New Dealership - Mae Rim??

Discussion in 'BritBike Triumph Thailand' started by Rhodie, Apr 19, 2008.

  1. Seen recently north of Chiang Mai a selection of Triumphs, and bikes for sale.
    a Bungy band of trumpets

    The Sales Team with the ever-helpful Miss Gung

    Feline approval for the Tiger

    The Tiger appears to be breeding

    An impression of the new 675 Tiger Cub
    has been appearing on the web
    sadly another smaller motard

    Triumph's jumping off in Mae Rim??
  2. Would that dealership be called Ambassador Bikes?
  3. Always culturally sensitive and ever ready to serve the QC & KFC elements of the biking community,
    with a biker's breakfast that puts the Kafe to shame!
  4. Great Photos as Usual Rhodie, Well done!!! :D Good to See the Development of New Model Triumphs also!!! That New Tiger Cub is a Pretty Sweet looking Bike which probably goes as well as it Looks.
    Thanks for the Compliments :wink: Was a Fun Day!!!
  5. I notice only one of those bikes has a for sale sign. Looks nice and clean though. :roll:
  6. The BMW F650 is for Sale on Behalf of Captain Slash. 2 Years Old 330.000 Baht or Near Offer. Everything Else i Own is for Sale if the Price is Right? :wink: Make an Offer. The Original Idea of this Post is as they Say in Merry England: "Taking The Piss" :D By the Way i am from New Zealand not that it is Relevant! Almost Seems like a Good Idea though and May be some Development on this Front in the Future. But feel Free to call in and Take a look. As i said: "Everything is for Sale if the Price is right"
  7. Hi Ian

    I have popped in. I was replying "tongue in cheek" as they say. Hopefully, in the vein of the thread. No offence intended :oops:

    I was the lost looking pom from Khon Kaen hanging around with John last week. Oh, and by the way, you can get an AX on the back of a Navara.

    Edited to add; It was great to meet you and the other GT Riders at the riverside the other night. I hope be back up soon and to ride back on a nice new shiny Yamaha. Enjoy your Kanchanaburi trip!

    All the best, George

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