Here's my little collection of links for my new bike. :-D I just wanted one central place to go for my own reference.
Clicking on a link "should" open a new link. This started out small, but as it grew, I thought some other peeps might
get some level of usefulness. Who knows? Maybe not! Hope you can find something useful here.
This page isn't very pretty, but pretty functional.
One day I hope to make it look nice.

Here's a pic for your (and my) enjoyment of what the bike looks like:

2002 Tornado Red Triumph Sprint ST
The one I'm looking at has the saddlebags, so here's a pic of one with those attached.
2002 Tornado Red Triumph Sprint ST w bags

There are some really great Triumph user sites and forums out there. Thanks to all the participants for all the knowledge
I've picked up! I've tried to give credit due where applicable. Please let me know if I missed something.
It certainly wasn't my intent.

Although lots of information exists, the one thing I thought was missing was what I am going to attempt to put together
at a new site to be announced soon. That being, some pretty detailed How-To guides with both text and pics. Initially,
I was going to concentrate on my model, but realized I could give back more to the community by hosting the site for all
Triumphs. To be announced soon!

Official Triumph Site

Official Triumph Site - *New 12/06*
I really like the 2007 Sprint ST.

Prices on the 2002 Triumph Sprint ST

KBB Retail Value for 2002 Sprint ST - *New 12/06*
KBB Trade-In Value for 2002 Sprint ST - *New 12/06*
Main KBB Motorcycle price selection page - *New 12/06*
NADA price for 2002 Sprint ST - *New 12/06*
Main NADA Motorcycle price selection page - *New 12/06*

Reviews of the 2002 Triumph Sprint ST

Online: Review 2003 sport tour shootout - *New 12/06* 2004 sport tour shootout really - *New 12/06* Reviews a 99 Sprint ST - *New 12/06* Combination PDF File - 11 articles, 87 pages - *New 12/06*
PowerSportsNetwork - *New 12/06*
Ianchadwick Reviews a 99 Sprint ST - *New 12/06*
Motorsports-network 2001 ST - *New 12/06*
Popular Mechanics Cruise Missle Article - Actually compares a Sprint ST from 2001 - *New 12/06*
Motorcyclist online review of the ST - *New 12/06* 2000 ST reviews - *New 12/06*
Motorbikestoday 2003 Sprint ST Review - *New 12/06*
End User review of a 99 ST - *New 12/06* Rider Reviews - *New 12/06* User reviews - *New 12/06* Review from 2005 - *New 12/06* Review of a 2002 ST - *New 12/06*
BikePoint article about buying a used Sprint ST - *New 1/07*
- *New 1/07*
- *New 1/07*

MCN -- March 2002 -- Aging Like A Fine Wine
Rider -- October 2002 -- Bike in the Mirror

Press Releases - Not quite reviews and other tidbits on the web

Hermys Specs - *New 12/06* Spec Sheet - *New 12/06* Specs list - *New 12/06* Specs for a 2002 ST - *New 12/06* 2002 ST specs - *New 12/06* Sprint ST 2000 specs - *New 12/06*
NHTSA 2002 Sprint ST Recalls! - *New 12/06*
RideTeamTriumph 2002 ST Specs - *New 12/06*
- *New 12/06*

Personal Sprint Pages

Matt Knowles's 99 Sprint ST page - Has a really cool viewer where you can see what the bike looks like with saddlebags on and off - *New 12/06*

Cool Forums/Reference Sites

Triumph Specific - *New 12/06*
Royal Rat Pack - *New 12/06*
The Triple Connection - *New 12/06*
Triumph Talk - *New 1/07*
Home of the World Famous Triumph Sprint ST/RS Website - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* Triumph Sprint Owners Club - *New 12/06*
All the Yahoo Triumph Groups - *New 12/06*
The history of Triumph Motorcycles - *New 12/06*
Official Triumph R.A.T. Login - *New 12/06*
PhillyRiverRATs ∑ Triumph Riders - *New 12/06*
Mikihito Tanaka's VIN number Reference Chart - *New 12/06*
Google translation of Mikihito Tanaka's Japanese VIN number Reference Chart - *New 12/06*
I also went ahead and archived a copy of the translated version. When I tried to go to the home page of this site, an internal error came up, so I grabbed a copy just in case. Also, in case the google translation goes away. See my archive here - *New 12/06*
Cowin-Tech - Much of this site doesnt work - *New 12/06*

