2009 Triumph Speedmaster with only 977 miles. Blue on Blue paint with flat black engine and covers. 900cc fuel injected engine with old-school air filter styling. Dual overhead cams and large oil cooler. Hydraulic dual-disk brakes in the front and one in back. Has a custom headlight and turn signals that match the vintage bikes. Well maintained and garage kept. Be original and stand out from the usual old Harley!
NADA value is at $7,100 but only asking $6250
Call Mark at 801-782-1550 (home)
Email at CarterJames99@gmail.com
Triumph Speedmaster Test Ride - Failure!
This was a video of a test ride on a Triumph Speedmaster. Using the Veho
Micro Muvi camera mounted on my brother's helmet. However the video results
were not as spectacular as we hoped. The Exhaust sounded good though. Next time the
camera stays on my helmet.
2004 Triumph Speedmaster Build C.S.P Customs NZ
My 1st Bike i brought after my old man told me not to come home unless it
was on a Triumph! Then i stripped it down and made it my own, so much more
done to the motor but thats for me to know. Now im bored and wanting to do
it again but to another bike anything but a Harley. Cheers to the old man
"Big Ussh" for all the help and late night drinking sessions.Photos go on
for a bit but i made this for my mates over seas to see it.Theres a little
burnout at the end if your patient.
Peace out from New Zealand
Music Nz Band: Six60 Choice of the Chosen
CitySikPirates C.S.P Ltd
2012 Triumph Speedmaster with BC Bomber exhaust
865cc Parallel twin 2012 Triumph Speedmaster. Idle set to ~1000-1200 RPM.
270 degree firing interval
MODS: British Customs Bomber Exhaust,
Air box removal kit with Dual K&N air filter, SAI (Secondary Air Injection)
removal, O2 Sensor removal, NGK Iridium Spark plugs, Triumph Off Road fuel
Triumph Speedmaster vs Harley-Davidson 883 Iron vs Kawasaki VN900
The new £6,749 Triumph Speedmaster takes on the £6,699 Harley-Davidson
883 Iron and £7,000 Kawaski VN900 in our test of the middleweight
cruisers, that offer custom motorcycle styling without the inflated
pricetag and size of the bigger cruisers.
Surprisingly, they don't feel cheap and can almost offer the same
experience as their bigger custom brothers but for half the price. With the
Harley and Triumph you also buy in to the 'brand', whereas the Kawasaki
lacks kudos but makes up for it with the mean, pseudo hard tail styling,
with the hidden rear shock giving not only cleaner lines, but also better
ride quality than the others.
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