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Get First View of T-Bird SE at Thunderbird Nights

Friday, April 9, 2010
2010 Triumph Thunder SE - a touring version of the T-Bird.
The 2010 Triumph Thunderbird SE has a host of touring amenities, while the Thunderbird 1700 (below) is equipped with the factory Big Bore Kit and comes standard with ABS.
2010 Thunderbird 1700. Gets ABS standard to go along with its engine upgrade.
Want to be one of the first to check out the 2010 Triumph Thunderbird SE or the T-Bird pumped up with the new factory Big Bore Kit? The new 2010 Thunderbird 1700 gets a sweet combo of a 100cc boost in power in addition to standard ABS to rein in that additional oomph. Triumph Motorcycle dealerships are preparing for “Thunderbird Nights,” an open house scheduled for April 27-May 1 where the public will be able to get their first gander at the two new options for the 2010 Thunderbird. Of course, Triumph will have its full contingency of motorcycles on hand, like the time-honored steed the Bonneville or its horsepower chart-topping Rocket III.Participating dealers will be giving away free Triumph gear to lucky winners in addition to offering demo rides.

Triumph has also added a new fleet truck this year so that it can hit more events and give ample opportunity for interested parties to demo ride one of its 2010 motorcycles. Here’s a list of dealerships and events the fleet truck will be traveling to in the coming month if you’re interested in catching a ride on a 2010 Triumph Motorcycle.

April 9 - 10 - Lone Star Triumph, Austin, TX
April 9 - 10 - Clinton Cycles, Camp Springs, MD
April 16 - 17 - Pete's Cycle, Baltimore, MD
April 16 - 17 - Performance Cycle Center, Tucson, AZ
April 23 - 24 - Go AZ Motorcycles, Scottsdale, AZ
April 24 - 25 - L&D Triumph, Dover, DE
April 29 - May 1 - Precision Triumph, Pawtucket, RI
April 29 - May 1 - Triumph Reno, Reno, NV
Post Tags: 2010 Triumph Thunderbird, Thunderbird SE, Thunderbird 1700, Triumph Thunderbird Nights
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Tim B -T-Birds April 12, 2010 01:29 AM
These are really, really nice looking bikes! I'm glad they're not the same old, boring, "me too", V-Twin powered bikes with copied, has-been styling. Change, and a break from the norm, is refreshing!
Nuno Pimenta -Very Good, Indeed!!! April 10, 2010 04:41 PM
I don´t like choppers, my style is different, but i have to say, nice job!! Amazing details, precisous details, that make the diference, instead of copying the icon (H-D, and making a bike wiht no soul!!!

Nice one, indeed.