonneville Black. Its tubular steel cradle frame may look old school, but clever design means that the engine combines with the frame to give the bike the extra stiffness that s sure to put a smile on your face on every ride. Riding Position Cool on city streets and relaxed on the open road, the Bonneville Black s riding positi

2014 Triumph Bonneville Standard

2014 Triumph Bonneville Standard

$5,895

New Haven, Vermont

Year 2014

Make Triumph

Model Bonneville Standard

Category -

Engine -

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2014 Triumph Bonneville Standard, completely custom must see! 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 Black If the easy-going style of the regular Bonneville T100 is a bit too tame for you, we ve created the mean n moody Bonneville T100 Black. From its custom shop-style, black-rimmed spoke wheels past its black-cased engine with machined fin highlights to its black bars and mirrors, this is a bike that makes a statement without really tryingOf course it s still a Bonneville at heart, with a soulful, fuel injected 865cc parallel twin engine and sweet-sounding peashooter exhausts, a commanding riding position and more than enough power for both newbie riders and those with more miles under their wheels. Standard Features May Include: Bodywork As you would expect from the bike s name, the bodywork wears deep Jet Black paintwork. Engine The Bonneville T100 Black has muscle to match its mean looks, as its 865cc parallel twin engine puts out a healthy 68PS. It also gives 68Nm of torque at its peak, with plenty available at low revs so it s really user-friendly and more than punchy enough, both around town and on the open road. Clever electronic fuel injection means this engine pulls smoothly throughout the rev range, so you ll always have something in reserve.It wouldn t be a Bonneville without a parallel-twin cylinder engine and this one s a beauty. Its 865cc capacity makes it more powerful than Bonnevilles of old, but modern technology mean great versatility and economy too, while balance shafts leave just enough vibration to remind you that you are riding an all-time great. Of course it s air-cooled, meaning there s no radiator to block the view of this engineering icon. Frame Great handling and a relaxing ride have always been Bonneville traits. Years of getting the basics right mean that we make bikes that are reassuringly easy to ride. Suspension We wouldn t want a bumpy road to spoil your ride, so we fit traditional, black-sprung twin shocks at the back that combine iconic style with modern performance, while up front, black, gaitered telescopic forks keep things well controlled. Brakes We ve matched the front and rear disc brakes to give a progressive, balanced braking performance that suits the Bonneville Black s power and weight, giving the rider confidence and control. Handling We re not talking all show and no go with the Bonneville Black. Its tubular steel cradle frame may look old school, but clever design means that the engine combines with the frame to give the bike the extra stiffness that s sure to put a smile on your face on every ride. Riding Position Cool on city streets and relaxed on the open road, the Bonneville Black s riding position

1998 Triumph Tiger  1998 Triumph Tiger 885

1998 Triumph Tiger 1998 Triumph Tiger 885

$1,800

Hartland, Vermont

Year 1998

Make Triumph

Model Tiger

Category Adventure

Engine 885

Posted Over 1 Month

"1998 Triumph Tiger 900" triple. All is good other than the Sprag Clutch. New tires (Continental TKC 80), chain, sprockets, brakes, plugs, coils, etc. Then the starter went, so if you have one of these here is another and mostly good parts, or if you want an exceptional bike for pavement or gravel and do the repair, you will have an incredible ride. My focus has moved more into the back country so I have finally made the difficult decision to move on.

