Triumph Thunderbird Sport
Welcome to the webBikeWorld Triumph Thunderbird Sport (TBS) page! Information about parts, accessories, repair, maintenance and more!
Sport Specifications: The specs
and data for the 1999 Triumph Thunderbird Sport motorcycle
Triumph Thunderbird Sport News: Motorcycle Chain Lube | From the TBS Riders list: Seal spoked wheels to run tubeless tires article | Here's a short article describing the process of sealing spoked wheels | The Bike-Watch looks great on the TBS: Check out this wBW Review of the Bike-Watch | Here are some wBW photos of Triumph accessories from the 2003 Cycle World Motorcycle Show
Triumph Thunderbird Sport Recall: Did you know that there was a recall on the 1999 Thunderbird Sport?
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Triumph Thunderbird Sport Owners, Clubs, Email lists and Resources: A wBW page that has a listing of Triumph email lists and groups, with information on how to join | Here's a bulletin board for T-bird Sport owners; you can sign up for an email list here also for Hinckley Triumphs | Triumph Classics list for "Discussion of Hinckley Triumph classic motorcycles, including the Adventurer, Legend, Thunderbird and Bonneville" | Triumph Rat has all sorts of information on Hinckley Triumphs
Thunderbird Sport Parts - Accessories: Hinckley Triumph Factory Accessories: Motorcycle Gearshops carries a complete line of Triumph apparel for men and women plus many Hinckley Triumph parts and accessories for all models | Triumph factory parts and accessory lists, owner manuals and other downloads with all of the Triumph clothing and accessories that can currently be purchased from Triumph; also maintenance charts for all Hinckley Triumphs (all in .pdf format) | Great Bay Motorcycles has a nice selection of accessories (and parts) for Thunderbirds and Thunderbird Sports, including bags - panniers, exhaust systems, windscreens, seats and more | Scotts Performance carries stainless steel lifetime oil filters that filter down to 35 microns; available for the Thunderbird Sport and other Hinckley Triumphs | Sprint Manufacturing (U.K.) has many different parts for a variety of Triumphs, including the Thunderbird Sport | Tons of Triumph brand accessories, parts, scale models, watches and the Triumph brand clothing line at Triumph Motorcycle Gearshop
Thunderbird Sport Mufflers - Silencers: Epco now has a pattern for the TBS. Here's a note from wBW Visitor "S.H.": "Rick, I picked the Epco name off your site and dropped them an email. They make stainless mufflers for classic Euro bikes, Harleys, and hotrods. I asked about making me a set for my 2000 TBS. Tom is a great guy to work with, answered all my questions, used my stock mufflers as a pattern and made his first set for a Hinckley Triumph | More on the Motorcycle Exhaust Systems page
Thunderbird Sport Shock Absorbers:
Hagon UK | Dave
Quinn Motorcycles carries Hagon in the U.S.A. | Technoflex
shocks are supposedly similar to Ohlins | More shock
absorber sources on the Motorcycle
Thunderbird Sport Reviews: Chuck Hawks' TBS Owner review
Bar End Mirrors: Now on the wBW Motorcycle Mirrors, Grips, Handlebars page
Thunderbird Sport Luggage Options: Roadgear Compact Sport Tank Bag and Sport Tail Bag review | Oxford Sports Compact Tank Bag | Marsee Tank Bag on a TBS
Motorcycle Books: Check out the wBW Motorcycle Books and Reviews page for a listing of many motorcycle books, videos and reviews! See the wBW review of the Illustrated Triumph Motorcycle Buyer's Guide or the Illustrated Norton Motorcycle Buyer's Guide
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