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Written on: 26/10/2012
I like standards. I have European Taste. I have owned a Honda ST1100 for 13 12 years. The Research / owner feedback on the Triumph Triples were very good. Here is my experience. Bought My Triumph 2nd hand with 30,000 miles on it this Spring 2012 The first week I fell over because I have this specific routine I must do to park a bike in this small area at work. I have owned dozens of bike..but for the first time...the steering maxed out and hit the steering stop which gave me just enough of a… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/12/2011
this is a nice triumph to own and ride , in the past owned a bsa lighting 650 lovely machine , but abit unreiable due to the bike shaking itself to bits, so this triumph it a great replacement due to being smooth to ride and sounds great since i put straight throu pipes on it,and a sisy bar plus some extra lights due to i do alot of night riding . all in this triumph is a great overal bike and gets of looks… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/12/2010
The Adventurer was made in 1996. The bike is basically a "derivative" of Thunderbird model.The bike is "uncommon" enjoying the unusual attention not only to devotees of classic lines.Resembling rather on a kruizer styled bike , recalls motorcycles from the time of the end of the 60s and the mid-70s years. Equipped with generous chrome plating, high handlebars, lower lying solo seat, massive rear fenders and exhaust - like a megaphone, placed on both sides of the motorcycle.
On a steel… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/12/2009
GLAZE HERE IN MINNESOTA...........
I OWN 2 OLDER XS650 YAMAHAS...........BOTH VERY RELIABLE AND A PLEASURE TO RIDE. OLD SCHOOL IN APPEARANCE
EVER SINCE I WAS A TEEN , I HAVE FOR SOME REASON BEEN DRAWN TO THE TRIUMPH BRAND. A NEARBY NEIGHBOR HAD A 63 BONNIVILLE. I ENVIED OWNERSHIP OF THAT BIKE. IT LOOKED AND SOUNDED COOLER THAN ANYTHING I HAD EVER SEEN.
I LOVED EVERYTHING ABOUT THAT BIKE , EXCEPT FOR THE RELIABILITY.
WELL AS MY AGE GOES UP , SO HAS MY DESIRE FOR COOL BIKE LIKE THAT 63....AND… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2009
Triumph Adventurer would be awsome with better shocks,and different pipes,to quiet.Allso would be better if it were a bit lower,would make for better control,great mid range power for a 900,over all great bike,love it!The bike seems to be a little heavy for a 900,but I guess the water is the culprit tere,anyway love British bikes,when are the nortons coming back,soon I hope. I am going to buy a new bonnie this spring,killer style on that bike.My bike only has 8000 miles on it so I will put a… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/06/2009
The Triumph Adventurer is one bad ass bike. Distintive looks, handling is phenominal, cruiser ride with rocket cornering, speed and power are perfect. I have been riding rice burners for a while now and this bike impresses the most for commuting and 150 mile jaunts… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/06/2009
The Triumph Adventurer is a great bike!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/03/2009 by guydavies (1 review written)
My Adventurer now has 90,000 k's on the speedo...Very enjoyable to ride, find the "very dark" plastic water tank impossible to see into, unless the tank is removed then remove the cap?? Why do the two tank lugs that lock onto the bike have sharp square edges? its very easy to puncture the water tank when fitting the tank, so easily fixed with a little filing...To me the bike has to much chrome, my bike now looks excellent with flat handlebars most of the chrome is now Satin Black, side covers… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/03/2009 by GoodKingJohn (2 reviews written)
I have done many miles (kms) on my 97 registered Triumph Adventurer and apart from a very occassional (and undetected) ignition problem causing lack of power (temporary cut out of 1 or 2 pots) had no problems. It reminds me of the 68 Bonneville I had as a kid except bigger in all directions. Gives good mpg on a medium throtlle, is over-engineered (like all Triumphs 1st Generation machines) . As an Engineer, this bike appeals to me because it does all the right things, reasonable performance… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/02/2009
Engine! Engine! Engine! This motor makes great, silky-smooth power and torque! The rear shock is harsh. Fit a $25 ZX7 shock and all is good. A great looking and performing blast from the past!… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/01/2008
I have to say that despite the shortcomings of the Triumph Adventurer, I still love it. It has the classic styling that gets attention from other bikers,has reasonable handling and is dependable with more that enough power to get you where your going. Change the mufflers to T-bird cans and custom fit Leatherlike bags I found on ebay that obscure the ugly bobbed rear fender with all the standard chrome and racked front forks this bike comes with. The bike has looks that could kill… Read Full Review
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