Track Day with Tony's Track Day's at NJMP in Millville NJ. Triumph Speed
Four SP4 track run, recorded by GoPro HD 1080 30 fps, running on
Cruzin with mates on Triumph Thunderbird - Iluka (part 1)
A great winters day for a ride down from Brunswick Heads to Iluka in far
northern NSW, Australia. Shame about the traffic and roadworks :/
Shot from a Triumph Thunderbird on a GoPro Hero3 Silver edition, other
bikes are a Triumph Thruxton, another Thunderbird, 2 Triumph Bonnevilles, a
Triumph Speedmaster, a Harley Deuce and a Suzuki Boulevard
MV Agusta Brutale 800 vs.Triumph Street Triple R & Speed Triple R vs. Yamaha FZ-09
We nearly crap our britches at the wonderful diversity of three-cylinder
motorcycle models available today.
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The Raiden Files - Portland to Dakar - A Riding Movie
Icon sends it's best riders on an adventure that tests man and machine to
the limit in every condition imaginable. There's action, there's adventure,
there's romance, there's drama. It's more than a riding video, it's a
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Triumph Speed Four mit Leo Vince SBK Evo II
Sir_Speed_a_Lot - Triumph Speed Four mit Leo Vince SBK Evo II
Folgende Modifikationen an der Triumph wurden bis dato durchgeführt
Leo Vince SBK Evo II Auspuffsystem
Suzuki V-Strom Two Brothers vs stock exhaust sound
Finally I've got Two Brothers Racing M5 Exhaust installed on my DL 1000 V-Strom. First
of all, I'm sure there's no need to convince any of you that big V-Twins
sound good. V-Strom's engine has its characteristic noise, I tell people
that it's turbo :)
I was sure that I wanted it to be louder and have more aggressive growl.
The thing was to choose the best Exhaust. I was considering Leo Vince, Akrapovic,
Remus and Two Brothers. Akrapovic seems to be the quietest one. I've heard
many of them on BMW and wasn't very impressed. Not a big improvement over
the stock. The same with Remus. So I ended up with a decision whether to
choose cheaper and much more popular Leo Vince SBK or Two Brothers. Made a
research, found bikes with both of them, heard how they sound and fell in
love with Two Brothers' sound and design.
Here you have the video of the stock Exhaust and then the Two Brothers Racing M5. M5
means that the cans are the bigger ones (you can also get M2 - smaller, but
they don't look good on such big bike).
What to say more... The sound is... well, I didn't expect something like
this (even though I heard Two Bros before). When I first started the engine
a huge grin appeared on my face and it stays there since that time.
The sound is much deeper than Leo Vince (and I mean MUCH deeper), it's also
louder. I got a set of P1 Tower Tips. The Exhaust sound stays on the level of Leo Vince
without the db-killer when the inserts are installed. Perfect for long
Unfortunately, I'm afraid that any non-professional camera won't give you a
good quality sound of something as loud as motorcycle Exhaust. All you can do is believe that the
sound is deep as hell, because it really is.
2010 Kawasaki Z1000 vs Triumph Speed Triple review
The new 2010 Kawasaki Z1000 is the first Japanese naked that can really
call itself 'super' and take the fight to the European big hitters like the
Ducati Streetfighter, KTM Super Duke or MV Agusta Brutale. But the daddy of
them all is the Triumph Speed Triple. Watch the video to find out if the
Z1000 has what it takes to take on the top dog.
Vintage Triumph Hot Rod Motorcycle! On Two Wheels Ep. 42
On this episode of On Two Wheels, we get a behind the scenes look at
Champions Moto, a custom motorcycle, parts, and apparel company started by
Richard Varner in partnership with Terry Karges. Champions Moto teams up
with the legendary So-Cal Speed Shop to create a Hot Rod interpretation of
a street-able flat track race bike.
We take a look at the build process from design to fabrication to
completion and get to see first hand, one of the most beautiful
hand-crafted bikes we have ever come across.
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