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what do yall think about the new 2000 cc vulcan,not that i could ever afford it (maybe when its 15 yrs. old) the reveiws are good,its a nice looking bike (except for the v twin) i would roll one.dont get me wrong im way to into my wing but 2000 cc WOW! just a thought :)
 

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It is very nice, but I realy like the Triumph 2300, looks really cool.
 

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It is very nice, but I realy like the Triumph 2300, looks really cool.
Are you joking mate, or is this really the size? I had a Triumph 2000TC years ago, but that had 4 wheels!!!!:baffled::goofygrin:

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englishted wrote:
It is very nice, but I realy like the Triumph 2300, looks really cool.
Are you joking mate, or is this really the size? I had a Triumph 2000TC years ago, but that had 4 wheels!!!!:baffled::goofygrin:

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Actually it is 2303cc
 

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A friend of mine bought the triumph and twice I have had to get off the wing to push him in reverse out of a parking space ,,big bike but no reverse .Who needs hardship at this stage of your life ...give me a wing anyday ..ciaran
 

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Why not get something with some real power?
 

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Nice cup hold-er-velocity stacks. And I'm complaining about lack of cruising range with 5.8 gallons........ :baffled: :gunhead:
 

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hi all, i seen 1 of the triumphs at my local bike dealer ,the only comment i could think of is "god help car drivers if they pull out ":goofygrin:???:grinner::grinner::grinner:
 

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I saw one of these monster Triumphs in Medford, OR last summer. Interesting bike but I really wonder what it's for other than to show off the wealth or testosterone of it's owner. It's rather big and heavy for a pub cruiser, and doesn't look all that comfortablefor traveling any distance.
 

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hi all, my sentiments entirely paul,its for show not practicality...but hey i'll have 1 if its going for free???;):grinner::goofygrin::12beige:,bri, uk.
 

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The bike I like is the 2005 865cc "Triumph Speedmaster" in yellow,reminds me of the old days but very funtional!

May get one?:baffled:
 

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maybe the guys who buy one are trying to compensate for something???:doh:
 

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dean_3326 wrote:
Why not get something with some real power?
And they say Wings can't bank over too far!!!

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A friend of mine bought the triumph and twice I have had to get off the wing to push him in reverse out of a parking space ,,big bike but no reverse .Who needs hardship at this stage of your life ...give me a wing anyday ..ciaran
Hey, Wexman, better carry a tow rope if your mate keeps getting stuck.:waving:

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maybe the guys who buy one are trying to compensate for something???:doh:
I am with you, if you have to prove something, then you probably don't have much to prove
 

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I saw one of these monster Triumphs in Medford, OR last summer. Interesting bike but I really wonder what it's for other than to show off the wealth or testosterone of it's owner. It's rather big and heavy for a pub cruiser, and doesn't look all that comfortablefor traveling any distance.
I saw one at the Phoenix, Oregon Triumph/BMW dealer a few months ago. Looked like they cobbled a car engine into the thing... ugly.

No longer a motorcycle - a freak show.
 
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