Thursday, February 4, 2010

2010 Triumph America Base


Engine Type Parallel Twin
Cylinders 2
Engine Stroke 4-Stroke
Cooling Air
Valves 8
Valves Per Cylinder 4
Valve Configuration DOHC
Compression Ratio 9.2:1
Starter Electric
Fuel Requirements Regular
Fuel Type G


Transmission Type Manual
Number Of Speeds 5
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel) Chain


Front Tire (Full Spec) 110/90 R18
Rear Tire (Full Spec) 170/80 B15


Front Brake Type Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brake Type Hydraulic Disc


Wheelbase (in/mm) 65.1 / 1653.5
Fuel Capacity (gal/l) 5.1 / 19.3


I am looking for feed back from Triumph users...good/bad experience...overall maintenance requirements, parts availability, reliability...etc...

8 comments:

Thom said...

It's a beauty I tell ya :) But I like the one in your header better :)

Rob said...

Its a nice looking bike but if I were to buy a Triumph it would be the Scrambler all day long.

Trotter said...

Hi Baron! I can't ride a bike, but love to see your models... ;)

Blogtrotter 2 is cruising with the Liberty of the Seas. Hope you enjoy it and have a great weekend!!

Nikos said...

Are you thinking of buying a Triumph??

Best wishes, N

Lance said...

Baron, as you know, I have the America, and I haven't been happier. Just approaching 3000 miles and no problems at all (other than a faulty OEM tach installed post purchase). The power is very impressive, the handling is awesome. Plus, it's nice IMO to have something that's a little different than the norm, but is from a well-respected marque. If you need more, just let me know!

Anna said...

No experience here Baron, but sounds like a good machine. Hope all is well otherwise. No more accidents I hope? Anna :)

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Chuck S. said...

Baron, I have a 2004 America and
it's the best bike I ever own. No
problems at all....getting ready
to take a trip on the Blue Ridge Parkway from North Carolina to
Gettysburg...can wait to get the BIKE on the open road.