Not Triumph Specific - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06*
motorcycle links directory that brings it all together! Motorcycles, scooters, ATVs, motorcycling events, motorcycle tours... you name it, it's here! - *New 12/06* Motorcycle Yellow Pages - *New 12/06*
Ronnie Cramer's MOTORCYCLE WEB INDEX - *New 12/06*

Local Philly Riding

philadelphiariders - *New 12/06*
PhillyRiverRATS - *New 12/06*
MC Diner Breakfast Club in Philly - *New 12/06*

Non-Local Riding

THE Motorcycle Travel Site - *New 12/06*
Motorcycle tours and rental in England, Scotland, Wales, the Isle of Man TT races, plus biking vacations to France, Spain, and Thailand. - *New 12/06*

Performance Parts & Accessories for the 2002 Triumph Sprint ST

OEM Triumph Parts - If you know the part #, or can get it, they definintely offer a discount. Not sure how the shipping is. - *New 12/06* - Many acccessories- *New 12/06*
greatbay - *New 12/06*
RideTeamTriumph - Metal Fuel Fittings and OEM Triumph parts and accessories - *New 12/06*
RideNow parts request form - *New 12/06*
British Customs ST parts - *New 1/07*
Motorcycle Accessory Discount Super Store - *New 1/07* - You need the part number - *New 1/07*

Specific to the ST Specific parts for the Sprint ST - RaceTech Fork Emulators at a discount! - *New 1/07*
Galfer Stainless Steel Brake Lines - *New 12/06*
Convertibar Adjustable Handlebar System - *New 12/06*
British/Triumph stuff - *New 12/06*
SkyKing Products - All types of stuff - *New 12/06*
Radiator Protector - *New 12/06* Sprint RS & ST parts - *New 12/06*
Jack Lilley Accessories - *New 12/06*
Corbin Seat - *New 12/06*
Sargent Seat - *New 12/06*
BritishPartsChicago - *New 12/06*
GDL Cycles Parts - *New 12/06*
Micapeak Parts Triumph Vendors List - *New 12/06*
Union-jack & Carbon fiber look gas-cap decal - *Updated 3/07*
RKA Tankbags - *New 12/06*
Gen-Mar Mfg bar raises - *New 12/06*
gen-mar bar raises purchase - *New 12/06*
Colored nuts, etc - *New 12/06*
Ventura Accessories For me - the Light Guards - *New 12/06*
Best Price on Ventura Light Guards - *New 12/06*
Carbon Fiber from Australila - *New 12/06*
Turbo Kits! - *New 12/06*
GIVI Hard luggage - *New 12/06*
ITG Air Filter - *New 12/06*
Triumph Microfiche Cards - *New 12/06*
Fiche-man CDs - Service Manuals on CD - *New 12/06*
Tankslapper Paint protection- *New 12/06*
Powerbronze (WindScreen & Hugger) - *New 12/06*
Heli Bars - *New 12/06*
British-Customs Parts - *New 12/06*
Dennis Kirk Specific Parts List for 2000 Sprint RS - *New 12/06*
RaceTech parts for 99-01 Sprint ST - *New 12/06*
N.W.S. com stuff for the Sprint ST - *New 1/07*
BMC Air Filter for the ST - *New 2/07*
Wiki maintained by Panther's Den on alternative OEM Triumph parts hosted by - *New 1/07* rear lights for the Sprint ST - *New 1/07*
Mikihito Tanaka's list that cross-references various manufacturers' brake pads to the original Triumph part numbers for most
Hinckley Triumphs; in Japanese, but the part numbers and references are in English - *New 5/06*
Google translation of above Japanese Brake Pad Reference Chart - *New 12/06*
I also went ahead and archived a copy of the translated version. When I tried to go to the home page of this site,
an internal error came up, so I grabbed a copy just in case. Also, in case the google translation goes away.
See my archive here - *New 12/06*
Additionally, I created a table at the bottom of this page with the part #'s.


