Triumph Bonneville America –

Rubric: Triumph | 2 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Triumph Bonneville America –
Triumph Bonneville America –

Cool, a cruiser you can ride without Harmful Psychic Repercussions Torrance, California, July 3, 2002 — Maybe I do have too much self-image tied up in the motorcycles I ride, but the fact remains that on many cruisers, I feel like some sort of exhibitionist clown. The typical cruiser to me too often feels like the motorcycling equivalent of a 70’s land yacht: too much festoonery, too many functionless protuberances, too much weight for too little performance–too landau-roof- with-opera-windows. Maybe I’m getting old, or maybe I’ve been riding too many high-powered crotch rockets lately, or is it that I’ve been having too much fun on underpowered bikes like ...

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Triumph America No Baffles

Rubric: Triumph | 30 May 2015 | Comments Off on Triumph America No Baffles
Triumph America No Baffles

Tag Archive Even then, it was a childhood dream to ride a motorcycle I was rooting around in some old photo albums recently, and came across this picture, which is me on my very first motorcycle ride… The picture was taken around 1970, most likely on a family trip to the Sandy Hook boardwalk (the same one that was destroyed in Hurricane Sandy last fall.) As far as I can tell, this was my first experience riding a motorcycle. The haircut is unfortunate (a DIY bowl cut courtesy of my mom). The sweater isn’t the most stylin’ one out there, but it was lovingly hand-knitted by my nonna . who was ALWAYS knitting. I was fascinated with motorcycles from the beginning. I remember gazing out ...

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Compare Triumph America to Triumph Speedmaster eHow

Rubric: Triumph | 27 May 2015 | Comments Off on Compare Triumph America to Triumph Speedmaster eHow
Compare Triumph America to Triumph Speedmaster eHow

Compare Triumph America to Triumph Speedmaster Engine Comparison The engines of the America and the Speedmaster are both 865 cc and have twin cylinders. The cylinder bore of both these engines has a diameter of 3.5 inches and the stroke piston moves 2.6 inches. Both engines’ compression ratios are 9.2 to 1. Performance Comparison The engines of both the America and the Speedmaster are capable of producing a maximum of 60 horsepower when their engines are operating at 6,800 revolutions per minute. The peak torque rating of both motorcycles is 53 foot-pounds when operating at 3,300 rpm. More Like This Comments You May Also Like Triumph Motorcycles Limited has been a well-known manufacturer ...

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Nick’s 2004 Triumph America

Rubric: Triumph | 26 May 2015 | Comments Off on Nick’s 2004 Triumph America
Nick’s 2004 Triumph America

Nick’s 2004 Triumph America The Triumph Bonneville’s tubby older sister is a pretty homely unit by anyone’s standard. Probably drop-dead reliable and comfortable, but what a bland package. Our friend Nick summed up the Triumph America perfectly when he opined, This thing looks like the Brits said, ‘What do Americans want?’ Forwards, big ugly tank, windshield, lots of chrome; just tart up a Bonnie with that trash and call it the America ! The result is an assault on our collective patriotic sensibilities. Nick picked one up anyway, before his custom motorcycle pallet had matured, and he thought it was OK. It didn’t take much exposure to proper customs for ...

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Corbin Motorcycle Seats & Accessories Triumph Bonneville America 80…

Rubric: Triumph | 22 May 2015 | Comments Off on Corbin Motorcycle Seats & Accessories Triumph Bonneville America 80…
Corbin Motorcycle Seats & Accessories Triumph Bonneville America 80…

An outstanding Solo Saddle Passenger Pillion for the Bonneville America. Designed to provide maximum rider comfort combined with a classy, nostalgic look. Provides the use of our removable rider’s backrest for 14 inches of vertical back support. Our sculpted seating position gives maximized body contact and provides true touring comfort with a bucket that gives plenty of vertical support. Our neutralized seat platform offers an easier reach to the ground and a more ergonomic position on the bike. Corbin’s rear seat (Pillion Pad) easily bolts up along with the Corbin solo and keeps a sleek, vintage look with capabilities for passengers. We build this model to look sly, but use our ...

