I have been riding for several years off and on. And I've also ridden several different brands of motorcycles.
I just sold my old 1978 Goldwing which was a good ride. But after riding the America, the only thing I can say is that, this is the most comfortable motorcycle I've ever ridden.
It handles great, has good power, great fuel economy and even with my wife on the back it is still very stable, plenty of power for me and a real joy to ride.
Not to mention that it's not a clone, but pure British engineering that I think is superior to anything I've ridden so far. It's much more comfortable than my old Goldwing and a hundred pounds lighter.
I'm also hearing impaired, so the quiet and smoothness of the engine is right up my alley. We can even have a conversation while riding which I never could on the Sportster which was all hollering over the exhaust trying to be heard.
Whenever I buy another motorcycle it surely will be another Triumph, and the sales and service personel at the Roanoke dealership are top notch.
They were very friendly and helpful. I wouldn't hesitate to buy there again. I give them and my Triumph five stars across the board.
Upgrades/Accessories: Triumph windscreen, Triumph panniers and Triumph backrest.
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