I believe just stroked, but yes, developed from the later 955 triples.Grey Thumper wrote:Isn't the engine basically a bored and stroked out version of Triumph's late 90's open class triple?
Forum members slimcolo and brumbear have written at times about Servicars they either have or once had.ceemes wrote:I seem to recall someone here has a HD Servi-Car wasting away in their garage.....who was that? Can they drop me a PM please?
Blue Ridge Parkway. In Virginia. Runs for miles and miles along the top of a mountain ridge. Very scenic, great views, but slow and curvy.blues2cruise wrote:What's the BRP?
Rare..... but it happens even to me on occasion. CBSA officers are typically friendlier, with a few notable exceptions (Landsdowne, ON).blues2cruise wrote:The US border guy was even friendly....
Is THAT what the instruments look like on this thing???Grey Thumper wrote:The "clocks" are quite annoying though. Considering the style of the Bolt, couldn't they have stuck with a classic analogue gauge?
That's NUTS!!!!ceemes wrote:Here are two of the best showing us how it is done, Guy Martin and Michael Dunlop.
Yes! Traffic jams are the perfect time to practice balancing the bike vertical at a dead stop. I can do it for almost 3 seconds.blues2cruise wrote:I get to practice slow speed maneuvers every time I'm in rush hour.