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HTB Newbie
« on: March 03, 2019, 12:39:50 PM »
Thanks for the add  :031:

Just purchased a 2014 Striple R a couple of weeks ago for fun on the road and own a Africa Twin for commuting. Been riding on and off for 35 + yrs and have had most styles of bike at one stage or another. I had a Sprint RS 955i in the past and loved engine but hated the styling (semi-fared) so not totally new to Triumph.

Mods on the striple, Scorpion end can, QSX quickshifter (fitted yesterday), bar end mirrors (a pig to fit), levers, engine covers, screen and bar risers (waiting to fit).

AE50, KE125, Fazer 600, CRM250, Sprint RS 955i, GSXR 750, Duke II 640, Blade RR, GSXR 750, VN1500, Vespa GTS 300, 1200GS, CRF250
Current Africa Twin & Street Triple 675R

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Re: HTB Newbie
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2019, 11:00:59 PM »
Welcome HTB,
Nice looking rides and some choice mods on the striple.
Are you sure you commute on that AT?, it looks very clean - or is that a pic from when it was brand new.
My step father has a AT in the white / blue / red. Claims he loves it, but he has a CB500F too which uses a lot of the time, even on a Scotland trip! Not even seen the Guzzi Breva 1100 he bought recently. Retired folks!
Lots of Street Trip advice and banter on here, and plenty of serial bike owners too.
There must be some BMW GS owners, but they are keeping quite.

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