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Old 03-28-2007, 08:47 PM   #1
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Looking for a Triumph?

I found this on another website and called the guys that used to have the dealership and this is their story. They've lost their dealership and they're looking to unload the remaining stock.

I spoke to Geoff (Jeff) about a speed triple, they're asking $8899 plus the $200 for assembly/whatever dealerships charge for setting up a bike. I looked at fleabay and they had an 06 S3 that sold for 9k new so this sounds like decent deal if you're in the market for a triumph.

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This place is going under and wants to unload the bikes.

Dealership now closed! Triumph motorcycles at dealer cost!

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Date: 2007-03-28, 4:35PM EDT


Our dealership has closed. We have a select few Triumph motorcycles left in inventory. All of them will be sold at our invoice price plus tax. All we ask is an additional $200 to pay the technician to prep them when you buy.
We have '06 Rocket IIIs,'06 Sprint ST,'07 Speed Triple,'06 Scramblers, '06 Speedmaster,and an '06 Tiger (with bags). Please call Brad at 770-328-6988 or Geoff at 678-372-2207 if interested. Please leave a message if you don't get an answer. We have been swamped with calls. You are welcome to inspect the bikes and I will show you the Triumph invoices so you can see what we paid for them. This is NOT a scam!!! Seriuos inquiries only please.
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Old 03-28-2007, 09:33 PM   #4
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where is this????
Georgia. Figure about $100-$200 (depending where you get your tix) to get there and they'll pick you up from the airport. I've ridden back from Georgia to Houston in 1 day, it's not that bad. Considering the $$$ you'll be saving a few hours on the road won't be all that bad in the long run.

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Old 03-28-2007, 09:55 PM   #7
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The Riders Association of Triumph (R.A.T) is the only official factory-run rider’s club for Triumph motorcycle owners. This organization is designed to create, and develop, a unique atmosphere that is focused around riding Triumphs. One of the goals of R.A.T is to maximize motorcycle satisfaction. To do so, R.A.T supports and offers a venue of group activities, organized rides, and regional Triumph gatherings. The Riders Association of Triumph offers assistance and direct support to Triumph dealerships through R.A.T Regional Coordinator and the dealership’s official R.A.T Pack Leader.

Riding groups known as ‘RAT Packs’ are organized groups of Triumph riders under direction of their Pack Leader. The Pack Leader should be a position appointed by the dealer. Pack Leaders generally motivated Triumph owners that are willing to organize groups of Triumph owners with direct dealership involvement and assistance from the RAT Coordinator.

Leaders are key for the Pack’s success. Packs can be a real challenge to run. Think about it - practiocally every type of motorcycle is represented by the Triumph line-up. Imagine how challenging it can be to keep all these folks engaged and make the rides fun for everyone! It is not a impossible task, but definitely one for someone with a positive attitude, and boundless energy and creativity. What direction you want your riding club to take; monthly meetings, newsletter, organized rides, Pack events, Bike nights, dealer events and track days?!? It all depends on what the MEMBERS want.

Dealer involvement is important for a RAT Pack. The responsibility of the sponsoring Triumph dealer is to stay involved with what the Pack is doing. Offering assistance and support to what the Pack Leader is trying to do is of utmost importance. A RAT Pack can generate a lot of positive returns for the sponsoring dealer. In time, a Pack is capable of making a good presence in the local public eye.

If you want to form a pack - contact your dealer and the regional RAT coordinator for your area of the planet. Drop me a line if you are not sure of your coordinator contact, I'll be glad to help.

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