Cee Bailey's Windscreens - *New 12/06*
Zero Gravity Windscreens - *New 12/06*
MRA's Windscreens - *New 12/06*


CanyonChaser's Continental road attack's Review - *New 12/06*
CanyonChaser's Metzeler Z6 review - *New 12/06*
CanyonChaser's Michelin Pilot roads review - *New 12/06*
Continental road attack's - *New 12/06*
A cheap place I've found to buy Continental road attack's via mail order - *New 12/06*
One place to buy Continental road attack's - *New 12/06*
Southwest Moto Tires sells tires at pretty big discounts and offers free shipping if you buy a pair; they get very good ratings from wBW visitors - *New 12/06*

Parts Reviews - *New 12/06* Reviews - *New 12/06* Triumph Page - *New 12/06*
Motorcyclist Magazine Helmet Review - *New 12/06* Reviews - *New 12/06* Product Review Archive - *New 12/06*

Performance Exhaust Systems
Two Bros exhaust systems This is what I had on my RS! - *New 12/06* Devil exhaust systems for the ST Predator high Trident Exhausts - *New 12/06*

Not Triumph Specific Parts

Personalized License plates for Motorcycles - *New 1/07*
Phantom Plate Pretty cool technology - *New 1/07*
WP Suspension - *New 12/06*
List of Parts Vendors - *New 12/06*
CrampBuster Cruiser Throttlestop - Pretty Ingenious! - *New 12/06*
MotoEquip Face Shield Protector - *New 12/06*
FREE! Medical Information Carrier System - Great idea if you have medical conditions that need to be known! - *New 12/06*
SpeedBleeder for brakes - *New 12/06*
Accessory Power - *New 12/06*
Scorpio i500 Alarm system - *New 12/06*
Kryptonite NY Disc Lock - *New 12/06*
This is where I got my Kryptonite lock - *New 12/06*
SpeedoHealer - *New 12/06*
SpeedoHealer USA Purchase - *New 12/06*
TuneBoy - *New 12/06*
Hooligan Racing Aluminum Resevoir This is not a straight bolt-on!- *New 12/06*
Stebel Nautilus Compact Dual-Tone 12-Volt Air Horn, 139 dB - *New 12/06*
SMF Cycles - *New 12/06* - Safety gear - *New 12/06*
Powerlet Power Plugs - *New 12/06*
Powerlet Products @ Derby Cycles - *New 12/06*
Kisan safety electronics - *New 12/06*
Throttlemeister Cruise Control - *New 12/06*
Contoured sheepskin Seat Covers - *New 12/06*
Baehr Motorcycle Commmunication Systems - *New 12/06*
Targa (misc stuff, a few Triumph bits) - *New 12/06*
LockItt - Motorcycle Security Products - *New 12/06*
Respro Foggy mask - *New 12/06*

Schampa Technical Wear - *New 12/06*
HardRacing (Ohlins US shocks, Gilles Rearsets & more) - *New 12/06*
GriotsGarage (roller drive tools) - *New 12/06*
LowBrowCustoms (Hooligan Triumph shirts) - *New 12/06*
J&S Imports (Pro Oiler) - *New 12/06*
Tech Spec (Grip Skins for tanks) - *New 12/06*
EZ-Clip EZPass Toll Holder - Works Great! - *New 12/06*
Powerlet Adapter Cables - With these adapters you can plug almost any 12VDC product into your bike, regardless of the type of connector that is currently on your bike. - *New 12/06*
Xenonking High Intensity Displays (HID) - *New 1/07*

Classifieds and Used Parts

Used Triumph Parts in England - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06*

Motorcycle Security

LoJack for Motorcycles - *New 1/07*

General Parts Stores

CycleStoreOnline Parts - *New 12/06*
Motorcycle Buzz Parts - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06*
Dennis Kirk Regular store - *New 12/06*
Dennis Kirk Outlet store - *New 12/06*
Motorcycle Accessory Warehouse - *New 12/06* - European - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06*

