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  1. Capone_BR

    Capone_BR Member

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    #1381 Capone_BR, Jun 10, 2022
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    Thank you!
    This bike is a hoot to ride and a beauty to look at. I switched from a 2006 Harley Sportster and have not looked back.
     
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  2. Markus

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  3. Jean Marcel

    Jean Marcel New Member

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    Brand new 2022 t100. My only plans for mods are a comfy seat and a windshield. Other than that I love all the classic details on it.

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  4. SteveXFR

    SteveXFR Member

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    Here's my 2011 SE outside the local castle and in Cheddar Gorge. I couldn't sleep so went out at 5am this morning and had an excellent ride

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  5. DougM

    DougM Well-Known Member

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    I drove my Bonneville to the dealer 300 miles from here and had new tires installed and then drove back home all in the same day. In two weeks it will be 1 year old. I have over 9,000 km on her now. The new tires (tyres) are Roadriders. Here are a couple pics I took today out by the entrance to our local airport.
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  6. Markus

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    @DougM: Great pictures! Congratulations to the new tires.
     
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  7. tim scott

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    She is indeed a beauty :)
     
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  8. BonnieRiderPT

    BonnieRiderPT New Member

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    Hi all,

    Here she is! My first road bike, my first Triumph, my first Bonnie. Love it!

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  9. Rkt120

    Rkt120 Well-Known Member

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    How it’s looking at the moment, monster cafe is how I describe it FCB75AAA-EBFB-4F8D-8CC3-A8DC017BB874.jpeg
     
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  10. beerkat

    beerkat Senior Member

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    Nice to see someone doing something a little bit different, sometimes the pics on here all start to blur into one, at least this one would stand out in the carpark. I'm guessing it's a T120 because of the twin front disc. I like the fact that a lot of people wouldn't know. Another pic or two would be welcome, with a few details of the bits you've added or swopped. The engine cases are probably Motone but what about the side panels (maybe originals with stickers removed?), seat unit, front guard, shocks, exhaust and bars? Those tyres look a bit chunky, what are they? We need to know these things..well, I do :cool:
     
  11. RevPaul

    RevPaul Senior Member

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    That is a rowdy and lovely looking 120 you've put together:cool:. Are the handlebars flats or clip-ons? And what's it like riding a road bike on knobbly tyres? Enjoy your ride:) and stay safe.
     
  12. MTBskier

    MTBskier Well-Known Member

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    Bike looks great, love what you’ve done. Which seat is that, and how do you like it? Also, how do you like the lowered bars?
     
  13. Rkt120

    Rkt120 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks appreciate that, I think it’s like marmite some people would not like the fact I have changed it so much but I love it .
    It is the 120 and I have the motone cases and a logo less side covers like you have spotted.
    I have the
    motone small front mud guard
    hookie radiator cover
    British customs slip on exhaust tips
    motone ribbed covers
    2win shocks
    tamarit seat
    clip on handle bars
    and different headlight brackets
    triumph diy tail tidy
    triumph sump cover
    lots of painted black bolts screws etc painted dial surround
    i think that might be it
     
  14. Rkt120

    Rkt120 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you the handle bars are the original ones cut and fitted into clip ons, i find the ride ok tbh I feel better on these tyres rather then the original ones, they make the ride slightly louder tho just road noise but it’s not to bad.
     
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  15. Rkt120

    Rkt120 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks appreciate it, it is one from tamarit seat which at the start I thought it wasn’t very comfortable but after a few more hours it’s got better or I have got used to it I like the lower bars again sore traps to start with but again a lot better now, but what’s a bit of pain and being uncomfortable for a naughty looking bike
     
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  16. Armando Morales

    Armando Morales Noble Member

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    Awesome looking bike !
    I assume you started wit a t120 black ?
     
  17. Rkt120

    Rkt120 Well-Known Member

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    Here’s a Few more

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  18. Rkt120

    Rkt120 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you yes it was, this is was what it looked like

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  19. Martine

    Martine Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations! Super bike! Please post again once you have your windshield. Curious which one you'll choose and how you like it. Been dragging my feet for too long on choosing one for my 2020 T100.
     
  20. RevPaul

    RevPaul Senior Member

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    Well that says a lot for the standard Pirelli's, I'll be glad when mine finally wear out.
     
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