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Cool 675 - January 29, 2006, 06:57 AM

Apparently they're starting to show up - this one's at a dealer in PA. The guy in the picture says he's 6'0" and the 675 looks like a pocket bike under him. Unless the camera angle distorted things in a funky way the bike must be tiny. I "borrowed" the picture, I guess the guy won't mind as he plastered it all over the web yesterday.

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January 29, 2006, 07:06 AM

Yeah it does look short. Is it just me or do the forks look like they are compressed? His weight is doing that? Or does this bike just ride low?


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January 29, 2006, 04:54 PM

Damn...that does look like a tiny bike. No matter...as soon as Clinton Cycles has another Triumph Demo Day....I'm all over that bike like a fat kid on a Baby Ruth candy bar.


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January 29, 2006, 05:20 PM

Quote:
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The guy in the picture says he's 6'0" and the 675 looks like a pocket bike under him. Unless the camera angle distorted things in a funky way the bike must be tiny. I "borrowed" the picture, I guess the guy won't mind as he plastered it all over the web yesterday.


here's bambam on my bike


675 doesn't look any smaller. That guy is probably 6'0 and 240lbs. I know bam is like 6'2 and Im not even gonna guess his tonnage.


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February 9, 2006, 12:55 PM

length wise...they're about the same I think. But the 675 is about as slim as a Ducati.



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