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This is a really interesting thread chaps.

And congratulations on those of your who have these early bike, something really special and you should rightly be very proud. If I was fortunate enough to have one of these, I think even I ( ;) ) would resist any mods and keep it stock.

I wonder if Triumph kept any records to indicate how many 2016 bikes were made? What they should do is provide a special letter detailing the frame/engine number and history. It may not seem important now but trust me, when we are all long gone it will be very important.

Cheerio and 'again', sincerely well done chaps,

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So it doesn't look like mine went to Spain.
I have KR66 KLV, but I was informed that mine was a bike loaned to a Hinckley factory worker to use as a daily commuter for live road test purposes.
They only did about 500 miles on it before I got it.
Would be interesting to see who or where the 16 plate one is?
 

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So it doesn't look like mine went to Spain.
I have KR66 KLV, but I was informed that mine was a bike loaned to a Hinckley factory worker to use as a daily commuter for live road test purposes.
They only did about 500 miles on it before I got it.
Would be interesting to see who or where the 16 plate one is?
Hey its still a 2016 Bobber, 1st owned by Triumph, and that makes it super rare.
 
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