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Hi Fellow TTR fans, I am reluctantly selling my 2004 Reg TTR 250. This bike has been fully rebuilt by Steve Attfield proprietor of the Totally TTR shop and website. There is an amazingly detailed blog by Steve on how he rebuilt this bike, go to the forum and look under Projects and Restorations, then go to TTRs Rebuild. I bought the bike in March 2017 so that my partner and I could take our bikes overland to Cape Town, we have now gone our separate ways and I can't afford to keep this great bike. I bought it with 14365 on the clock and it now reads 15387, hardly any miles at all. So MOT till 20/01/2018, V5 held by me with spare keys etc. Full stainless Motard exhaust system (nice and quiet, not everyone's cuppa), Ally bash plate and Renthal handlebars. New K60 Heidenau Scout tyres front and back. Electric and Kick start. Also included in sale is a 22 litre Accrebis fuel tank, locking fuel cap and full fitting kit all purchased from Zen Overland (did not get round to fitting it myself).  Last but not least new front and back Pirrelli P90 Professional Trail tyres (see photos). IMG_1427 TTR.JPG

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Looking for offers around £2500, call me on 07779321037 or mail me  colin_cresser@btinternet.com if you are interested.

Enjoy the Photo's

Sorry TTR Fans But this motorcycle has now been SOLD<SOLD<SOLD>



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Sorry not sure how the images rotated, you will have to stand on your head!!

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yes will have to be careful the bike and parts don't drop off the photos biggrin nice clean bike though



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Hi Colin

Sorry to hear your plans did not work out and have gone separate ways.

For all of you who don't know about the bike, you can read about it here http://ttr250.activeboard.com/t62616848/totally-ttrs-rebuild/

When I took over totallyttrs from Brian, he got me to do a full rebuild, with him watching over me (apprentice) and this bike came out fantastic! It really feels like a new bike and you would be crazy to miss out on something so sorted.

Get in quick people.

Steve



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50 minutes to go on the eBay auction - someone is going to get a very cheap immaculate TTR if the bidding doesn't hot up no

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/152732337809?ul_noapp=true



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They did £2500 for all of that is a bargain!



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I've been away from the forum for a while (injury) & returned to be pleasantly surprised to see that bikes of this quality (overhauled) are now achieving their true value of £2500+

I see more modern bikes with less miles on, but more gadgetry emblazoned with "perfect adventure/green lane" bike; but in my mind they fall short of this understated and hidden gem(one of the few bikes still manufactured in Japan).

People are waking up to the adage "less is more"- a bike that can be repaired in the field, with a fantastic support network and the ability to be "fettled" to suit whatever environment/challenge you wish to tackle has got to be a positive.

I have a lovely BMW1200GS- heavily promoted by brand BMW, Charlie & Ewan extreme global conquerors & have done a few long distance trips on various bikes. As a comparable- to replace a BMW clutch...a whopping £1300 (and I don't believe it could be done in the field)...to replace a TTR clutch ...about £50.00?(please correct me, asto the exact amount)..& can be done in the field; easily by yourself. What bike would you have faith in to do a distance trip?

Other influencing factors might also be:
1.Insurance- I pay about £15.00 per year (fully compressive) for my TTR.
2.Fuel economy-A long range tank (Raid) delivers the same distance mileage as my BMW- imagine the fuel range with an Acerbis tank (as shown in the bike for sale)!
3.Lightness/weight- ideal for mud/sand/rocks...I wouldn't fancy taking my BMW across similar terrain
4.Part availability ( I order from TotallyTTRs ) and often, the following day, the part arrives...and I know it will be right & fit
5.Ability to tweek/alter/fettle to carry equipment to sustain any intended trip
6.Undeniably they don't get to the destination as fast as a more powerful bike- but if your goal is the journey & not the destination then surely this has to be an advantage.

I believe these time served classics (25yrs no major changes) will continue to offer excellent value for money, fun and reliability if serviced and maintained.

Well done on achieving the right price- someone is going to be really happy- I hope we see them on here!



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Very well put Rod!

I think that there are TTR owners using their bikes for "adventure riding" and just quietly getting on with it.

Unlike those riders with the latest "adventure bike" who have probably received sponsorship for the bike, kit, provisions and/or overnight stuff like tents and sleeping bags. These guys and gals have to keep making noise to allow themselves to promote their sponsors. I got no problem with that as it gives me more bike-related articles to read plus the associated photos/videos biggrin

I think the TTR scores on all the points you make so well, and, yes, it is a modern day classic and beginning to be recognised as such. There are a growing number of documented TTR250 restorations that show just how to breathe new life into them and, forunately, owners are using this forum to show their work and results with the rest of us armchair enthusiasts.

With regard to the example of a clutch replacement, a new set of plates for a 7-plate clutch can be had for less than £30 and a new set of 10% stronger EBC springs for a tad over£10. It would literally take less than half an hour to fit them.

It will be interesting to see if the 350cc kit currently under development can be brought to market as this would help address the power issue for a fully laden TTR. As the saying goes, there's no replacement for displacement!

And, yes, well done Colin and good wishes to the new owner wink

Brian

 



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