New Beautiful Triumphs.....coming...wait...wait...

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    Ah yes - Triumphs answer to Screaming Eagle?
     
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    I think its awesome Triumph is making more offerings!

    However, my Rocket is gonna be a Jeffs Garage Custom.
     
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    It only means you'll have to pay more for what you want. Apart from essential parts everything will be an optional extra.
     
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    At least it appears that Triumph is trying to make the name known. They have the Moto 2 deal, that should get them lot's of advertisement, now if they just spend some money on TV and magazines.
     
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    So lots of cup holders but no wheels!
     
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    It's amazing just how far Triumph has come since John Bloor took it over. And to think, he was a plasterer and home builder. Shows what imagination, passion and drive can do. Thank you John Bloor for what you've given to the motorcycling world.
     
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