New, louder horn

Emile's Stebel Nautilus Horn install pics with text - Well done! - *New 12/06*

Helmet Locks

The BarEnder lock for handlebars - *New 12/06*

Helmet Guardian - *New 12/06* Helmet Locking accessories - *New 12/06*

Jamie dismantled a dual helmet lock that mounted behind the license plate (Helmet Guardian) and mounted the individual helmet locks to the underside. - *New 12/06*

Helmet Guardian for $40.46 + ship - *New 12/06* Crusier Customizing locks

Tire Changing and Wheel Balancing

Marc Parnes' Triumph Wheel Balancer - *New 12/06*
The MojoLever Used in conjunction with the 2 Harbor Frieght items below and the wheel balancer above - *New 12/06*
Harbor Freight item #34542-0VGA, Portable Tire Changer - *New 12/06*
Harbor Freight item #42927-6VGA, Motorcycle Tire Changer Attachment - *New 12/06*
- *New 1/07*

Maintenance and such

webbikeworld chain lube info - *New 1/07*
webbikeworld chain cleaning - *New 1/07*
- *New 1/07*
- *New 1/07*
- *New 1/07*
- *New 1/07*

Clothing and such

New Enough Closeout Items - *New 12/06*
Olympia Sport Menís Airglide 2 Mesh Tech Jacket & Pant - *New 12/06*
HJC CL-15 Session Helmet - *New 12/06*
Widder 'Lectric Vest review - *New 12/06*
Widder electric clothes - *New 12/06*
Gerbing Electric Motorcycle Clothing - *New 12/06*
dragginjeans - *New 12/06*
Aerostich-Wind-Triangle - *New 12/06*
British Motorcycling (clearance Triumph apparel) - *New 12/06* - Custom Triumph T-shirts and other stuff - *New 12/06* - Lots of great Motorcyle Clothing items - *New 12/06* Waterproof Boot Comparison - *New 12/06*

Widder Electric Motorcycle clothing - *New 12/06*
Triumph Gearshop often has official Triumph clothing on sale - *New 1/07* gives: 10 ways to stay warm on your motorcycle - *New 1/07* - *New 2/07*
- *New 2/07*

My Clothing :-)

Olymipia AirGlide Jacket - *New 5/06*
HJC Helmet CL Series: Street Full-Face - CL-SP Animus - *New 5/06*
SIDI GT Sympatex Boots - *New 5/06*
Rev-It R59 Gloves (scroll down) - *New 5/06*
The Rev-It gloves are falling apart after about 3 months and 1500 miles. Don't waste your money!
Hein Gericke Sprint Gloves - *New 6/06*
Moto GP GP overpants - *New 2/07*
Olympia 4700 Finish Line Winter Gloves - Click on Winter, then 4700 Finish Line - *New 2/07*
Or look at NewEnough's 4700 page - *New 2/07*
AeroStitch Wind Triangle - Trust me: Get the XL size! - *New 2/07*
- *New 2/07*
Sidi Doha boots - *New 2/07*
Sidi Strada Tepor EVO Boots - *New 2/07*

Personal Wish List!

Clothing Wanted :-D

Sidi Vertigo boots: Size 46 Black/Black - Thanks! :-D - *New 2/07*

Triumph Dealers in my area

Manayunk Triumph - My first exposure to Triumph and it was nice. - *New 12/06*
Chris Tymon, Sales Manager
4026 Main Street
Philadelphia, PA 19127
Fax 215-482-8086
Store Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10AM to 6PM (sometimes longer)
Closed Sunday and Monday

Martin Motorsports
1486 S. Hanover St. (Route 100)
Pottstown, PA 19465
Fax 610-326-8215
Store Hours: Tuesday thru Friday 9-7
Saturday 9-4
Closed Sunday and Monday

Here's a place that sells new Triumph's at a good discount. They're in Chattanoga, TN.

