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The transmission mechanism of a motorcycle is quite simple, made in most of the cases by two toothed wheels, one connected to the crankshaft (front sprocket) and one connected to the rear rim (rear sprocket), and by a chain, whose task is to transmit the rotary motion of the driving wheel, the front sprocket, to the driven wheel, which is the rear sprocket.
The front sprocket is never in axis with the swingarm pivot, except for some prototype motorcycles, so the overall length of the chain should change during the wheel travel, becoming maximum when the front sprocket, axle of the swingarm and rear sprocket are aligned.
This type of mechanism let the chain stretch at the moment of maximum extension, but it is not tense during the rest of the vertical movement of the wheel. Longer is the swingarm, less is the effetc at the same run of the rear suspension.
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Assembling the riser kit on the Triumph Bonneville T100/T120 (read this article) you are going to change the geometry of your bike, reducing the trail of the bike and raising up the center of gravity; in this way the bike is going to be faster in the changes of direction and in the narrow streets.
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Since 1959, Triumph Bonneville tells a story of timeless charm with an unmistakable aesthetic, it tells of travels and sportiness, but most of all it tells/speaks about fun!
A characteristic that has always distinguished Triumph motorcycles was the pleasure of driving.
With its two parallel cylinders engine and the excellent cycling, Bonneville does not disappoint the expectations, but it is also true that the excellent cycling in the case of Bonneville can be customized to meet the needs of its owners. Since 2006, The Bonnevilles are very stable motorcycles during curve travel, but they are also a bit lazy and slow in the change of direction as well as in narrow streets or city traffic.
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