Turner Oppy Wins Auction Of Triumph Trophy 1200 SE To Benefit The Roadracing World Action Fund

Turner Oppy Wins Auction Of Triumph Trophy 1200 SE To Benefit The Roadracing World Action Fund

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Turner Oppy, of Durham, North Carolina, has won the auction of a 2014 Triumph Trophy SE touring motorcycle donated to benefit the Roadracing World Action Fund and help save motorcycle racers from being injured at racetracks.

On December 13, the Roadracing World Action Fund (RWAF) announced the auction of the former demo bike generously donated by George Latus’ Latus Motors Triumph dealership in Portland, Oregon. It was announced that the person who placed the highest bid over $7,999 before 12:00 p.m. (noon) Pacific Time on December 31 would not only receive this never-registered motorcycle, but would also get their name or their company’s name or logo (24 inches long, with logo subject to approval by RWAF and MotoAmerica) applied to the upper corner of a section of Airfence deployed at a MotoAmerica (or other racing) event in the United States– giving the bidder credit for doing a good thing, on top of getting a great motorcycle!

Oppy won the auction with a bid of $8,507.

The Roadracing World Action Fund is selling this donated, never-registered 2014 Triumph Trophy 1200 SE luxury touring motorcycle to benefit the fund and help purchase and deploy more soft barriers.

The Triumph Trophy SE is powered by a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, DOHC 1215cc (with a bore and stroke of 85.0mm x 71.4mm) inline three-cylinder engine that is claimed to produce 132 peak horsepower at 9,500 rpm and 89 lbs.-ft. of torque at 6,450 rpm, with a six-speed transmission. It has a twin-spar frame with 43mm inverted front forks and shaft final drive, and comes with Pirelli tires, a 120/70-17 front and a 190/55-17 rear. It has a 6.6-gallon fuel tank, Lunar Silver paint, and 309 demo-ride miles on its odometer.

Features on the Triumph Trophy SE include: Ride-by-Wire (RbW) throttle, traction control, linked brakes, ABS (Anti-lock Brake System), cruise control, Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), electronically adjustable suspension (including spring preload), an electronically adjustable windscreen, electronically adjustable headlights, manually adjustable seat height (between 30.3 and 31.1 inches), heated grips, detachable 31-liter hard cases, and a sound system that includes XM Sirius satellite radio, Bluetooth connectivity, and compatibility with iPods and iPhones.

The 2014 Triumph Trophy 1200 SE comes with detachable side cases.

The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for this 2014 Triumph Trophy SE was $18,999.

The Roadracing World Action Fund is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping reduce injuries at motorcycle racetracks through motorcycle safety education efforts and by encouraging and facilitating the use of soft barriers at racing events. Since its founding in 2001, the Roadracing World Action Fund has raised approximately $2 million in donations, purchased and deployed hundreds of soft barriers around the United States, and helped prevent or reduce the severity of injuries to many motorcycle racers and track day riders. For more information, go to www.roadracingworld.com/actionfund/.

Latus Motors Triumph is the premier Portland Triumph dealer and carries the full line of Triumph motorcycles as well as Triumph parts, accessories, clothing, and service. Latus Triumph Motorcycles is located at 870 E. Berkeley St., Gladstone, OR 97027, (503) 249-8653, www.latusmotorstriumph.com.

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