It's a 2002 Speed Triple 955i. It has had only one prior owner, from whom I bought the bike earlier this year. It has just under 53,000k on the clock, but has only travelled around 5000k since a full engine rebuild. It's got a near-as-dammit brand new engine; I've had to run it in. The bike comes with a Ventura rack, a Triumph sports muffler that sounds very nice indeed, crash knobs, Renthal bars, a belly pan, radiator shrouds, and a few bits of strategically applied faux carbon fibre. Most importantly, it is black. The bike has minimal cosmetic damage to the muffler and the bottom of the right fork, caused when the previous owner parted company with it (a common or garden lowside, it seems). This has never been an issue for me; as far as I'm concerned it counts as patina. If anyone wants, I'll send them close-up pics. I have the original owner's manual, a workshop manual on CD, and receipts. The bike has Vic registration to April 2010. I will supply a RWC if required. Since purchase by me, the bike's been given a new rear disc, new front and rear brake levers, a new battery, a replacement idle speed controller and a replacement ECU. It has also had a new starter sprag clutch fitted, and a specialist bike electrician has been over the wiring loom and fixed the charging system fault that was almost certainly the reason why the original sprag clutch lunched itself. Finally, the bike comes with a brand new (literally - only just scrubbed in) Pilot Power 2 on the front. The rear Pilot Power has plenty of life left in it. I'm asking $7650, which I think is fair. This price includes an Anderson single-sided rear stand that would cost something like $275 to buy new. This bike is an absolute blast to ride, seriously. It goes beautifully, sounds great, and is generally a real hoot. You will smile. So...why am I selling it? A couple of reasons. One is financial. I need to spend some money on some other things over the next few months. I have two bikes, I can only keep one. Another is down to my crook and aging neck. There's actually less wind buffeting on the Triumph than there is on my (faired) Suzuki, but the pressure of the wind is greater. After a couple of hours at highway speeds on the Triple, my neck really feels the strain and I don't think I could cope with it as my only bike in the medium-long term. If you don't have bulging/degenerate discs in your neck, it won't be an issue for you. So that's the story. If you are interested in the bike (or know someone who you think might be), send me a PM.