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Good bye my friends!

It was good to meet ya all and it was definitely fun working on my Vulcan Custom. But I wanted to try something different. Got myself a 2013 Triumph Daytona 675 ABS. I will miss ya all and especially my sweet Vulcan.
I will stop by some times to see how ya all doing.
WhiteWi out.
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It was good to meet ya all and it was definitely fun working on my Vulcan Custom. But I wanted to try something different. Got myself a 2013 Triumph Daytona 675 ABS. I will miss ya all and especially my sweet Vulcan.
I will stop by some times to see how ya all doing.
WhiteWi out.
Any chance we can get a peek at that Triumph?


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Triumph is making some exciting bikes! They seem to be one of the only manufacturers really innovating right now; everyone else is just churning out the same stuff. (But then, myself included, we keep buying the old stuff cuz we like the classic V-Twin cruiser!)

Would love some pics! Don't be a stranger, we've got a couple active non-Vulcan riders 'round here!

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Thank you. I will take more pics later on. My insurance went from 147 a year to 600 with little less on the policy )))) oops


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Thank you. I will take more pics later on. My insurance went from 147 a year to 600 with little less on the policy )))) oops
WOW! Might be time to go Ins shopping!


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WOW! Might be time to go Ins shopping!
I did, it won't help it is a SuperSport bike.


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I don't like looking at it because it makes me feel OLD! Just the idea that I had to lean over and push my feet back makes me tired.
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Congrats WhiteWi, it is a fantastic bike. But I always preferred an R1 over the Daytona. Keep the rubber down

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Well good luck with the new bike!!

Yup insurance goes up with sports bikes and bikes with over 1000 cc

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Best of luck...

I have to agree, Triumph is making some beautiful bikes. The Trophy is nice, and I'm crazy about the T100 Bonneville, but my 900 Classic LT was the best all around bike I could afford at the time, and I'm perfectly happy with it. (Except the seat) Ride safe and enjoy that bike!
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