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2010 Triumph Street Triple R vs. 2011 Ducati Monster 796 Motorcycle Shootout

Triumph's Street Triple R was our favorite of all bikes last year. Does the STR still have what it takes to remain one of our most loved motorcycles after we pit it against Ducati's all-new 2011 Monster 796 in a naked middleweight duel? Full Review: http://www.motorcycle.com/shoot-outs/2010-triumph-street-triple-r-vs-2011-ducati-monster-796-89973.html Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Motorcycle YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/Motorcycle Facebook - http://facebook.com/MotorcycleCom Twitter - http://twitter.com/MotorcycleCom Web - http://www.Motorcycle.com Established in 1994, Motorcycle.com is the premiere online resource for motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts. With hundreds of high quality, detailed video reviews on bikes from Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and just about everybody else, it's the best place to go to learn about the latest and greatest two-wheeled creations. There's simply no better resource if you're planning on buying or if you just want to check out some awesome machines.


 


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2008 Naked Middleweight Comparison: Triumph Street Triple 675 vs. Aprilia SL750 Shiver
http://www.motorcycle.com 2008 Naked Middleweight Comparison: Triumph Street Triple 675 vs. Aprilia SL750 Shiver Variety is a good thing. This is especially true in the sporting middleweight arena. If you're like us, then maybe you, too, like having variety, or seeking out the less popular. We put the 2008 Triumph Street Triple and 2008 Aprilia SL750 Shiver together for a little tête-à-tête in what we're calling our 2008 Naked Middleweights Comparison. Read the full comparison at Motorcycle.com. http://www.motorcycle.com/manufacturer/2008-naked-middleweight-comparison-t riumph-street-triple-675-vs-aprilia-sl750-shiver-86794.html





2013 BMW S1000RR HP4 Review - The most capable sportbike ever built?
If the Japanese and Italian sportbike manufacturers weren't yet quaking in their boots by the fabulously engineered BMW S1000RR, the HP4 will surely make them fret. http://www.motorcycle.com/manufacturer/bmw/2013-bmw-s1000rr-hp4-review-vide o-91420.html Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Motorcycle YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/Motorcycle Facebook - http://facebook.com/MotorcycleCom Twitter - http://twitter.com/MotorcycleCom Web - http://www.Motorcycle.com Established in 1994, Motorcycle.com is the premiere online resource for motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts. With hundreds of high quality, detailed video reviews on bikes from Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and just about everybody else, it's the best place to go to learn about the latest and greatest two-wheeled creations. There's simply no better resource if you're planning on buying or if you just want to check out some awesome machines.





2013 MV Agusta Brutale 675 vs. Triumph Street Triple R - 675cc Streetfighter Shootout
MV Agusta's Brutale 675 was introduced in 2012, while Triumph's Street Triple R received a makeover prior to entering the 2013 model year. The commonality among them is their 675cc inline-Triple engines, superbike handlebars and lack of sportbike bodywork. From here the two bikes diverge in performance mannerisms, technologies, price and visual appeal. Which manufacturer concocted a better middleweight two-wheel ruffian is what we'll now determine. Read our full comparison article here - http://www.motorcycle.com/shoot-outs/2013-mv-agusta-brutale-675-vs-triumph- street-triple-r Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Motorcycle YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/Motorcycle Facebook - http://facebook.com/MotorcycleCom Twitter - http://twitter.com/MotorcycleCom Web - http://www.Motorcycle.com Established in 1994, Motorcycle.com is the premiere online resource for motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts. With hundreds of high quality, detailed video reviews on bikes from Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and just about everybody else, it's the best place to go to learn about the latest and greatest two-wheeled creations. There's simply no better resource if you're planning on buying or if you just want to check out some awesome machines.





2010 Streetfighter Shootout: Kawasaki Z1000 vs. Triumph Speed Triple
New-age contender takes on the icon. We enjoyed Kawasaki's new Z1000 so much after our initial test we decided to see how it would fare against the endlessly appealing Triumph Speed Triple, a true icon of the naked sportbike genre and winner of our Motorcycle of the Year award. Full review: http://www.motorcycle.com/shoot-outs/2010-streetfighter-shootout-kawasaki-z 1000-vs-triumph-speed-triple-89250.html Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Motorcycle YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/Motorcycle Facebook - http://facebook.com/MotorcycleCom Twitter - http://twitter.com/MotorcycleCom Web - http://www.Motorcycle.com Established in 1994, Motorcycle.com is the premiere online resource for motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts. With hundreds of high quality, detailed video reviews on bikes from Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and just about everybody else, it's the best place to go to learn about the latest and greatest two-wheeled creations. There's simply no better resource if you're planning on buying or if you just want to check out some awesome machines.





