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Welcome to Douglas Motocycles. We strive to make you proud to know us.
Welcome to Douglas Motocycles. We strive to make you proud to know us.

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Douglas Motorcycles attended the Speedmaster and Bobber Black launch party...and what a party it was! Exciting times, exciting bikes for sure. Stay tuned for more to come.

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Triumph success worldwide is gaining traction for sure. The brand continues to pop out the best in new motorcycles while enhancing the reputation it has gained over 100 years as a unique and premium manufacturer of motorcycles.

There's never been a better time to be a motorcyclist and in particular, Triumph enthusiast and owner.

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For 2017 Triumph has upped the ante with several new models which is amazing in itself. To make this more exciting it comes on the heels of a revamped Bonneville line just introduced in 2016! We suggest a full review of bikes, accessories and clothing at the main Triumph US website.

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Love this one...by Brits for all Triumph owners. Love it or hate it, a Rocket is a very formidable bike!

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Check out Boats and Cycles if you're shopping for a new Triumph, MV Agusta, Beta or Zero!

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Subscribe to "For the ride" or just read it when we post! Great reading from Triumph.
For The Ride
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Spring has sprung and so have several new bikes from Triumph! Come in and try a couple along with some of your other Triumph favorites on Saturday April 9th!

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Douglas Motorcycles partner Art Guilfoil interviewed by Inland Empire Alive!

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Here's a pretty helpful video about those stickers left on your new motorcycle. Douglas Motorcycles removes them for you most of the time but we prefer to leave them until you get to your first service so that you've had a chance to read them first.

One thing we would add, unlike the way shown in the video, we don't recommend using your fingernail to scratch at the paint to lift up the sticker. Believe it or not, your fingernail can do a lot of damage and it pays to be much more careful than they are showing here. You can just slide a fingernail under the sticker without scratching at the paint. If you have a hard time doing it we will spray some WD40 on the sticker edge and rub it until the edge looses adhesion.
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