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Old 04-08-2014, 12:54 PM   #1
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Experience: 10+ years
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triumph D6 (totaled 4/29/14)









trying something different

So I didn't want to spend allot for a new triumph considering I don't know much about British bikes. I picked up this 04 D6 at a price I could live with if it was junk. Clean, considering 10 years and 20k miles. So far, no big complaints. I've put down about 200 miles on it, some easy, some with a bit of punishment. Power delivery seems about average for a 600 (in 04), and it corners about the same as well. I will say it's far more comfortable than my previous 600's (rip 09 zx6). The body is considerably wider, feels like theirs a bike under you, not a toothpick. Being 6'3" is fairly difficult for me to get comfortable on a 600. This one is.....ok......so far.
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