Ducati Streetfighter 848 vs Triumph Street Triple R! - On Two Wheels Episode 25
On this episode of On Two Wheels, Sport Rider Magazine's Bradley Adams and Eric Nugent pit Ducati's Streetfighter 848 against Triumph's all-new 2013 Street Triple R as part of this year's middleweight naked bike comparison. The two quickly learn that planning a trip in the middle of January wasn't their smartest decision in recent years, but ultimately discover how versatile these bikes truly are. In typical On Two Wheels fashion, only one bike can come out on top, but which will it be? Triumph's lighter, 675cc Street Triple R, or Ducati's elegant, traction control-equipped Streetfighter 848? Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & https://www.facebook.com/sportridermag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/101867967859016552744/posts Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.sportrider.com





2010 Ducati Monster 796 onboard, 79,6% fun - Let's go!
2010 Ducati Monster 796 onboard, 79,6% fun - Let's go! Music: Hey Ho Let's Quo - Backstreet Girls www.backstreetgirls.net http://www.facebook.com/Raptorama





How to wheelie a motorbike - Triumph Street Triple
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2011 Ducati Monster 796 | Comprehensive Review | Autocar India
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Yamaha MT-09 Vs Triumph Street Triple
How does the MT-09 stack up against the street triple? Like lots of people commented, i have been very harsh on the MT-09. Let me clear it up a little, its a freaking fantastic bike and i was only drawing negatives when compared directly to the street triple, and its much cheaper and faster so its really hard to go past when looking at both bikes. It does only lack in areas that dont matter for day to day driving. But i was considering swapping the street to the MT from all the reviews, but when i test rode it myself i was a little disappointed as i had put it on a pedestal.





Street Fight! MT-09 vs Z800 vs Street Triple vs Brutale | Group Test | Motorcyclenews.com
World Exclusive Group Test! Yamaha's new three-cylinder 847cc MT-09 is one of the most exciting bikes to come out of Japan in years, aiming to be the best in one of the most interesting classes; the naked middleweights. Now is the time to pitch it against its rivals... The Kawasaki Z800, Triumph's Street Triple and MV Agusta's Brutale Get the best of biking EVERY day... Latest motorcycle news: http://www.motorcyclenews.com/ Sign up to MCN Xtra -- the new MCN newsletter: http://www.motorcyclenews.com/ Like /MotorCycleNews on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MotorcycleNews/ Follow @MCNnews on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/MCNNews Follow @MCNsport on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/MCNSport





2011 Ducati 796 Bike Review
A review of the 2011 Ducati 796.





MotoUSA Middleweight Street Bike Shootout: Triumph Street Triple R
Watch how the Triumph Street Triple R fares its class competitors in the 2-3-4 Middleweight Street Bike Comparison. Check out the video then read the full comparison at motorcycle-usa.com. http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/8/9469/Motorcycle-Article/2-3-4-Middleweight- Street-Bike-Comparison.aspx





Street Triple crashes in a tight corner
2008 Triumph Street Triple lowsides in a tight corner on Panoramic Highway. :( Skip to 2:15 for the crash, slow motion replays, and video of the damage. The Exhaust sound in the video is from the camera bike, not me. The bike and the tires were not at their traction limit. The road had to have been the major factor. I have leaned quite farther on this bike before. I was completely unhurt - not a scratch, no bruises, nothing was even sore. Wear your gear on rides like this. Looking at the slow motion video, you can see my handlebars turn (front tire loses traction) at the same time as the rear tire loses it. I did not touch the brakes at all. The damage to the bike: Bent handlebar at the clamp (fixed by loosening the bolts and re-tightening) Scratched clutch lever and bar end (non-issue really) Lost the turn signal switch Scratched mirror (it rotated on its mount, so it didn't break off, non-issue) Bad scratch on the engine case Shifter bent 90 degrees Rear plastic cracked The tank was untouched. I rode the bike home. The only thing I'm replacing is the shifter. As for my gear: tiny scratch on the jacket, boots and pants only scratched on the plastic sliders, and one glove was scratched on the carbon fiber knuckle. The helmet did not impact. My gopro was on the bike following me, so I don't have on-board footage. This was my first crash after 2 years of riding.





2013 Triumph Street Triple - First Ride
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Ducati 848 Streetfighter, Triumph Street Triple, Yamaha FZ-09 Comparison
The bike mags have all done their comparisons but here's the real life, nitty gritty review exposing the truth! Watch and read my thoughts: http://www.facebook.com/DodgeRider26 http://www.dodgerider.net http://www.motorcycleprojects.com





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