Im 65 years old, as a kid of 12-14 there was a nice fellow in our small rural neighborhood of Red House Virginia who owed a succession of British Bikes including Triumph, BSA and Norton to name a few.
Alvin would give us all rides even if we were lined up 10 deep. A happy memory Ill never forget.
All great bikes, the Triumph was my favorite and the one I liked the most.
50 years later, yesterday I fulfilled one of my dreams and brought home a new Triumph Bonneville T100.
Craig, Ambassador Sales Representative for Frontline made our deal in all of 10 minutes.
I found Craig to be very straight up and matter of fact. Craig didnt hesitate to answer any of my questions and was informative and personable.
Chris, Finance Manager moved use though the paperwork effectively. I did not require finance but he made me aware of other offerings.
I met Tiffany in Service and Josh in parts.
I was in an out and headed home with my new bike within an hour.
I hope to return soon for my T100 initial once over and if they have a little time, get to know them all a little better. After all Im now a proud member of the Triumph Motorcycle Family.
Nostalgia is strong medicine and Triumph continues to perpetuate the Legendary reputation of one of the worlds all time great classic Motorcycles the Bonneville.
I can recommend Frontline Motorsports confidently and assure you there is a good culture in the Frontline Eurosports House.
PS Although Ive got a lot of fences down here on my farm. I believe Im going to leave all the fence jumping on a Triumph to Steve. If I have to explain that to you, then you need to watch a few old movies. And yes I know a Triumph wasnt used in the final scene, but in my mind it has always been a Triumph for me!
John D Senator Barksdale
Lynchburg, Virginia (Employee: Craig Wickersham, Craig Wickersham)