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2013 Triumph Street Triple R ABS
This bike was primarily used for commuting and trips, and I am the original owner. I am selling only because I've bought a new bike. Never been down, always garage kept and maintained meticulously. This is by far the most fun bike I have owned and it is an incredible all around bike.
Clean title, perfect working order. ~18k miles. Asking for $6999, located on Seattle east side
Comes with many upgrades and mods:
- R model comes with adjustable suspension, better brakes, and several other bonuses over the regular street triple
- Comes with ABS (anti-lock brakes), upgraded from previous year models
- Triumph fly screen (~$295)
- SW-Motech Blaze bags luggage rack, already mounted (originally costed $450 for the rack + bags)
-R&G engine cover crash protector - (~$85)
-Rear Spools (~$25)
-R&G radiator protector (~$60)
-Tech specs tank grips (~$50)
-Speed triple throttle tube mod (also have the original if desired) (~$15)
-Unlock key code for...
Year - 2004
Engine - 782 cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke 17 valve DOHC V4
Transmission - 6-Speed Chain Drive
Mileage - 18,xxx / 38.5 Average MPG / Tank range 180 miles
Color - Rare Factory Matte Black
Clean Title in hand
Link to higher quality photos - http://imgur.com/a/clDNB
Accessories - Two Givi hard case bags w/ mounting equipment, heated grips with low and high settings, bar end sliders, adjustable windshield, OEM seat cowl, brand new Pilot Road 3's with less than 400 miles on them, adjustable handlebars for optimal riding position, added flashing break light. owner's manual.
The bike is in very good condition and has never been dropped. I've always maintained by me, oil changed every 3000 miles (Full Syn, 10w 40). This bike has no issues, and has a clean title. I hope to find a good home for this bike because it has always been fun, reliable, and comfortable way of transportation for me and was my chariot to many beautiful...
Track ready and all the upgrades you could ever want! This has been my track bike for two seasons, and has been a phenomenal ride. You’re not likely to find a bike that can corner better than this one! All OEM parts included, and can be switched back to street trim. It’s had one minor lowside on the track… the sliders took most of the hit, but pics show the details
- STM slipper clutch
- Upgraded Brembo RCS 19 master cylinder
- Bazzaz quick shifter and traction control with A/B map switch
- Akrapovic slip-on muffler (db killer included), with fully wrapped exhaust
- LSL frame sliders
- Hotbodies track plastics
- Full extra set of wheels (w/ carrier and rotors. No tires mounted)
- Arrow rearsets
- Sato Racing tie downs
- Safety wiring on all oil fittings
- Factory gel seat
- Billet mirror deletes
- Zero Gravity double bubble windscreen
- OEM fairings include Watsen flush mount turn signals
- OEM tail includes Competition Werkes fender eliminator and...
Dunlop GPR300 tires
Evol Tech Rear Sets
Evol slip on
K-Tech suspension setup for 200#
415 chain sprocket conversion
Off brand adjustable levers and lever guards
Clean and clear title but this bike has no kickstand
I dropped it at the Mac track at a snails pace so the right side paint is scratched.
no OEM parts
I had the intent of racing, but that's not happening right now.
Located in Lebanon, OR.
Facebook event HERE
Registration page HERE
What's a track day? A track day is when we rent out a race track for the day and sell you a spot to come ride on it. We split up our riders into 3 groups, beginner, intermediate, advanced. Before you let your pride put you in the wrong group, beginner just means at the track, your 15 years of ripping on the street doesn't count here so cool it. Pride at the track leads to ambulance rides. We also can move you throughout the day group to group if there's space, if it's too...
Facebook event page HERE
Registration page HERE
What's a track day? A track day is when we rent out a race track for the day and sell you a spot to come ride on it. We split up our riders into 3 groups, beginner, intermediate, advanced. Before you let your pride put you in the wrong group, beginner just means at the track, your 15 years of ripping on the street doesn't count here so cool it. Pride at the track leads to ambulance rides. We also can move you throughout the day group to group if there's...
Following a "discussion" on the PNW FB page, I thought I would post some thoughts on riding in the heat. A lot of riders in the PNW aren't aware of the issues with riding in elevated temperatures, and in Southern OR this week, temps are expected to remain above 100F pretty consistently.
The good news is that in spite of being so close to the water in a lot of locations, the humidity tends to stay pretty reasonable in most areas (unlike the midwest and east coast), so evaporative cooling works.
