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Ok folks, this is a start to restoring the thread started by BrianFromOz. It's a little bit raw, I'll dress it up if it becomes necessary.
Hope you like it, feel free to post your Triumphs!

POST A PIC OF YOUR TRIUMPH (pages 1 to 47)


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Here's one of mine, taken about half an hour ago as the sun was setting. A very nice day on the North Coast of British Columbia.

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A stunning picture! Looks like an advertising brochure.


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I've never needed much excuse to post pictures of my bikes. So here is the TR6 after i removed the crash bars and ape hangers.

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And a more recent picture.

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and a little video.

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This is the Bonnie, before and during

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Going to be sometime before i get to the after pictures.

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Thanks for getting this back on the board. Hope they find a way to keep it at the top for easy updating.

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My 1969 TR6R resto-mod cafe. Bonnie head, balanced built internals.


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Nice! Those Pirelli's look pretty cool on there. What size and how do you like their performance?

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I dont know if anyone wants to start this thread up again but here are some photos that I took of my TT this past weekend when I went to the TSMR .

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Sorry I couldn't decide which one I liked the most.



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Excellent idea!

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Thanks for resurrecting the thread, Wade!

On the "Snake" at the 13th TSMR:

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Cheers,

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Circa 1992 on my 750 with a ugly face

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A year and a half ago building a bobber for a friend

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8 months ago test riding a cafe racer build for another guy. A tin can for a fuel tank,no seat and a [***] eating grin says it all.

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Last week fumbling at the controls of the race bike,short sound video
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Great pictures, guys. Hillbilly, what's the secret? You got younger looking as the years rolled by.


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Sweet, let's see some more epics of that ! Sounds good and looks very fast !


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Ok, This photo of my shop shows the bike,,Sort of...The race bike leaned against the column. On the work stand I'm fitting a custom fabricated springer to a customer's cohpper.I don't care for choppers but those and hard tail bobber builds are what hillbillys ride.

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Great bikes everyone..here's a before and after of my Tr6.

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A couple more before and after, same bike:

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Beautiful bike Dave. Very impressive.

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Originally Posted by T140V-Rich
Beautiful bike Dave. Very impressive.

Richard


Thank you Rich, it's been a fun bike. A couple more.

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67 Bonneville, this is what I started with last september.
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this it it right now
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love that café bike hillbilly and the one on the stand is kinda what I have


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beautiful bikes everyone


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1979 T140D. smile

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Here's my two. '74 Bonnie & '60 TR6. Pictures are a few years old.

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