I bought this bike many years ago from a guy in Oregon.  Upon receiving the bike I realized it had been sitting for a while.  So I removed the carbs, cleaned them and put stock needles and jets in them.  I also removed the aftermarket cans and replaced them with the stock Triumph cans.  The bike ran great and rode the bike for several years. Last year I purchased a new bike and wasn’t riding the Triumph at all, so when I took it out to do my Spring cleaning and get it ready to ride – it needed a few things.  The front calipers were locked up and one of the rotors was cracked up front.  I was hoping I could just remove the caliper pistons, PB Blast and I’d be good, but not the case.  I never got around to fixing the brakes, so the bike sat.   The bike is actually quite fun to ride and have it set up more as a dual sport bike.  The 3 cylinder motor has plenty of low end torque and revs up nicely.  It’s a very “agricultural” sounding motor.  If you’ve ridden a GS or any Triumph triple of mid to late 90s vintage you know what I mean.   It needs some minor work to get it running 100%.  It currently has 18,388 miles on it.

Middleburg, Virginia, United States