We have increased the range of EBC X Series front discs we stock. We now have them for Triumph Daytona 675 as well as the Tiger 800, 1050 and the latest Speed Triple. These discs are lighter and better quality than most others on the market and using the unique square drive button system to mount the outer rotor to the alloy hub will give you miles and miles of dependable braking.
We now have pictures and prices for the new Tiger parts and will be recieving stock over the next few weeks in small batches. All confirmed back orders will be cleared first.
Being launched today in Spain is the brand new Triumph Speed Triple. It retains the 1050 engine but has had major restyling and has been on a diet.Its a bit ugly but looks better with the optional Arrow low level silencer. So, more power, lower weight and a new look means the good old Speed Triple enters it’s seventeenth year of production.
British rider Chaz Davies has sined for the BE1 Triumph racing team. Having riden for the team in the last 3 races last season he has chosen to partner Gary Mcoy on the Triumph Daytona 675.
Good luck Chaz.
Times are tough in the bike trade these days and proof of this is Kawasaki anouncing they will be moving production of their larger machines to Thailand from 2010. Following Triumph (Made in England?) who have been doing this for some time, rumour has it that Honda are getting ready to follow suit. What happens when it becomes too expensive to have bikes built there? Maybe all the petrol will have run out by then and we shall all be riding electric bikes once again made in Japan. Ah, the circle of life continues.