The parallel twins in Triumph’s cruisers make them unique among the current parade of V-twins. At 1,597cc, the engine in its big Thunderbird was also the world’s largest production parallel-twin. Was? The U.K.-based company has pulled out the stops and made the Thunderbird’s formerly optional big-bore kit standard equipment in its new blacked-out Thunderbird Storm. This increases cylinder bore from 103.8mm to 107.1, adding 102cc to the powerplant for a ground-pounding total of 1,699cc. Triumph explains that it wanted to create a “carbon copy” of the cultured Thunderbird, albeit one with a more aggressive attitude that it’s betting will appeal to younger riders. So now there’s a choice of nice or naughty, with the mellower standard Thunderbird the calm before the Storm, so to speak !!! The black Storm gets the popular all-over dark treatment with blacked-out wheels, fork lowers, most of its covers, brake calipers, shock springs and even the risers on its new handlebar. It also has distinctive twin headlamps like the infamous Speed and Street Triples, housed in black, of course. This example is equipped with Triumph Windshield, Triumph Sissy Bar Backrest with Luggage Rack, Triumph Leather Saddlebags, Rider and Passenger Floorboards and British Customs Pipes that sound GREAT !!! Don't miss out on this iconic Triumph Cruiser.

2012 Triumph Thunderbird Storm





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