Motorcycle Insurance

Dairyland is who I ended up with. Although I went to a local dealer, they can be found here online
GMAC My Old Ins. Co. They wanted to contract with Progressive because they didn't handle the Triumph directly.
Of all the online places I checked,(I didn't check Dairyland, tho!) they were still the cheapest. - *New 12/06*
Progressive 2nd cheapest option for me - *New 12/06*
Rider Marketplace - *New 12/06*
ridewithmcgraw - *New 12/06*
geico - *New 12/06*
cycleservices - *New 12/06*
foremost not a live quote! - *New 12/06*
Markel - *New 12/06*


PA's Motorcycle Safety Program - *New 12/06*
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation - *New 12/06*
Pop Mech Learns to Race - *New 12/06*
So how do you actually turn a motorcycle? - *New 12/06*
Mini-review of the MSF Safety class - *New 12/06*

Ear Plugs

I've ordered from both EarPlug places with good results.

EarPlugs.GB.Com has a great sampler pack - *New 2/07*
The EarPlug Super Store - *New 12/06*
I see that AeroStitch also sells ear plugs - link coming soon

Picture Galleries All years Sprint ST - *New 12/06*


Changing from a 14mm Master Brake Cylinder to a 5/8" Master Cylinder thanks to - *New 2/07*
- *New 2/07*

Interesting Tidbits & Sites:

I just liked that Randy Lervold has his upgrades all listed on one page here. - *New 12/06*
He also has a cool page that talks about all the bikes he has had over the years. Nice!

Read this: Just make sure the bike you settle on has Triumph's latest engine-management mapping downloaded into its black box. (Under the #1 used bike, the Speed Triple)

Installing GenMar Risers

Installation Instrux from GenMar - *New 12/06*

Something to look for on 02 Sprint ST's:

Using a Yamaha clutch cable instead of a Triumph cable:

This is the correct part # for the Yamaha clutch cable...... 1UY-26335-00-00

It is the same as Bike Bandit part #............ 14071-001

It is listed for the 2003 Yamaha YFM350XRC WARRIOR (CAL MODEL)

$15.93 from Bike Bandit plus shipping. Last time I checked it was about $18.00 from the Yamaha dealer. It's a bit longer than the stock cable for the RS by about 4" IF I remember. I actually have one here somewhere that I can't find or I'd measure it for you!

Adjusting Headlights:
The manual recommends removing the cockpit, I removed the nose fairing to adjust mine. There are four adjustment screws on the back side of the headlight assembly (I think they are hex head bolts). As viewed from the rider's point of view, turn the right upper screw clockwise to move the beam to the right, turn the left upper screw anti-clockwise to move the beam to the left. There are two vertical adjustment screws near the middle of the assembly. Turn the vertical adjusters clockwise to lower the beam and of course anti-clockwise to raise the beam. Found here:

Alternative Oil Filters: (from the mailing list)
The 955 oil filter is Triumph p/n T1210200
Hi Flo HF-191 oil filter
Purolator Pure One PL14610. It's a wee bit longer than the stock one for more media and easier to get a wrench on.
Purolator Pure One PL14612 is the same filter in the stock size.
A list that cross references many motorcycle oil filters

Tips on installing LSL Sliders:
Q. Did you have to undo both sides simultaneously like the instructions say?
A. Under no circumstances take out both bolts at the same time. That could allow the engine to rotate, not good. I did not have the huge Torqx bit so I used an allen to hold the engine mounting bolt and removed the nut from the back side with a long extension and ratchet. Take a look at my mods page (there is a link on my previous post in this thread) and make sure you have the mounting pad on the right side in the proper orientation (I have a close up picture), such that the ear fits between the engine and the frame. The pad could get cocked in there and press on the engine if one isn't careful. Only took about 20 minutes but get yourself a helper for sure.
Thanks go to unummyu & TriumphRat.Net. Instructions grabbed from here

