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When is someone going to ride one and how much will this bike cost? My Commando has served me well since 1974, this looks like a well thought out update of the Brit bikes of the past, but is it hype or is there some real value in the motorcycle beyond a graphic resemblance to it''s famous ancestor?
 

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I ordered a new Bonnie back in December like many others did. The dealer said to expect a mid-january delivery.My dealer then changed to mid-feb. I talked to them this week and they don't have a clue when the bike will be here.I tried contacting Triumph Motorcycles America Ltd.Peachtree Ga. on the 800# the 1 700 631 9500 no# and tried to send a fax to the no# in the Triumph brochure. No one home 800 was dissconnected,fax would not answer.Regular line just rings.

I was wondering if anyone has taken delivery or knows when to expect delivery of the now famous Bonneville 790. Hype and promotion are great but where's the BEEF?
 

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Amen to the 700lb V-Twins that can't take a dirt road........In high school I was on my third bike and that was a 1967 Bonneville, it was 1 year old when I got it.....WOW did I have fun on that marvelous machine! There's nothing like a British motorcycle. I took the top end off with a crescent wrench......OH LORD....what was I thinking? I put it back together and never had a problem.....I'm looking for my #8 or #9 bike, can't quite recall........but it's going to be a Triumph......Keep the rubber down and the chrome up!

David Crisford

Waxahachie, TX
 
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