2016 Triumph Bonneville T100 Black

2016 Triumph Bonneville T100 Black

$7,495

New Haven, Vermont

Year 2012

Make Triumph

Model Tiger 800 XC

Category -

Engine -

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2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC, Excellent condition pre-owned Triumph Tiger XC Are you ready for your adventure? 2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC Built to take the worst you can throw at it, the Tiger 800 XC has been fully equipped to handle autobahns and green lanes with equal aplomb. The 800cc three-cylinder engine sets new standards in the adventure bike class, smoothly delivering plentiful torque at low revs for accurate off-road riding and combining it with more than adequate top end power for relaxed high-speed cruising. With its rugged steel frame and long travel suspension the Tiger 800 XC has been designed for the rough stuff, with a host of optional accessories available for riders planning to spend more time off the pavement than on it. The high specification includes a factory-fitted immobilizer, adjustable 45mm upside down front forks, adjustable rider seat and hand guards. Adjustable tapered aluminum handlebars add a touch of class and off-road durability to the Tiger 800 XC, while the optional anti-lock braking system can be switched off for off-road riding. Features Maximum Adjustibility Handlebars and rider seat are both adjustable for optimal rider comfort. Suspension Chunky 45mm upside down forks adorn the front of the Tiger 800 XC. Plus there's long travel for comfort on road and compliance, when you take to the rough stuff. Switchable ABS Anti-lock brakes can be switched off for off-road riding. Built in Rear Rack Well appointed rear rack doubles as generously proportioned passenger grab rail. High Capacity Generator Class leading 645w generator allows the Tiger 800 XC to be fully loaded with journey-enhancing electrical accessories.

2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC

2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC

$7,495

New Haven, Vermont

Year 2012

Make Triumph

Model Tiger 800 XC

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC, Excellent condition pre-owned Triumph Tiger XC Are you ready for your adventure? 2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC Built to take the worst you can throw at it, the Tiger 800 XC has been fully equipped to handle autobahns and green lanes with equal aplomb. The 800cc three-cylinder engine sets new standards in the adventure bike class, smoothly delivering plentiful torque at low revs for accurate off-road riding and combining it with more than adequate top end power for relaxed high-speed cruising. With its rugged steel frame and long travel suspension the Tiger 800 XC has been designed for the rough stuff, with a host of optional accessories available for riders planning to spend more time off the pavement than on it. The high specification includes a factory-fitted immobilizer, adjustable 45mm upside down front forks, adjustable rider seat and hand guards. Adjustable tapered aluminum handlebars add a touch of class and off-road durability to the Tiger 800 XC, while the optional anti-lock braking system can be switched off for off-road riding. Features Maximum Adjustibility Handlebars and rider seat are both adjustable for optimal rider comfort. Suspension Chunky 45mm upside down forks adorn the front of the Tiger 800 XC. Plus there's long travel for comfort on road and compliance, when you take to the rough stuff. Switchable ABS Anti-lock brakes can be switched off for off-road riding. Built in Rear Rack Well appointed rear rack doubles as generously proportioned passenger grab rail. High Capacity Generator Class leading 645w generator allows the Tiger 800 XC to be fully loaded with journey-enhancing electrical accessories.

1996 Buell Lightning X1/S1

1996 Buell Lightning X1/S1

$3,595

New Haven, Vermont

Year 2003

Make Triumph

Model Speed Master

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2003 Triumph Speed Master, This bike is in excellent condition with very low miles for the year. It has locking saddle bags and is a unique alterative to other cruisers on the market.

1970 Triumph Daytona 500 T100R

1970 Triumph Daytona 500 T100R

$3,200

Brandon, Vermont

Year 1970

Make Triumph

Model Daytona 500 T100R

Category Custom Motorcycles

Engine 500 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

1970 Triumph Daytona 500 T100R, 1970 triumph T100R chopper it is the dual carb daytona and is fast and fun, needs transmission bearings replaced, taillight and battery, The '70 Chopper is a complete bike with new wiring, throttle cables and clutch cable. I also have a 1968 T100 motor and transmission for parts the '68 motor/trans has no top end, trans door or sidecovers. Asking 3,200.00 for the pair or... Trade for 1980 or newer Harley prefer FL models however I will consider all models and years $3,200.00

1996 Triumph Thunderbird

1996 Triumph Thunderbird

$4,000

Tinmouth, Vermont

Year 1996

Make Triumph

Model Thunderbird

Category Classic Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1996 Triumph Thunderbird , Selling my '96 t'bird because I want to get into dualsport riding. I have replaced the ignition pick up coil, all 3 ignition coils, battery, and had the carbs tuned. I also replaced the exhaust cans in these pictures with quieter (but still make a healthy noise) Emgo tunable baffled slip-on pipes. There are no issues with the bike, it is ready to ride! $4,000.00

