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looking for side car rig. #512605 10/30/13 6:34 pm
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Looking for either complete rig or something I can build into a triumph powered kneeler rig. any help would be great. Time for something new, thanks

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Re: looking for side care rig. [Re: phantom309] #512700 10/31/13 12:02 pm
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Soon you will be looking for a trials bike.. smile

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Re: looking for side care rig. [Re: Ron - in California R.I.P.] #513099 11/02/13 7:38 pm
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oh Ron, go easy on them trials guys ;-) All the race bikes are up for sale . 500 looks to be sold. have one bad a-- 750 but it ain't cheep. Has the best of everything and has proved it. Time to race close to home.


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Re: looking for side care rig. [Re: phantom309] #513137 11/03/13 3:34 am
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Hi Tim.. hope you find your dream sideee...!! Ya know they race them on the IOM as well.....

If you ever need to throw a leg on a 500 again, holler...

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nick thanks but I have one now just have to pick up next week. shipping may kill me on yours :-) hope to make it down there next year to race if I don't sell my 750.


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Re: looking for side care rig. [Re: phantom309] #540260 04/28/14 12:03 pm
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We would like to see photos of the machine and your work on it.
I really dislike those BMWs and like to see a Triumph outfit on the track.
I liked looking years ago at Owen Greenwood's beautifully engineered Triumph kneeler.

I hope that light weight, lowness, horsepower, and aerodynamic work can put you ahead of those dang BMWs.

Best wishes.

does the bike or team have a website we can follow?


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