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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by bikeosaurus2000, Jun 26, 2009.
I had a 1994 350 Enfield bullit for about 8 years and loved it. No it was not reliable, well that's not true . You could rely on it breaking down. You should get one for sure.
They seem to dress up nice too..... the new concept bullet.
oOoOoOoOo .... me likey!!
From the same source (Oberdan Bezzi) is his Scrambler concept:
Put me on the list for that one
Once Rhodie has amended his Triumph Scrambler rear caliper mount to move it atop the swingarm
When I was in india I went to the RE factory. They said in India, one of their largest markets, the bikes overheats a lot. Mainly due to it being unbelievable hot there.
When taken to a cooled climate, like Canadian or the USA they are very reliable (from the manufacturer).
Happy 4th of July.
any long term updates?
2012 Bullet Classic,
little over 13k and no serious problems.
What you see is what you get.
So far so good with mine. Broken battery connector this past Monday, but a ten-minute fix. It's a 2011 EFI model... Fun commuter, and gets a lot of attention - probably too much.
Same bike as mine, 2011 B5 EFI. Have 12.5k on the clock now, 5k of those are with me. Daily commuter, 70 miles per day, and the only foibles thus far have been of my own doing. With regular, normal maintenance, she runs beautifully day in and day out. Knock on wood. She won't win any races, but sure does make driving legal speeds a hoot!
12.5K & 13K anyone else?
Almost 15k miles now. Still a hoot.