Evaporative cooling is how you stay cool on a motorcycle. Evaporative cooling works because as water evaporates, it absorbs heat (I can explain the physics if anyone wants, but I'm trying to keep it simple here). In order for the human body to benefit from it, though, that cooled air has to stay around a little bit to have any effect.
The other big aspect of staying cool is (and this seems simple, but few people understand it) not getting hot. This means, not letting the sun directly...
Is anybody interested in seeing the total solar eclipse? The path of totality will be through central Oregon on the morning of August 21st. It will start on the Oregon coast a little after 9am. AS you can figure there is not 1 single hotel room available in almost all of Oregon. The national news has also said that ALL of the state camp grounds are full. Some of the local people are offering camping on private land but are charging as much as $1,200.00 for 3 nights. I have a friend that lives right next door to the Madras airport in Madras Oregon. 38 acres of hay field camping. It is as flat as your table. They are offering camping for only $100.00 per night. whether it is 1 night or 7. This is not a scam. If you are interested. Send me an e-mail and I will forward a contact name and number.
Been gone for a while but I am still alive while riding my SV650.
I've done some modifications to it and currently, I am facing an issue with how to dampen the vibrations on my handlebar.
Currently running a renthal 7/8" streetfighter bar(https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/renthal-street-fighter-handlebars-78) on my naked 2005 sv650.
In the picture below, I plan to put rubber spacers below where the nut bolts below the upper triple tree, also above where the bar mounts lay onto of the upper triple tree, and if possible, wrap some rubber around the bar itself where it meets with the bar mount.
With the rental bars being so thick inside, I would most likely buy some renthal bar ends and possibly put some kind of filling inside the bar to further dampen the vibration.
That's my plan so far, so if you guys have any ideas as to where I can buy some high quality rubber spacers that don't crack or deteriorate as fast as the ones from the auto parts store or lowes, that...
2008 CBR 1000RR
Clean Oregon Title
I hate to do it but I NEVER ride her anymore and she deserves to be out enjoying the sunshine.
Since I have owned her I have used Mobile 1 synthetic oil and K&N oil filters.
She has been well taken care of, I keep her in the garage during summer but I bring her in the house during the winter.
I'll post the mileage when I get home today.
Possible trades or part trades and cash on your end.
Marcheseni Forged Aluminum Wheels:
Brembo HP 2 Piece Forged Calipers
Galfer Braided Brake Lines
Galfer Wave Rotors
Brembo Billet Caliper
Galfer Wave Rotor
Galfer Braided Brake Line
Carrozzeria Caliper Relocation Bracket
Gilles Chain Adjusters
Gilles Lift Kit For Chain Adjusters
Motovation Axle Sliders Front & Rear
Sato Engine Sliders
HRC Throttle Kit
Power Commander III
I am selling my black 2009 Honda CBR600RR w/ 12,600 miles for $5,700. I am its second owner, have owned it since 2013, and have never had any issues with it. The bike has never been laid down, has a clean title, and has had scheduled preventable maintenance done every 4K miles at authorized service centers.
I hate to see it go, but I now have a work vehicle in addition to my personal sedan. I just can't justify having all three, especially since I can't even ride it to work any longer. I would love to see it go to a good home, while there is still plenty of summer riding left to be had in the PNW!
Text me at (360) 600-1191, thanks! -Jeff
I have a decent amount of parts from my 2004 CBR 600rr that I recently sold.
Prices as follows:
Tank cover (Excellent): $60
Clutch side fairing (Excellent, already cut a slot for a frame slider): $45
Throttle side fairing (damaged, would be good for a track bike): $15
Tail fairing (damaged, also good for a track bike): $20
SINGLE clutch side fork (good): $45
Triple Tree (good except for the ignition cover which would probably be about $5): $60
Rear fender (good): $25
Throttle cable (not pictured, good): $15
Buy it all in a bundle: $250
Also pictured is a front pitbull stand for $130
Alpinestar SMX waterproof boots. Size 9 men's. Got them several years ago when I had my speed triple. No longer have it... I have a kid now instead...Yayyy. Cleaning out the garage and decided to get rid of them. Asking 100 bucks for them. They are in great shape. Text is best for reply, haven't been on here in a while and don't check it often.
Selling my 2014 Suzuki V-Strom Dl650. 9300 miles, clean title, only owner, all maintenance up to date. Asking $5200. Check out the full craigslist post here:
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