Bullz-Eye hits the Triumph Factory Demo Tour

Triumph Factory Demo Tour.

The guys at Bullz-Eye are getting their hands on more than just cars these days. They recently had the opportunity to attend the Triumph Factory Demo Tour, which is basically a riding day to help get new and re-envisioned bikes in front of motorcycle enthusiasts.

Here’s a quick quote from one of the rides they went on:

The first ride out was at 9 a.m. Since I arrived early, I had the pick of the litter and chose a Triumph Thruxton. The Thruxton is one of three bikes in the retro modern line, which includes the base Bonneville, the Scrambler (vintage dirt bike design). The retro modern line showcases the designs of the past with modern mechanicals. The Thruxton shares mechanicals with the other two bikes with an 865cc, 68 horsepower parallel twin-cylinder motor. The Thruxton, being styled like a café racer, is arguably the most attractive of the triplets with its single passenger bullet seat, lower handlebars, bar-end mirrors, and more aggressive riding position. Going into the day, it was the bike I was most looking forward to riding.

For more about the Triumph line of bikes and the Factory Demo event, head over to the Bullz-Eye Blog.


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