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Triumph Street Triples recalled for shock absorber problem

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Chris Newbigging, 25 March 2008 13:59

Triumph is advising owners of the Street Triple 675 to return their bikes to a dealer as soon as possible to rectify a possible defect in the rear shock absorber. The service bulletin has been issued worldwide, and a statement on Triumph’s US website says: “In-service monitoring has identified a potential problem with the rear suspension unit fitted to a ...

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Triumph Street Triples recalled for shock absorber problem

Triumph is advising owners of the Street Triple 675 to return their bikes to a dealer as soon as possible to rectify a possible defect in the rear shock absorber. The service bulletin has been issued worldwide, and a statement on Triumph’s US website says: “In-service monitoring has identified a potential problem with the rear suspension unit fitted to a ...

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  • 25 March 2008

Evel Knievel tribute Triumph Bonneville motorcycle

The bike most commonly linked with the late stunt great Evel Knievel might have been a Harley Davison, but the bike he made his name on was a Triumph – the machine he used for his Caesars Palace jump. In October Middlesex dealer Jack Lilley began work on a bike to commemorate the pivotal moment in Evel Knievel’s career, but ...

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  • 30 December 2007

World’s wildest Triumph Rocket III?

Whether you like American custom styles or not, it’s impossible to deny the DuSold designs Triumph Rocket III grabs attention. The 2300cc Triumph Rocket III engine is barely recognisable under a coat of blue and turquoise paint, and the long, muted standard exhaust pipes are replaced with short open pipe that snake down from the motorcycle’s exhaust ports. Unbelievably, custom ...

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  • 07 August 2007

Neon blue Triumph Daytona 675

An MCN reader has spotted one of next year’s Triumph Daytona 675s on a recent factory tour. Triumph Speed Four owner Steve Robinson told MCN: “I went on the tour of the Hinckley factory - it was a great day, and I was that Triumph are doing the Triumph Daytona 675 in Neon blue next year, my Speed Four’s colour.” Steve ...

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  • 03 August 2007

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