Triumph Speedmaster EFI 2011
* Asiento "solo seat" de cuero, hecho especialmente para este modelo.
* Bulón para asiento "solo seat", con la bandera Union Jack grabada en la
* Luces de giro traseras de led, tipo "bullet", negras mate, con
transformador "slim" para luces de led.
* Porta patente lateral hecho a medida en acero y pintado en negro mate.
* Luz de posición y stop de led, tipo "barra", ubicado en la parte
superior del porta patente.
* Bulonería tipo "spike", negra mate, en válvulas de cubiertas y patente.
* "Bar ends" de manillar cromados, con la bandera Union Jack grabada.
* Espejos Arlen Ness, modelo "scoop triangle", negros mate.
* Amortiguadores FAR, 10,5", negros mate.
* Chapa triangular Triumph, original, en guardabarros trasero.
* Logo en tanque de nafta, Triumph heritage, original. Se puso y se
barnizó todo el tanque de nafta.
* Segundo tramo de escapes hechos a nuevos. Con sordina, no está libre.
Se reemplazaron los originales. El primer tramo está arenado y pintado
* Faro delantero e instrumental arenados y pintados negro mate.
* Bandera "Union Jack" grunge, pintada a aerógrafo y barnizada, en una de
las cachas laterales.
The History Of Triumph Bikes
Jeff Stone is in Pickenham at the National Motorcycle Museum giving us a
history of the great British bike and having a look at some of their
earliest bikes, including the first Triumph - the 1902 model.
Ride review: Triumph America LT
Test ride review of the Triumph AMERICA LT. Supplied by PURE TRIUMPH in
Wellingborough. A look at how this bike, looks sounds and feels from the
pov of an every day rider.
2014 Triumph Speedmaster Walkaround - 2013 EICMA Milan Motorcycle Exhibition
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Weekend Adventuring with the Triumph Bonneville - /RideApart
What does it take to go on a proper motorcycle adventure? Does "proper"
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touring machine and far-away destinations? Determined to prove otherwise,
Jamie Robinson hops on a modern Triumph Bonneville cafe racer with no more
than a Kriega bag, a Butler map and 48 hours to get out of LA and as lost
as possible in the back roads of the Giant Sequoia National Forest. For
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2014 Triumph Thunderbird Commander & LT First Ride - MotoUSA
Triumph added two new models to its Thunderbird line this year, the
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Triumph Speedmaster vs Harley-Davidson 883 Iron vs Kawasaki VN900
The new £6,749 Triumph Speedmaster takes on the £6,699 Harley-Davidson
883 Iron and £7,000 Kawaski VN900 in our test of the middleweight
cruisers, that offer custom motorcycle styling without the inflated
pricetag and size of the bigger cruisers.
Surprisingly, they don't feel cheap and can almost offer the same
experience as their bigger custom brothers but for half the price. With the
Harley and Triumph you also buy in to the 'brand', whereas the Kawasaki
lacks kudos but makes up for it with the mean, pseudo hard tail styling,
with the hidden rear shock giving not only cleaner lines, but also better
ride quality than the others.
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Triumph Bonneville T100 - Short Test Ride
Overall the Bonneville is a very nice bike to ride. I tested this as a
comparison to the Kawasaki w800
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwR2GIbbT8Q) and they are very different
machines. Their engine tuning, seat, gearbox, suspension and ability to
ride around corners was very different despite being of similar styles.
The w800 was easier to ride around town in the streets due to a very sweet
gearbox and smooth, wide low end torque band, but the Bonneville would fare
much better on the highway as it had far less engine vibration and felt
more stable in the wind. The nitty gritty:
- Engine quite powerful and a fair amount of torque to get you moving.
There was no sluggish behaviour from this engine at low revs, it pulled
very nicely. Also there was very little vibration even at higher revs
which made it very comfortable at highway speeds.
- Gearbox: Audible clunks but no palpable harsh clunking through the shift
lever. Was quite smooth to change.
- Dials: All the switches and levers were easily accessible and the
speedo/tacho and all their lights (indicator light etc) all very easy to
read, even in bright sunlight.
- Clutch is very light, very easy to use.
- Suspension - Very soft, made the ride very smooth and comfortable.
- Gear shifter position was quite awkward but I suppose it would just be
something to get used to. When downshifting it felt like I had to really
extend my ankle to get my toe on top of the shifter. Comparing to my CBR
is like oranges and apples, but it's much easier on my CBR (and was much
easier on the Kawasaki w800).
- Seat: Potentially a negatve? I'm not convinced it would be terribly
comfortable on a longer ride. I didn't really have long enough to decide
but it felt a lot harder than the Kawasaki w800 if that helps for
- Seating position: I'm also not sure about the handlebar position, it
felt like I was sitting quite far back from the bars and some people might
find this uncomfortable. I'm six feet tall and I think shorter people
might find the reach to the bars uncomfortable on longer rides.
If someone gave me one tomorrow I wouldn't say no.
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2012 Harley-Davidson Sportster SuperLow vs. Triumph America
Prestige-brand cruisers that won't crush your pocketbook
If you're eager to have a user-friendly cruiser that won't break the bank
and yet still offers reputable performance and is welcoming of new and/or
returning riders, then gaze upon the Harley-Davidson Sportster SuperLow and
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British Customs EFI Cocktail Shakers
So you've seen the Cocktail Shakers for the carbureted America and
Speedmaster, but new for 2011 is the British Customs EFI Cocktail Shakers.
Here is a quick sound test and fly-by on a 2011 Triumph America.
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2014 Triumph Bonneville | Bonneville T100 expert bike review
The Triumph Bonneville is one of the most iconic names in motorcycle
history and remains as popular today as it was in its Cafe Racer
beginnings. The modern day Bonneville may now feature disc brakes, electric
start and a more user friendly mindset, but that has only extended appeal
to a new legion of riders, whether you are new to riding, coming back to
riding or simply fancy a second bike to covet on those (rare) sunny days.
Editor-in-Chief Jon Quirk may be converted...
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Keswick, England, for their warm hospitality and letting us film our intro
sequence during a busy morning's service.
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