Post Sale Update: This Adventurer sold for $2,150 after 9 bids on eBay.
The Triumph Adventurer combines the smoothness of their 900cc triple with a laid back, standard frame. A larger front wheel and longer forks set it apart from the Thunderbird, giving it a relaxed sense and riding style. It can’t be described as sprightly, but is that really what you want from a cruiser? Triumph doesn’t think so. The Adventurer was designed to be a tool for comfortable transportation. It does just that, and looks good if you are into the Triumph brand of style.
Currently sitting with 14,091 miles, this 2000 Adventurer (VIN: SMT394DJXYJ097504) was actually used for some adventuring, but it has definitely not seen pavement for the last time. The pictures look great, suggesting it was well taken care of and whoever rode those 14,000 miles intended on making it home at the end of the day. A Triumph factory exhaust offers a little more music for your ears, and a small backrest paired with saddle bags ensure this machine is actually capable and ready for your next adventure. According to the article, the only required service is a speedometer cable, but a video highlighting details and firing it up should ease your fears of any major services. For more information on the Adventurer, look at this MCN review.
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