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He took the Triumph Street Triple out around the 12.8 mile loop through the back roads of Merrimack. He described it Lv Mm Agenda as a "b to the walls bike," and was impressed with its handling.
Darrell Faulkenberry, the owner of Second Wind Triumph, approached Triumph about bringing 20 new bikes for the demo on Friday and today. Test drives are free, but the event is designed to allow people to ride multiple bikes and get their engines revved.
"Everything was replaced with the best quality," said Dave Rosen, the Triumph regional manager. "It was a tragedy, but it was the best thing to ever happen to Triumph."
Triumph, a British manufacturer, was prominent in the 1960s and '70s, Louis Vuitton Croisette Price
in "The Great Escape," in 1963.
In Beaulieu's book, those who drive Triumph motorcycles are people who take care of their bike and enjoy riding it. These less common bikes especially appeal to a more distinguished, older crowd, and that's nice company to be in, he said.
Salesman Darius Ginwala was pleased with the turnout Friday, but is anticipating a larger crowd of 150 or more riders today. Ginwala said people should arrive early so they can get multiple rides in and enjoy the free food and party like atmosphere.
Peterborough, just bought a Triumph Tiger Special Edition. He said the bike's performance and size made it a perfect fit for him. Beaulieu is 6 feet 5 inches, and doesn't fit on just any bike.
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"It felt like it was glued to the road," Beaulieu said. "Makes me second guess getting the one I just bought."
He was one of 70 or so people who took advantage of 20 brand new Triumph motorcycles with free demo rides at Second Wind BMW and Triumph in Merrimack on Friday.
The storied brand faced a long lull, which later led to extinction.
Riders were encouraged to take more than one bike for a spin. Kevin Beaulieu, of Lv Favorite Pm Damier Ebene
"It isn't a bunch of 17 year olds using dad's money to buy a plastic bike," Beaulieu said.
Famed British tycoon John Bloor bought the brand in 1983, but the company's real revival came after its factory burned down in 2002, just short of its 100th anniversary.
Enthusiasts treated to free demo rides
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