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Love the Triumph. for the last 25 years or so I've been saying to myself "must get my bike license" and still haven't got around to it. When I have the time I don't have the money, when I have the money I don't have the time!

 

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7 minutes ago, yorkshire_spam said:

When I have the time I don't have the money, when I have the money I don't have the time!

 

Isn't that always the way, working out how to get them to coincide is the tricky part!

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I love that Triumph, too!

Here is mine that I restored a few years ago.  I bought it new in 1971.

Ed

 

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I love the RD 350 :)  Mate of mine had a white one at school, it was a cracking machine.

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2 hours ago, yorkshire_spam said:

Love the Triumph. for the last 25 years or so I've been saying to myself "must get my bike license" and still haven't got around to it. When I have the time I don't have the money, when I have the money I don't have the time!

 

Its for sale, no space with the spitfire in the garage

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1 hour ago, richy_rich said:

I love the RD 350 :)  Mate of mine had a white one at school, it was a cracking machine.

Never selling the RD, well not until I'm too old to ride any more

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1 hour ago, ed_h said:

I love that Triumph, too!

Here is mine that I restored a few years ago.  I bought it new in 1971.

Ed

 

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Really nice, late Bonnevile?

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I love the Speed Twin. Such clean lines. Very nice. I've  always liked that era of bikes where the headlamp nacelle gave the bike a sort of '50s Space/American streamliner look.  That's one reason why I like my black and polished alloy Bullet 500, although its not in quite the same league as the Triumph.  Nice RD too!

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8 hours ago, hardhatharry said:

Really nice, late Bonnevile?

It's a '71 Daytona.  It's a "home market" bike, bought in England.

Ed

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