RE: [TriumphTrophy] Re: Buying a Trophy
> -----Original Message-----<snip>
> From: jim.miles96
> Nope, not too worried about the mileage thing I was just curiousSomeone on this group (and it wasn't me) once said 'If you feel you have to
> because of the recent posts.
> I really appreciate all the feedback.
ask about the mileage then this isn't the bike for you'
I have to agree in that I do concern myself with fuel consumption on all my
other vehicles, but the Trophy 1200 has something else that overrides any
concern on penny pinching on fuel. What I would also is that my Trophy 1200
has been a very low maintenance cost bike in all other respects. The dog's
Great power, good handling and head turning, even though this is now an 11
year old (oops, 12 year old) aesthetically designed bike.
Ken the Geordie SST 13
BSA A75R, A10, B40, D14, D10, D7 Triumph Trophy 1200
- --- In TriumphTrophy@yahoogroups.com, BWG3COY@... wrote:
> In a message dated 1/4/2008 6:40:55 PM GMT Standard Time,
> motoworld2001@... writes:
> I've had a pair of light mounted there for 6 years now and have
> never had them contact any surfaces, even when riding off road...
> Front suspension is set as per factory spec!!!
> Tom D.
> I may try that Tom
> John Bonnewell
> Flag as it should be
I have posted several more pictures that show some of the
details of the installation. Please let me know if you would like
some additional information.