Bennie’s Cafe Racers does it again. Check out this Triumph build. In building this bike, we wanted to evolve and stay away from the traditional look. We wanted something different and have that urban industrial feel. This bike started as a 2008 triumph thruxton with only 6,000 miles. Just like any of our bikes, we… Read more »
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Check out 1979 Triumph Bonneville 750 for sale in Snohomish, Washington. The seller is asking $7,000 for it. That’s way too much. It looks nice, but there’s no way I’d go near this bike for any thing more than $5,000. If it’s as nice as the seller says it is, I’d probably offer $4,500 –… Read more »
Located in Everett, Washington is this 1970 Triumph Trophy. It looks mint and the seller is asking $3,800. I can’t see dropping that kind of cash for a 250cc bike, but if this is what you’re into, this one looks really nice. It also comes with an additional BSA gas tank. This bike has been… Read more »
Here’s a 2010 Triumph Thruxton for sale in Portland, Oregon. It looks like it’s in mint condition. The seller is asking $6,500 and it has 19,000 miles on it. They sell new for $9,000. For reference, here’s what I’ve published about Triumph’s for sale.
I found this 1973 Triumph Bonneville for sale in California. It’s a mess. The mufflers are gone. The headline looks like it’s missing some components. There’s rust all over the place. The seller is only asking $600, so it could make a great donor bike.
I want this bike. It looks awesome. I might try and talk the seller down from $3,300, but I wouldn’t expect the price to come much. A 1973 Triumph Bonneville 750 is the bike that I need to have in my garage. Normally when I see 70s era bikes, particularly the Japanese brands, I want… Read more »
I don’t know about $3,800, but here’s a nice looking 1970 Triumph Trophy for sale in Everett, Washington.
This looks too-good-to-be-true, but here’s a really nice looking Triumph Bonneville for sale in Vergennes. The selling is asking $2,300. That seems a bit low, so if you’re in the market for a Bonneville, this could be a great deal if it’s as nice as it looks.
According to the Craigslist ad, this 1973 Triumph TR500 has been sitting in a barn since 1982. If I owned this bike, I’d keep it all original, it’s perfect just the way it is. All it needs is some elbow grease.