Triumph : Other 1965 triumph tr 6 s c

Triumph : Other 1965 triumph tr 6 s c

$8,950

Essex Junction, Vermont

Year 1965

Make Triumph

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

This is a repost as a Buy It Now. A buyer from NH ended up bailing on us. This is a neat write up about a special bike. ***************************************************************************** For you Classic Bike fans in general, and vintage Triumph enthusiasts in particular, my partner Nick is parting with his one-owner TR6 S/C. This is a quintessential 650 Triumph in desert sled guise as a "Sport" / "Competition". These are rare bikes - yes, more rare than a Bonnie. The story of how he put this bike together out of a crate while working at a local Triumph dealer in the 60's and the journey they have both been on since then is worth the read. Nick and I own The Classic Bike Experience here in Essex, VT, and he is the Triumph subject matter expert in our group. A bad back and a desire to see the bike used has led him to the decision to part with it. Only to a good home folks. If you can't appreciate what you are looking at, then best to find something else. The bike will be listed on eBay shortly, so if you are keen to check it out, call or better yet, drop by the shop and see it for yourself. Jack **************************************************************************** 1965 Triumph TR6S/C Vin # DU19654 Owners statementJuly 6, 2015 I bought this motorcycle in late Fall of 1964. I was working as a Toolmaker's Apprentice for General Electric and the Toolmaker I was working under was Frank Pelkey, the owner of Frank's Motorcycle Sales in Essex Center VT. He offered me a job nights and weekends assembling motorcycles from the crates and "commissioning" them. When this model was announced, only (2) units were allocated to new England and I spoke up for one of them. I had become partial to the TR6's as they were less finicky about carb settings and not significantly different in output power. The bike was originally fitted with a single speedometer by VDO, center mounted above the headlight. This unit was prone to collecting water and becoming hard to turn to the point that the cable would break after several years. I replaced the cable regularly and had the speedo rebuilt by VDO twice. As a result, the total mileage became very unclear. Several times I would run the bike for a month or two without the speedo , as I was on a limited budget. (who has extra money when they are 20 years old?) In the summer of 1965 I rode it every day rain or shine as it was my only transportation and my girlfriend at the time had taken a job in Hartford CT after graduating from college, so my routine became simple; ride back and forth to work every day, 4;30 Friday night, hammer down the road from Burlington to Hartford and hammer back Sunday afternoon. Lots of miles, never a break-down on the road. I was very faithful to the oil change routine, 1000 miles or less between changes used Quaker State exclusively, bought it by the case. I also did motor work while at Frank's and saw first-hand what happened to engines that didn't get regular oil changes. I couldn't afford new parts so I was very careful to not need them. One weekend I didn't go to Hartford as the dragstrip in Milton VT having a "run what you brung" event that I couldn't resist. I managed to match Cycle World's road test results exactly with an ET of 15.88 @ 88mph through the ¼ mile. This was the only time I dragged it against the timer, all other contests were impromptu and based on circumstance.. I will say that a properly tuned TR6 will whip ass on a poorly tuned Bonneville everytime. Timing settings and technique on 4CA points plate bikesare true separators of skilled mechanics from hackers. The later points plates with individually adjustable and timeable points are much to be desired if points are your thing. I got married to my girlfriend in 1966, so the long rides came to an end and I also had access to a car now and then so the bike became a little less used but still regularly ridden to work and on weekends. In 1967, BSA came out with the 650 vertical twins in a grey painted frame. I thought this was the greatest look in motorcycles so I blew my bike apart one lost weekend and painted everything on it that was black a lovely Kelly green courtesy of Rustoleum spray cans. One of the dumber things I did while in my 20's, but certainly not the only one. (Getting married ranks right up there) Being Dinks during the mid 60's led to a lot of different activities not all of which resulted in the motorcycle being the center of my world. I rode on a bob sled team one winter, (1966 I think) and rode over on the bike in the spring to Mt. Van Hoevenberg to show my wife the bobsled run when it wasn't quite so cold. During that ride I was shoved off the access road by a station wagon intent on using the whole road . The resulting dump in the ditch bent the handlebars slightly and scraped the rim of the headlight. The bars have been replaced but the headlight ring still shows the scar from that episode. 