14973RE: RE: Want one...any advise?
- Dec 2, 2013
+1 ha ha. My wife took one ride on my 99 TBS when I bought it 7 years ago and swore "never again". She's perfectly happy all day on my old Tonti Guzzi
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Welcome to the group, Sandy.
Be aware that those beautiful upswept pipes come with pillion seating that has been described as "gynecological". A 2000 or newer will make your significant other much happier if s/he rides with you. Other than that? Their all an absolute hoot! Best all round street bike I've ridden (and currently my other ride is a 2009 Street Triple R).
---In firstname.lastname@example.org, <sandyyoungphoto@...> wrote:Good morning all,Just joined the group.I am in ScotlandHave been without a bike for 6 months now and although I wanted a Triumph didn't want a brand new one or a old one, but love the look of the TBS which I have decided on.Just looking on any advise when buying, what to look out for that sort of thing.Think I have narrowed it down to a 98 or 99, Love the up swept pipes and alloy wheels.I have seen one on the internet for £3900 with 18k miles?Thanks for taking the time to reply.
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