Albtraum 2012 on Triumph Street Triple

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Last Ride of Season 2011 - BluemchenTriple (Triumph Street Triple)
So ziemlich die letzte Ausfahrt zur Elbuferstraße der Saison 2011. Es war recht kühl und dir Straße war noch leicht feucht, deshalb flott aber nicht mit Messer zwischen den Zähnen ;)





Yamaha MT-09 vs Triumph Street Triple 765 RS road test
*Unavoidable brain fade and a slip of the tongue meant we referred to the Street Triple as the Speed Triple early on in the video, we know. Feel free to point it out in the comments anyway.* LET'S HYPOTHESIZE that you’ve got a mate who espouses the virtues of three-cylinder engines at every opportunity; every time you meet him for a coffee at your local bike meet, he bangs on about how his beloved triples offer a perfect balance between smooth, high revving inline four-cylinder power and the mid-range grunt of a twin. And that’s before he proceeds to tell you about the character of his favourite engine configuration. You think you’re immune to it but over time, the constant pro-three-cylinder rhetoric starts to rub off. You find yourself wanting to suckle on the nipple of the triple… Fortunately, you’re not short of choice. Two of the most exciting three-cylinder bikes to grace showrooms in 2017 are Yamaha’s eye-catching, budget priced and updated-for-2017 MT-09 and the new Triumph Speed Triple 765 RS – the range-topping model in the family of new Speed Triples. We plumped for the top-bollock RS not just because it’s got the most power and best spec of all the new Street Triples, but also because we wanted to see whether, if you’re in the market for a naked three-cylinder, you need to spend RS money to get the best bike. Read the full review here: http://www.visordown.com/road-tests/uk-road-test-triumph-street-triple-rs-v s-yamaha-mt-09 ********************************************* For more exclusive bike reviews, awesome onboard footage and sneak peeks of the latest bike launches, subscribe to the Visordown YouTube Channel here - http://www.youtube.com/user/VisordownUK?sub_confirmation=1 Visit us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/visordown Follow us on Twitter - http://twitter.com/visordown Check out our Instagram - https://twitter.com/visordown





Motorradfahrer - Modellvorstellung 2013 - Triumph Street Triple
Für das Jahr 2013 hat Triumph die Street Triple R nicht einfach nur frisch geschminkt, sondern ihr eine umfangreiche Frischzellenkur spendiert. Reicht das für ein Top-Rating? Den Artikel dazu könnt Ihr im Motorradfahrer in der Dezember-Ausagbe 2012 lesen. http://www.motorradfahrer-online.de/





Street Triple crashes in a tight corner
For licensing inquiries please contact licensing@break.com 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.




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