Moving the Seat Lock:
A free mod that the people with bags will love. I moved my seat lock from the left side to the rear, above the license plate. No more removing the left bag to get the seat off. I can't take credit for the idea, but it is free and worth the 30 minutes you will invest in time.
1. Remove old lock and mount
2. Make drilling template from old mount
3. Drill a 3/8" - 5/16" hole in the undertail tray in the rear left corner, drill from the inside and angle towards the left rear.
4. Disconnect the release cable at the seat lock, pull cable out, lubricate cable.
5. Drill the mounting holes according to the template, just above the license plate (I had to use a Dremel tool to enlarge the lock hole).
6. Feed the cable thru the hole in the undertail tray, reconnect to the lock mechanism.
7. Make a loop in the cable to take up the slack and bolt the lock on the fender.

Thanks go to unummyu & TriumphRat.Net. Instructions grabbed from here - *New 12/06*

Adjusting Triumph Valves (via WebBikeWorld)

New Horn

Info grabbed from the ST mailing list - ST Digest, Vol. 21, Issue 5:
The relay was included with the Stebel, you don't want to fry your
horn wiring on the stebel. It's a 20 amp fuse versus a 5 amp one
or so. It is indeed extremely easy to hook up. You connect a plus
wire from the battery with a 20 amp in line fuse, from there to
the relay and from the relay to the horn, from the horn back to
the ground of the battery (not the alu frame). The plugs that
connect to the stock sprint beeper connect right onto the other
two plugs left on the relay, so the horn button acts as the switch.
I tied ripped the relay on the back of the beeper frame somewhere.

I bought a compact version of the Stebel Nautilus for the TDM:
You can see the relay still hanging in the last picture, the
transparent plugs are the plugs that normally connect to the
stock wimpy yamaha beeper.

While installing you can just connect those two wires to the
relay, then turn the ignition switch to on and try the horn
button to check if you hear the relay clicking when pushing.

I believe there is other stuff connected to the same wiring
loom of the horn. Besides the risk of melting (fire?) the
wiring or the horn button switch (which also isn't designed
to handle that load) you don't want to take out other bike
funtions while experimenting.... Perhaps the standard fuse
will prevent any danger of course... Just make sure you get
your videocam / webcam ready in case you decide to hook it
up anyway :-)).


Just an FYI for the rest of all y'all, at least those
of you in the states. Emile used a Stebel Nautilus on
his bike, and mentioned the Compact Nautilus. While
noodling around at Harbor Freight one day, I came
across a horn that looked exactly like the Compact
Nautilus, called the Rolo Bad Boy. I took it out of
the package, and looked it over. It had cheesy ,
plastic chrome cover plates on it that boldly said
"ROLO". Pop them off, and you have a totally flat
black, unobtrusive horn , with the tiny stenciled
words "Stebel Nautilus" written on it....Rather than
mail order from Stebel, you can go to HF , look ,
touch, and feel this thing, and decide if you want it
or not, AND, HF has them on sale for $30-35 from time
to time...
Thanks to Emile & John

Performance Data for 00 Triumph Sprint RS (used to be!) here:
Not sure when that got removed. Sometime in early May 06! Stats below.
Manufacturer Model HpTorque Quarter Mile Roll OnWet Weight Last Tested Motor Type
Triumph Sprint RS ('00) 93.6 @ 925061.5 @ 5250 11.76 @ 110.4 4.77512 6/00 2nd Gen 955
Triumph Sprint ST ('05) 121.3 @ 925073.6 @ 8000 10.88 @ 127.4 3.45552 10/05 1st Gen 1050

ST Brake Pads (taken from Google translation of above Japanese Brake Pad Reference Chart)
Front Triumph EBC VesrahFerodo Daytona Carbone Lorraine RK
Sprint ST A9628001 FA145 VF343FDB557 31613 R2246 831
Rear Triumph EBC VesrahFerodo Daytona Carbone Lorraine RK
Sprint ST A9628005 FA135 VD340 FDB497 29406 R2288 832

Cool Tip:
Q. I have a slight oil leak coming from the gear shift shaft where it enters the crank case. Has anyone had this problem before, and is the repair a do-it-yourself quickie? Maybe just a bad seal is best guess?