1967 became a year of change for me and the bike. The Vietnam War was going strong and my graduation from the GE Toolmakers Apprentice program meant my draft exemption was up for review. Once I was re-classified, the handwriting was "Writ Large" on my wall, so I enlisted 24 hours before I was drafted in to the US Army. A very good friend agreed to keep the bike for me and ride it regularly while I was in service to my uncle and he was as anal a person as I was about oil changes and maintenance, so I felt it was in good hands. This proved to be the case as I returned 2 years, 11 months and 22 days later to a motorcycle running as good as I had left it and undamaged by its time in another shed. In 1970, I rode it regularly back to work and anywhere that my interests lay including Sunday morning breakfast rides by the local BMW contingent. No discrimination, any two wheeled vehicle was welcomed. 1971 was the year I began serious dirt riding, Suzuki 185's then Cam Am 175's, so the Triumph took a back seat to those interests, although I did brush-bash the Crown Point Military Road for about 30 miles before realizing it wasn't the desert and a 'Western desert sled" wasn't a good "Northeast Stump Jumper" This was the year that the Dunlop Trials Universals went away in favor of K70's and then a K81 for the rear. Replacing the stock sidecar gearing setup with one tooth higher countershaft sprocket pushed the TR6 into highway only territory from then on. Riding it regularly until 1977 when the world fell apart, getting divorced and selling almost everything I owned of value. At that time British motorcycles were relatively worthless due to the Japanese takeover of the motorcycle world. I couldn't get $300 for it. I was determined not to give it away, so I used my military training and preserved it with cosmoline and other materials to ensure it would endure many years in storage without serious detrimental effect. Moving into skuzzy apartments and having little cash for any pursuits other than life support led to a long dry spell in motorcycling. That spell ended in 2009 when I entered into a Classic Bike Cooperative, the forerunner of the Classic Bike Experience. I started restoration and re-commissioning the TR6 in 2009, letting it slide while starting up the business end of CBE and finished the restoration in 2014. It is now complete and needs completion of the initial break-in period, having been run about 65 miles in test and fettling. Details of engine rebuild: New rings, valves, guides, intake seals added, cylinder honed for new rings, taper =.0005 or less. Bore is standard. Cam reground by WEBCAM, lifters refaced. 6CA points plate fitted. (4CA available) New shell bearings, new ball and roller mains. Sludge trap cleaned. Gearbox; This is the W/R option (Wide Ratio) All new ball and needle bearings and thrust rings. New correct ratio speedometer drive gears. (Sidecar gears originally fitted available) Chassis and Body: New paint by Bob Myers Cycle Colors, Burnished Gold with White with the correct pin striping. New control cables and speedo cable. New rubbers on footpegs, K/S & gearshifter. New chain and sprockets. The bike has all original parts either on it or in boxes waiting to be re-used by a future owner. List of changes from original condition" Visible: Dunlop K70 & K81 tires in lieu of Trials Universal. Stainless rims replaced the rusted Dunlop items. Folding foot-pegs, an option added in 1967. (originals available) Later model (1966) rear brake drum with bolt-on sprocket Weber oil rocker feed manifold LED taillight (6V) Pillion peg extensions Single Smiths Speedometer fitted (original VDO and bracket available) Battery tender lead Invisible: Battery cut-off switch added under seat with removable key Spin-on type oil filter added in return line, located above center stand behind engine. Speedo drive gears to match sprocket configuration (originals available) Engine has "lightened" cam drive gears per John Healy design. (originals available) Engine is internally updated to latest ball and roller crankshaft mains and location scheme Engine is prepared internally for Jay Straits venting scheme. Forward mount area is drilled for venting and drainback and filled with stainless steel mesh pack for baffling. External vent location is not drilled. Comment: Purists may say that the all black seat is not original, but it is and was fitted from the crate by me. The seat has not been re-covered. One of my conditions of purchase was that no one except me uncrated it and did the assembly. Also the small tail-light was fitted originally as the larger "bullet" style was being introduced in 1965 on the Bonnevilles, The TR6's were the "poor relations" as far as production priority was concerned as the Bonneville was the star seller. The headlight brackets do not look correct, as the holes in them were added in the late 60's to accommodate a set of Honda directional lights, long since scrapped. Nick Woodbury Owner.

