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.
Triumph Street Triple R - Test | 5 Meinungen - 1 Bike | Stunts, Action, Sound
Ein Test, 5 Meinungen. Der 1000PS Boss, 2 Redakteure, der Praktikant und
der Stuntfahrer testen die Triumph Street Triple R. Im Video hast Du alle
Statements, Stunts, Onboards und Action.
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2012 Triumph Street Triple R Buttonwillow Raceway Keigwins @ the Track March 3, 2012
I ran my brand new ~1200 mi Triumph Street Triple R on the track for the
1st time with Keigwins. Dave Moss of Catalyst Reaction setup my suspension
after the first session and the bike handled like a dream. Riding in the
B- group I was pulling mid 2:20 laps, but came no where near the bikes
capabilities. Next time I'll have to stone up and carry more speed through
"Riverside" and "The Sweeper" corners. What a great day to be at the
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.
Weekend Adventuring with the Triumph Bonneville - /RideApart
What does it take to go on a proper motorcycle adventure? Does "proper"
always mean weeks of preparation, loads of gear, huge budgets, a giant
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
more on bikes, visit hellforleathermagazine.com