A. The shift shaft seal. Not to uncommon. Easy one I'm told. (haven't had to do mine......yet) Just pick the old one out being careful not to nick the case. Lube up a new one and carefully tap it into position. Done, no case splitting is necessary.
Documented here:

Cool Misc Sites

Ridetowork the official site - *New 12/06*
Octane Information And Calculator - simply enter the Research Octane Number and the Motor Octane Number; click on Calculate and the minimum octane number, what you see at the pump, is returned - *New 12/06*
Triumphcomehome Rally - *New 12/06*
Cal Sci - Lots of good MC tips & stuff here - *New 1/07*

Other People's Sprint Sites

Ian Chadwick's Motorcycle Pages - *New 12/06*
Russell Cook's Sprint Page - *New 1/07*

Winterizing Your Bike Winterizing your bike tips - *New 12/06*
Gary's Tips for Winterizing your bike - *New 12/06* Winterizing your bike tips - *New 12/06*
Half Ass Winterizing - Great article! - *New 12/06*
Winter Bike Storage Checklist - *New 2/07*

Buying a used bike


Things to think about before buying a bike - Pop Mech - *New 12/06*
Used Motorcycle Evaluation Guide - *New 12/06*

Classifieds - Buy/Sell used bikes - *New 12/06*
Motorcyclesellerz - Buy/Sell used bikes - *New 12/06*
Motorcycletrader - Buy/Sell used bikes - *New 12/06* - Buy/Sell used bikes - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* sell for $1 - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06* - *New 12/06*
Long list of moto classifieds - *New 12/06*
A newly created used bike listing - *New 12/06* - How I sold my 550! - *New 12/06*

SHIPPING - *New 1/07* - *New 1/07* - *New 1/07* - *New 1/07* - *New 1/07* - *New 1/07* - *New 1/07* - motorcycle-shipping-transport - *New 1/07* - shipping - *New 1/07* - *New 1/07*

PARTS to check

CF Triumph parts from Geelon Carbon Craft Online in Australia

If you don't mind digging, you'll find a few gems
Really good batteries
Datatool, Triumph's alarm system company
StealthStreeBike, nuff said (hide from police lasers in plain view)
Turbo Connection (t595/955i turbo!)
SBF Online Shop (misc S3 parts)
TrickTape (misc bits, non-s3 specific)
Laminar Lip
Skyking Products (crash bobbins, bits and bobs)
Streetfighters USA (Renthal bars, lights, guages...)
Pro-Tek clip-ons
Two Brothers Racing (955 exhaust/footpeg spacer, exhausts, clip-ons)
Twisted Throttle (centerstand, bags, & other goodies)
Hooligan Racing Products (anodized billet brake fluid reservoir)
Roadracing (Aluminum parts)
Spiegler Performance Parts (lines, and all kinds of other bits)
Motostrano (ducati site but has parts that'll fit Triumph, grips, bags, etc)
Motorcycle Superstore (tires, clothing, bits)
CustomDynamics Adjure Ice Headlights (other LED bits)
Tuneboy (955 tuner, should be 1050 coming later)
Powerlet (got wired?)
Triumph-ant cycles (spare parts, motors, etc)
Sprocket Center (chains and sprockets, what else?)
Sprocket Specialsts (do you have to ask?)
High Tech Speed (supposedly have an integrated LED tail for S3)
Corsa Strada (bike coms)
NightStalker LED Lighting Kits
Cruz Tools (tool kits)
Chase Harper (luggage)
KneeDraggers (tires, sprockets, chains)
Ron Ayers (one of THE cheapest places to get tires in the USA)
SportTouringUSA (ThrottleMeister Bar-ends, oilers, and other stuff)
Starcom (bike coms)
PlanetSuperbike (Union Jack gascap decal)
Hyperbolt (nuts'n'bolts)
QuietPowerdrive (WTF?!? Belt-drive S3?!)
Carpimoto (Rizoma stuff and other)
Viosport (camera stuff)
- *New 1/07*

Last updated 1/22/07

Nice article about 1st time bikes:

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