Trim TR6S C

1963 Triumph Bonneville

1963 Triumph Bonneville

$13,700

Bristol, Vermont

Year 1963

Make Triumph

Model Bonneville

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1963 Triumph Bonneville, Perfectly restored & rebuilt including engine, entire frame & suspension, and correct Smiths Chronometric gauges. Every part has been restored, rebuilt, replaced and upgraded to correct Triumph specs. Matching numbers, T120 DU166 make this a very early Bonneville. Asking $13700, Located in LINCOLN VT 05443, Contact Tim at 802-453-7788 or email timware@att.net for more information., Mileage: 0

2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 SE

2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 SE

$8,195

New Haven, Vermont

Year 2014

Make Triumph

Model Street Triple R ABS

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2014 Triumph Street Triple R ABS, Like new with many extras, Triumph frame sliders, windcreen tail tidy kit rear seat cowl. 2014 Triumph Street Triple R ABS We have created the ultimate in finely honed, thrilling supersport performance packaged in a stunning streetfighter style, with our Street Triple R. To start with, there was no better bike than our Street Triple to base it on. It already had the advantage with a class leading engine and awesome, focussed looks. For the Street Triple R we've added high-end adjustable suspension and radially-mounted four-piston brakes, sharpened the geometry and given it a few visual tweaks that tell you this bike is different. Nothing else comes close to the Street Triple R. Standard Features May Include: Engine Today s three cylinder is smoother, revvier and more powerful than a twin but has the individuality and soundtrack that no four can come close to. As always, the torque curve on the Street Triple R is exhilarating from low revs to high. Staying above 43lb.ft from 3,000rpm right up to 12,500rpm so you can pull hard and instantly whatever the rev counter is showing. And, with a maximum of 106PS and less weight than ever before, there s enough for the odd thrilling track day. Exhaust Undoubtedly the most obvious change for the Street Triple R is the exhaust. Now tucked tight beneath the engine it gives the tail end a lean, more modern look and lowers the centre of gravity for even better handling. Sound The sound is now even better than before with the new intake path through the frame turning up volume for an even snarlier, more engaging sound than ever. Making the Street Triple R one of the most exciting motorcycles on the road today. Frame The geometry is sharper than the Street Triple's with a 0.7 degree steeper rake angle at 23.4 degrees and 4.6mm less trail at 95mm, designed to give the R even more responsive handling. Suspension A chassis as good as the Street Triple R s needs suspension to match, so it comes with KYB 41mm upside down forks with adjustable preload, rebound and compression damping, and a rear monoshock with piggy back reservoir adjustable for rebound and compression damping. Handling By making Street Triple R 6kg lighter with a 3 per cent increase in weight distribution over the front, now at 52 per cent, and with its mass more centralised, the Street Triple R is now more agile and responsive than ever. The overall design gives you the stability and confidence for an incredible riding experience. Brakes We ve uprated the brakes on the R with a pair of radially-mounted, four-piston Nissin callipers up front to give you exceptional braking force with almost telepathic feedback. Wheels and Tires

Triumph : Tiger Vintage 1971 Triumph 650 Tiger TR6R

Triumph : Tiger Vintage 1971 Triumph 650 Tiger TR6R

$3,000

Springfield, Vermont

Year 1971

Make Triumph

Model Tiger

Category -

Engine 650+.020

Posted Over 1 Month

Up for auction is a used mostly original 71 tr6r.it has a fresh bore,new pistons,rebuilt/de carbonized head,with original valves cleaned and relapped,with a brand new set of springs.everything in spec.the carb rebuilt,tank flushed,new petcocks and new exhaust pipes.is fitted with retro side covers,New batt.new chain,clutch and throttle cables.several other new miscellaneous parts.I got this bike in a trade,and did the work to make it a good runner/rider.It's no beauty queen,but would be a worthy restoration.it is missing a few parts such as mufflers,chain guard,center stand,mirrors,speedo and tack cable,blinkers,rear brake light switch,and probably a few more incidentals.Overall,I belive this to be a good solid platform for for multiple options.it has matching Frame,case and engine#s Real milege is unknown .sold to highest bidder,as is,as seen.Vt. is a non title state.I can supply a noterized bill of sale,or at buyers expense,a VT.regestration,that should,depending on your local laws be transferable. Shipping and delivery is the buyers responsibility,however,I am very willing to help out any way I can at buyers expense.Please,don't hesitate to ask questions.I'll do my best to answer them.I prefer to speak with interest bidders.reach me at 8028859766500.00$ deposit at end of auction,balance due in full within 48 hrs. Unless other arrangements are made prior to auctions end.

