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KayTee

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New tyres

For the past few years I've used Bridgestones on my bike, and been very happy with them.On my current bike (2004 ST), I decided this time to try the Conti 'Road Attack', saved a few quid and the write ups on them were good.I'm really pleased with them, excellent feel straight out of the box, better than the Bridgestones in the wet, handling is changed slightly with a faster turn in.Time will tell what the durability is like, I've done 2000 miles so far. The Bridgestones consistantly gave me about 7200 on the rear, so if I can get more ...

  • Created 09 April 2007 10:55 by KayTee
  • Last comment 8 years ago ago by plester
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  • Last comment 5 years ago ago by glynipig
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  • Last comment 6 years ago ago by bonnylad
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trumpet

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going .going.gone

Looks like these posts will be wiped shortly.got my eye on a CBF1000 next year as a 70th birthday pressy,first bike Ive fancied over RS.BYE

  • Created 18 June 2006 11:07 by trumpet
  • Last comment 9 years ago ago by Robell
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trumpet

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not retired oct 04

could'nt bear sell it .looks like everybody else has.on the way to 40000 now an not missed a beat.

  • Created 19 February 2006 19:18 by trumpet
  • Last comment 9 years ago ago by Robell
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meandean

Bikes

gearing

I have had my Rs for two or three weeks now and am still having problems pulling away smoothly especially two up. It seems to me that first gear is quite high and I am having to rev to about 2-3000 rpm and slip the clutch for a smooth pull away. I am an experienced rider and have never had problems with previous bikes, even a low powered Diversion 600 that I had a few years ago which pulled away smoothly two up with minimum revs. Has any one else noticed this or am I just taking longer to get ...

  • Created 15 August 2005 07:44 by meandean
  • Last comment 10 years ago ago by Flame
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leedando

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New Triumph website

Hello, I've just uploaded a new Triumph website, the Triumph Motorcycles Archive. It is very much in the initial stages but would be grateful for any pictures or information that people could mail me to progress it. There is a link on the website to email me. http://www.triumpharchive.plus.com Cheers Lee

  • Created 24 August 2005 09:54 by leedando
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meandean

Bikes

Rack/Top box

I am considering buying an 03 regd Rs. It is maybe an earlier bike as it has the 108bhp engine and twin swing arm. I need to fit a rack and top box, has anyone got any ideas of a good quality but value for money solution?

  • Created 16 July 2005 21:28 by meandean
  • Last comment 10 years ago ago by meandean
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