To anyone who hasn't "met" me yet (on-line), I'm the new moderator of the Triumph Classics section of TriumphTalk.
The forum has recently undergone another transformation, this one fairly comprehensive, and new moderators are being introduced in many sections. There are lots of new/different features that will take some getting used to (as usual on any forum), so hang in there and let's work together to make this place one of the better online resources for Classic Triumph motorcycles. Note that out Wiki Site is already growing and feel free to get involved there as well.
While there are relatively few members on this forum that own and/or enjoy the Classics, there are still enough of us to grow this place, if we all contribute on a regular basis. Some people are shy, many don't think thier tinkering or rides interest anyone else, and some just don't have the time to spend typing out their project narratives and uploading photos. In ALL of those cases, I say, WHEN YOU HAVE A LITTLE TIME, go ahead and just do it! Believe me, if NOBODY ELSE is interested in how you changed your rear sprocket, I AM! I learn something new nearly every time I read people's project threads, and I get to see new sights and hear of new destinations whenever people tell thier stories. Don't be shy about being long-winded either, if people think your story is too long, they can just click over to another thread, no offense!
So, jump in and lets get our winter projects (or summer rides for you downunder) out there for folks to see!