My name is steve and I'm relatively new to the triumph community.'
I have a tornado red 2008 Daytona 675 which I've owned for about 3-4 years. It is my first 'proper' bike after owning a Kawasaki GPX250 for my first few years of riding (which I still maintain was an excellent learner...
New to this forum and so far have learnt a shit load already.
Living in maroubra beach Sydneyand own a 2012 675r, so feel to hit me up if you ever want to go for a ride.
Currently converting an 07 675 to a track bike for the ride days through out December at eastern creek, so any...
as this is my first message... My name's Marco, I'm Italian but live in Sydney, Australia!
Also, I just preordered a brand new white Street Triple 675! Should be here in May/June according to the dealer - so from my personal experience it'll be here by end of June/July! :laugh:
Hi all, I have an '09 675 and suspect I need a new rear spring. I'm ~140lb without gear. Has anyone in Sydney (or Australia) done this job and got the spring locally?
I've looked up Eibach here and asked if they had the spring I need. They asked me for dimensions. There seems to be some people...
My name is Luke and im 24 from Sydney Australia.
I am currently on my P's and riding a Suzuki GS500F.
I move onto my full license in August and the short list currently contains ~2008 Daytona 675 or a ~2008 GSX-R750.
I have spoken to a number or journalists and very experience...
has anyone on here imported a bike into Australia (or internationally full stop) and has some suggestions on company to use or tips for shipping.
Costs are pretty high from the quotes I've received so far. Ranging from 700 pounds to port in Sydney up to 4200 USD (gotta be fucking...