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Triumph America: A Love Story No Baffles

Rubric: Triumph | 22 May 2015 | Comments Off on Triumph America: A Love Story No Baffles
Triumph America: A Love Story No Baffles

Triumph America: A Love Story In May 2011 I made what I consider to be one of the worst decisions of my life: I traded my beloved 2008 Triumph America for a bigger bike, a Triumph Rocket III Touring. I had gotten it in my head that I needed a big bike. Not just a big bike, the BIGGEST bike. Almost from the moment I brought the Rocket III home from the dealership, I realized it wasn’t the right bike for me. I really missed my America. I was sorry I had traded it in. I was disappointed in myself for getting bitten by the ‘bigger is better’ bug and had been kicking myself ever since. I pined to have an America back in my stable again. Early this season I sold the Rocket and bought a used ...

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2012 Triumph America Comparison – Motorcycle USA

Rubric: Triumph | 18 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on 2012 Triumph America Comparison – Motorcycle USA
2012 Triumph America Comparison – Motorcycle USA

2012 Triumph America Comparison The Triumph America was a unique entry in the 2012 Women’s Cruiser Shootout. Check out the 2012 Triumph America video . The Triumph America arrives for this shootout recently revamped in the 2011 model year. The British marque revised its entry-level cruiser for friendlier ergonomics, moving the handlebars and foot controls toward the rider, as well as hacking more than an inch off its seat height -lowering it to 27.1 inches. It’s a revision that should serve well toward catering to the growing women’s market. The America is the first British riding experience for most of our test riders and the only Parallel Twin in the lineup. Like the ...

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Triumph Bonneville America Specifications

Rubric: Triumph | 17 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Triumph Bonneville America Specifications
Triumph Bonneville America Specifications

2002 Triumph Bonneville America Bold, stylish and unmistakably Triumph, the Bonneville America is every inch the classic cruiser in the stateside mould – low-slung, laid-back and built to turn dreams of riding the open highway or cruising city streets in style into reality. Taking its look from a blend of typically Triumph touches and the quintessential form of the classic cruiser, the Bonneville America is Triumph’s most vibrant design statement yet. Designed specifically for riders seeking an alternative to American hardware or Japanese equivalents, this evocative creation cleverly marries chopper and lowrider styling elements to form a true original. At the heart of the machine ...

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Triumph Bonneville America – Road Test & Review – Motorcycle Cruiser

Rubric: Triumph | 30 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Triumph Bonneville America – Road Test & Review – Motorcycle Cruiser
Triumph Bonneville America – Road Test & Review – Motorcycle Cruiser

Anglo-American: Triumph Bonneville America Motorcycle Test Having established its technical credentials, Triumph finally built a real heritage model in 2000. That bike, the Bonneville, not only captured the style and appeal of its 1960s counterpart, it was powered by an air-cooled vertical twin like the original, though the completely new engine was bigger and more modern. That bike was an immediate success for Triumph, even in the U.S. However, the company also realized that American motorcyclists want cruisers, so a second version of the Bonneville, the America, arrived for 2002. This bike meshes British and American traditions. The British side brings the vertical twin engine, the unmistakably ...

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2012 Triumph America Review – Ultimate MotorCycling

Rubric: Triumph | 9 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on 2012 Triumph America Review – Ultimate MotorCycling
2012 Triumph America Review – Ultimate MotorCycling

2012 Triumph America | Review 2012 Triumph Motorcycle If it’s all about the journey, the 2012 Triumph America is just the ticket. Settle into the comfortable seat, turn the key below your left thigh, flick the start button and forget about everything else. This easy and comfortable cruiser allows the rider to focus on the sights, sounds and smells of the ride, instead of keeping half a mind on the bike beneath. A mechanically-close relative of the Triumph Streetmaster, the 2012 America is an intuitive ride, with ergonomics that place the rider in an all-day comfortable, slightly laidback seating position. The handlebars sweep back so that your hands fall naturally to the grips for effortless ...

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