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YES, after just 4 weeks of ownership, I finally got just over 500 miles, went and got the first service done.
I ended up going to Triumph of Westchester (for you local to NY guys, great customer service, nice bunch of guys and a nice dealership) even though a bit out of my way, glad I went. I will probably use them when I need any service or installs done.
Now I can start to really open the girl up!:wink2:

Anyway, while there waiting, I met quite a few customers that talked shop and you could tell how much they loved their Triumphs. One guy had a very nice sidecar setup. The dealer also had 2 TFC Thruxtons, one them was picked up by its owner. Sounded great when he started it up.
 

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I would love to have a sidecar but I don't want to go the Ural route. I wish Triumph or BMW would come up with a nice hack.
 

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On my ride yesterday I saw load of bikes.

Mostly HD of course. I have to say the nicest example I say was a splendid combination set up (on a HD).

As I've gotten older I have really developed an appreciation of these. Still not sure I would get one but who knows..:surprise:

Here is a photo of a nice set up from my collection..:wink2:

Enjoy.

Cheerio,

Roy
 

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