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.
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
2013 Triumph Street Triple R first ride
Triumph's Street Triple, which combines the looks of its bigger brother
Speed Triple with downsized power from the firm's superb 675cc
triple-cylinder motor, has been a winner right from the word go, with
Triumph initially struggling to meet demand.
The 'R' version adds a bit of sporty spice, and this is the latest version.
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When things go wrong
This is my first attempt in this type of video so all the helpful advices
are welcome. It's a mix of speed (mostly stunt) and motocross crashes. I
tried not to collect videos from here (it could be a bit boring if you've
already seen them separately), so they are from other sources. And by the
way, this is my first widescreen YouTube video, don't forget to watch it in
high quality if you can! =)
Music: In Flames - The Quiet Place
Triumph Street Triple Servicing - Fatal Motorbike Crashes - A Sweet Corner
Bit of a mixed bag this one. Picked up the bike from the dealer today after
the 1000km service. Bike feels great, loving riding. Where I live is having
a shocking run of fatal motorbike crashes, I touch on this a little in the
vid. Also, I take a sweet sweet off-ramp that brings back some fond
There's something in this for everyone!
Ride safe everyone. Ride within the limits of your skill set. Ride within
the limits of your bike. Ride within the limits of the conditions at the
time. Too much carnage.