2008 Triumph Street Triple 675 1st Ride – Motorcycle USA

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2008 Triumph Street Triple 675 1st Ride – Motorcycle USA

2008 Triumph Street Triple 675 1st Ride Triumph’s 2008 Street Triple 675 is an all-new streetfighter option for riders who are looking for something smaller and more managable than their Speed Triple 1050. Between epic riding escapades aboard the latest 1000cc sportbikes, as well as a few early morning 450cc motocross outings, honestly, I wasn’t all that excited to be riding this Fusion White painted Triumph idling in front of me. And it wasn’t because of its distinct insect-like resemblance, upright riding ergos or even its British name plate. It was because of its small displacement 675cc engine. You see, sheer amounts of outright power can jade any motorcyclist, making ...

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2005 Triumph Speed Triple – webBikeWorld

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2005 Triumph Speed Triple – webBikeWorld

Photos and text courtesy of Triumph Motorcycles The new Triumph 2005 Speed Triple features a larger capacity (1050cc) engine, a revised chassis including upside down forks, radial brakes, redesigned swingarm and high level pipes! Now available in Jet Black, Neon Blue and Scorched Yellow paint schemes. To become a two-wheeled icon is no easy task but from its very first incarnation over a decade ago the Speed Triple assumed just that status. Some things are just right and meant to be and, mixing as it does a primal three-cylinder core with sporting ability and an aggressive, stripped-down stance, the Speed Triple has always been one of those things. Its heart and soul has struck a chord ...

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2013 Triumph Daytona 675 and 675R – First Look Rider Magazine

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2013 Triumph Daytona 675 and 675R – First Look Rider Magazine

2013 Triumph Daytona 675 and 675R – First Look 2013 Triumph Daytona 675. Greg Drevenstedt November 16, 2012 After failing to find success with its TT600, a sportbike with a 600cc in-line four-cylinder engine that competed head-to-head with well-developed offerings from Japan’s Big Four, Triumph launched the Daytona 675 in 2006, powered by a 675cc in-line triple, an engine configuration that has largely come to define the British manufacturer. The Daytona was updated in 2008, but it has remained unchanged since as Triumph improved and expanded the rest of its model line. 2013 Triumph Daytona 675 For 2013, Triumph has given the Daytona 675 . and its track-focused Daytona 675R stable ...

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Triumph Rocket iii Touring Best Cruiser Bike in the World Reviews

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Triumph Rocket iii Touring Best Cruiser Bike in the World Reviews

Triumph Rocket iii Touring Best Cruiser Motorcycle in the World Triumph Rocket iii  Touring The Touring version of the Triumph Rocket series comes with the new special features that make it more comfortable and best suited motorcycle for the long journey. Among them you will find saddlebags, tall wind screen, and low seat height of 730mm only that offers comfortable riding position, a back rest for the pillion, 5.9us gallon large fuel tank. The riding position is comfortable, relaxed and laid back thanks to the comfy seat, pulled back handlebar, and large footboards. It gives you everything from performance to comfort to street presence. It is light and attractive enough to both when it is ...

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2011 Triumph Thunderbird Storm First Ride – Motorcycle USA

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2011 Triumph Thunderbird Storm First Ride – Motorcycle USA

2011 Triumph Thunderbird Storm First Ride New drag-style bars, a hopped-up engine and blacked-out features instill a little aggression into the performance and styling of the 2011 Thunderbird Storm. Check it out in our 2011 Thunderbird Storm First Ride Video. They call the new Thunderbird “Storm” because it’s dark as threatening thunderclouds. Black is the only color it comes in and black is the color of most of its components. This marketing strategy has proven successful for other manufacturers and its popularity is attractive to younger motorcyclists, so it’s no surprise Triumph is also attempting to ride that trend and boost motorcycle sales. The traditional chrome ...

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Trident 900 –

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Trident 900 –

Trident 900 With the unpopularity of naked bikes the last few years, it was easy to question Triumph’s sanity when they introduced the Trident 900 — after all, if it’s not a cutting-edge racer, full-dress tourer, under-5,000 dollar sporty beginner bike, or anything that looks like a Harley Davidson, it seems it’s just not worth a manufacturer’s time to produce. At first glance, the Trident looks like it could be any mid-1980s Japanese sport bike, but in fact, it is significantly better, and this bike may be the basis of Triumph’s resurrection. For those that remember the Triumph of old, hang on to your memories, for this bike has nothing in common save ...

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2005 Triumph Thruxton 900 Motortrend

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2005 Triumph Thruxton 900 Motortrend

2005 Triumph Thruxton 900 2005 Triumph Thruxton 900 2005 Triumph Thruxton 900 The past is a glorious place to visit, for a brief time at least. But the past can also teach us much and one lesson has stood the passage of time – that the raw essence of motorcycling transcends all technology. What a bike is, and represents to the owner, is very nearly as important as what it does. And all that’s really needed, for many are an engine, two wheels and a pair of handlebars. A fact the Thruxton 900 underlines so elegantly. Drawing on the Spartan café racing machines of the sixties and taking its name from the near-mythic racing Triumphs from the same era, its 865cc air-cooled twin cylinder ...

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2013 Triumph Street Triple R- First Ride Review

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2013 Triumph Street Triple R- First Ride Review

2013 Triumph Street Triple R – First Ride How does Triumph overhaul its best-selling bike? Very carefully. Almería, Spain –Leaving the hotel parking lot at walking speed, I stalled the Street Triple R and tumped it over on its right side, possibly a new record but at least a good way to end the suspense early. Not to worry; my lovely Dainese gear broke the bike’s fall nicely, and the only injury was a light scrapage to its exhaust tip. The 13 pounds it’s supposedly lost made the Triple appear to be easy to pick up as my attendants scrambled into action while I applied the verbal lash for allowing me to fall over in the first place. The previous Street Triple weighed just 395 pounds, ...

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Triumph T100C and T100R – The Real Classic Bike Guide – RealClassic.co.uk

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Triumph T100C and T100R – The Real Classic Bike Guide – RealClassic.co.uk

Triumph T100C and T100R Trevor (Ozboy) Brooks swapped a 1970 Triumph 500 for a 1969 Triumph 500. Out on the road together, the pair turned out to be non-identical twins. When I sold my T100R Daytona a number of people were aghast. I then acquired a T100C, to many eyes as akin to the Daytona as two peas in a pod. Just whip off one of the carbs and the rev counter, then stick the pipes together up one side of the bike, and once again Bob is unquestionably your uncle. Right? OK, there’s an extra inch on the Daytona front brake while the ‘C’ has folding footrests, a steering damper and stainless guards. That’s about it. And yet… Despite the fact that I sold him the ...

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2013 Triumph Street Triple R Review –

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2013 Triumph Street Triple R Review –

A lot more to the updated roadster than just a rerouted exhaust Photos by Triumph Triumph ’s Street Triple platform is one of our favorite motorcycles because of its playfully sporting character that appeals to all sorts of riders. In fact, the up-spec R version took our Motorcycle of the Year honors in 2009 . So when we learned about an updated version for 2013, we were hoping Triumph didn’t do anything to diminish its eminently likeable qualities. Measured by the sum of their parts, the 2013 Triumph Street Triple and Street Triple R are more than warmed up 2012 leftovers. The lauded 675cc inline three-cylinder returns unchanged, but the obvious relocation of its exhaust system is only ...

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