After 9 years of ownership I'm selling my lovely, pristine Speed Triple. If you've ever looked at these you'll know there are some tatty bikes out the but this ones is superb condition with a brilliant spec. Its a 2005, 1050 in jet black with twin arrows, full Maxton suspension (yes, it's a good as they say) as well as pixie fairing, belly pan and pillion seat cover. Pazzo shorty levers, Rizona brake fluid reservoirs, black, flat Renthal bars, upgraded black Nissin calipers and second stage tail tidy. Its also got black powder coated foot pegs and rad guards and has Metzler M7RRs on with a brand new (less than 100 miles) rear. It's been meticulously cared for with ACF50 used regularly and even has the Triumph Motorcycles tool kit under the seat. There are a few stone chips (on the pixie, one on the belly pan and a couple on the tank) that I've tried to show in the pictures but those are the only blemishes on an otherwise immaculate bike. It's covered 20,037 miles and has a full service history. I've maintained the bike myself with regular documented oil and filter changes as well as brake fluid and lubrication of bearings etc. I took it for the 12,000 mile service to Total Triumph in Taunton to get the valve clearances done as well as a full service so it has the dealer stamp and receipt for that major service. I also changed the spragg clutch (early bike suffered with the teeth chipping off the original if the battery power was low) and have the receipt for that also. The Maxton suspension cost £1,000 and transforms the bike from stiff ball busting handful to plush, controlled, feedback rife handful ;-). Twin arrow pipes are glorious and are dent free and in superb nick. This is a seriously tidy bike with every desirable part. I'd rather not put back to stock as there are loads out there with stock cans etc. £4,450 ono including all the stock parts (pipes, suspension, gold calipers and levers etc). I'm based in Taunton, Somerset. Happy for you to test ride as long as I have cash in hand or can go for a spin with you to show it's all working and how well it handles. Any questions, please ask and feel free to share!