America, Triumph Motorcycle: It has got the low seat. It has got the classic chromed-up cruiser style. It has got the sound, but the Triumph America offers a unique alternative among the sea of wannabe clones. Traditional British parallel-twin. Lightest in class. Great to ride. Grabs attention wherever it goes.
Factory Specs for 2007 Triumph AMERICA
Frame: Tubular Steel Cradle
Suspension: Front: 41 Mm Forks Rear: Chromed Spring Twin Shocks With Adjustable Preload
Fuel System: Twin Carburetors With Throttle Position Sensor And Electric Carburetor Heaters
Fuel Tank Capacity: 4.4 Gal. (16.6 L)
Ignition: Digital, Inductive Type
Clutch: Wet, Multi-plate
Final Drive: X-ring Chain
Colors: Phantom Black, Two-tone Phantom Black / Sunset Red, Two-tone Phantom Black / Tornado Red, Two-tone Pacific Blue / New England White (see Options For Color Pricing)
Brakes Wheels Tires
Brakes: Front: Single 310 Mm Disc, 2-piston Calipers Rear: Single 285 Mm Disc, 2-piston Calipers
Tires: Front: 110/90 18 Rear: 170/80 15
The America is just made for the open road. It feels planted and rides easy. For 2007 the jet-black, parallel twin motor has been cranked up to 865 cc to give the bike more torque. And more torque means fewer gear changes - just what is needed for relaxed cruising. The riding position puts the rider at the center of the universe with a low, sofa of a seat that lets feet be planted firmly on the ground when coming to a stop. The pillion gets a exceptionally comfortable riding experience too with a roomy seat. Spinning a beefy, 170/80-section rear tire (crowning a new-for-2007 cast 15-inch rim) through a five-speed gearbox the engine fires its heartbeat out through a pair of deep-chrome reverse cone silencers. Heavy duty, wide set telescopic forks add substance and a solid look to the America’s raked front end, as does the new 18-inch cast front wheel, shod with its 110/90 tire. Disc brakes front and rear matched to twin-piston calipers take care of the stopping duties. Cruising is all about the essence of freedom and individuality and the America provides both. It’s also ready to further personalize, with the simple addition of luggage and extra chrome work. There are also entire custom painted body kits to mark out a personal identity. The need to ride and explore lies deep within the human soul. The open road beckons, waiting to be ridden and the America is a relaxed and enjoyable passport to two-wheeled freedom. Why not go along to your Triumph dealer and test ride your ticket to freedom?