Trim Tr6r

2014 Triumph Tiger 800 ABS

2014 Triumph Tiger 800 ABS

$9,800

Brattleboro, Vermont

Year 2014

Make Triumph

Model Tiger 800 ABS

Category Dual Sport

Engine 800 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

2014 Triumph Tiger 800 ABS, Riding season is on! Here is just the ticket for getting out there, no matter where. Just over 2100 miles on this great adventure moto! Used for short 25-125 mile trips. (Riding, so mileage may climb). 800 triple powerplant produces 93bhp & 58ft.lbs of torque. Very smooth and agile. All great fun, and very capable for two-up rides! All original. Always garaged. Never dropped. Dealer serviced @ 500 miles. Comes with a Kreiga US-30 drybag / tailpack. Title in hand, ready to make it yours! $9,800.00

1979 Triumph Bonneville T140

1979 Triumph Bonneville T140

$4,200

Brownsville, Vermont

Year 1979

Make Triumph

Model Bonneville T140

Category Classic Motorcycles

Engine 750 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

1979 Triumph Bonneville T140, Bike has been care for and is in excellent running order. Lots of new parts to allow bike to run very well and look good. $4,200.00

Triumph : Bonneville Triumph Bonneville Black - LOW MILES - Lots of extras!

Triumph : Bonneville Triumph Bonneville Black - LOW MILES - Lots of extras!

$6,500

Brattleboro, Vermont

Year 2007

Make Triumph

Model Bonneville

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine 865

Posted Over 1 Month

Up for sale is my 2007 Triumph Bonneville Black. This bike is THE perfect marriage of classic lines and modern performance. Only 6,900 miles. Almost new Metzlers, spoked wheels, last year of the carbureted motor which I prefer to the later fuel injected engine. 865cc. 5 speed. Titled in my name in Vermont. The bike is configured beautifully with stock brown Triumph seat (shown) and I have a black racing cowl I will include as well. Also included is a King & Queen seat, and a custom made, integrated sissybar and rear rack combo (something that Triumph does not make). Also including the Givi topcase you see in the pics. Stock handlebar is upgraded to Norman Hyde. I'll also throw in the custom Steel Horse Bonneville rear stand, great for storing the bike and doing routine maintenance. The most notable upgrade is the hard, locking LeatherLyke bags (almost $500 on their own) and the custom mounting system I had made which is cool because when you remove the bags (which takes 10 seconds), there are no clunky racks like you usually see installed on these bikes (see pics). The metal work is the highest quality, and it’s part of what makes this particular bike look and feel so great. If you wanna hit the road on a Triumph with bags packed, this is your bike! It runs flawlessly. Starts right up. To summarize what is included:Factory Triumph SeatKing & Queen seatGivi top caseRemovable/interchangeable sissy bar/grab rail/rear rack custom made in the UKRemovable, hard, lockable LeatherLyke Panniers installed on the bike with a very clean, custom rail that is almost invisible when the bags are off the bike.Norman Hyde handlebarSteeHorse Rear StandMetlzers with less than 1000 miles on them. Upgraded bar end mirrors (the right hand one folds down)Clear chain guardUpgraded handlebarsClockThermometer I am selling to finance another purchase. Please check my feedback and bid with confidence. Email any questions. $500 deposit is due within 2 hours of auction end with balance to be paid via PayPal within 24 hours. Buyer is solely responsible for making shipping arrangements and cost of shipping. Bike is sold as is/where is. Thanks for looking! Thermometer Runs flawlessly. Selling to finance another purchase. _gsrx_vers_603 (GS 6.9 (603))

Trim T100