Street triple Yoshimura exhaust note ストリートトリプル ヨシムラマフラーの音
I'm not sure if you can watch and hear correctly, because I took it with my
mobilephone. This is YOSHIMURA muffler, which costs about 1500 dollar,
titanium blue colour. If you are interested in it, please check TRIUMPH
Triumph Street Triple R 2012 First Corners...
My brand new Triumph Street Triple R 2012 first corners after picking the
bike on the shop.
On the starting point the bike has around 7km total!
5000 RPM Limit for the first 480 Km Enough for 93Km/h in 6th gear
PS Tuner GP 2010 / KTM vs. Triumph Battle / Stuntriding
PS Tuner GP 2010 in Hockenheim / Germany. With KTM Superduke vs. Triumph
Street Triple Battle and stuntriding championsships.
Von 04.-08.06 fand wieder der PS-Tuner-GP mit KTM Superduke vs. Triumph
Street Triple-Battle und den German Open Stuntriding Meisterschafteen in
Rok Bagoros - picking up the KTM 690 Stunt Duke - The beginning
Rok Bagoros official facebook page:
After amazing and thrilling the international crowds on the KTM Duke 125,
Rok has now taken delivery of what is his first ever big bike and now has
to work on converting his tricks to suit the more powerful machine.
"There's a BIG difference between the two bikes," Rok said. "The bike has
five times more power then the Duke 125 and any mistake can result in a
crash, as I've already discovered. The bike has amazing power but I'm
slowly getting it under control. I have to remember that this is my first
big stunt bike and so I have to learn how to handle the extra power and
convert it into spectacular tricks that will be fun to do and thrilling for
Directed: Dominik Pelc
Filmed & edited: Dominik Pelc and Tomaž Hojnik from thoJnik
Music: Gramatik - I Really Do Believe
Bea bekommt zum Geburtstag ein nettes neues Spielzeug geschenkt ...
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
movie. Sit back and enjoy the show.
The Dime City, Iron & Air & Triumph Motorcycles Bonneville T100 Giveaway! - Final Giveaway
The Triumph Bonneville Cafe Racer giveaway is completed for 2013! We'd like
to thank all our partners once again: Triumph Motorcycles, British Customs,
The Speed Merchant, Progressive Suspension, Triumph Twin Power UK, Lunarvue
Media Services, Brandon Schrichten, St. Pete Powersports, Iron & Air and of
course Neale Bayly and the Lost Children of Peru.
Stay tuned for the 2014 giveaway, we've got something else lined up that'll
get you just
Winner: Stephanie Gage, Austin, TX
Prize: 2013 Triumph Bonneville Cafe
Builder: Dime City Cycles
Charity: Wellspring International Outreach
Amount Raised: $50,000
What's next -
Stay in the loop in 2014. We're working on our next giveaway and were sure
you'll be just as excited to get in on that action too!
Meet Stephanie Gage Of Austin, TX - Winner Of The 2013 Triumph Bonneville
While it's rewarding to see someone get so lucky, my opinion of Stephanie
Gage, found solid ground for a different reason. When asked about her
favorite aspect of the contest besides the bike, the quiet-natured Texan
responded without flinching, "That more than one person won." She's
referring, of course, to the fact that when we set this up, we made a call
to our friend Neale Bayly, moto journalist and humanitarian, and asked him
to get involved, tying in the ability to help his foundation, Wellspring
International Outreach, with an optional donation upon entry. Thousands
stepped up, contributing over $50,000 to help the children of Peru. It
makes the miles she'll be putting on her new ride all the sweeter.
Special thanks to everyone involved in this fantastic project.
Dime City Cycles, Triumph Motorcycles, Neale Bayly & Wellspring
International Outreach, Progressive Suspension, British Customs, The Speed
Merchant, St. Pete Powersports, Corsa Moto Works, Triumph Twin Power UK,
Jim Miller, LunarVue, Brandon Schrichten, Ben Eytalis, Yve Assad.
Stephanie! You won!
(speechless. still.) I still can't believe it.
Tell us about yourself.
I am a mother of two boys, 8 & 7. I live in Austin, TX and spend most of my
time riding, camping & practicing photography.
How did you hear about Iron & Air for the first time?
Oh man, can't remember. I think maybe I was looking for different kinds of
motorcycle magazines - something different. Actually, yeah, I came across
it online somehow. I was thrilled when I ran into it. I was immediately
taken by how it was geared towards culture rather than just bike specs.
Thrilled. Hooked immediately.
Thank you for that! How did you hear about the contest?
I was on the Iron & Air web site doing some shopping, looking for t-shirts.
And then boom, enter to win a Triumph. Hello.
Our aim was to help out a friend and a cause with this effort, the addition
of Wellspring International Outreach, led by humanitarian and journalist
Neale Bayly - how did you feel about the tie-in & contributing?
I mean, how great that more than one person has won in this. I know I will
enjoy the bike that much more. Other people benefitted from it. I also
liked the fact that donating was optional and the amount was up to me.
Tell us about what the experience was like when you were notified?
Ha! I was actually annoyed! Let me explain: I was hanging out online
watching a moto video and kept hearing pings and dings from my phone - you
know text message notifications, emails arriving, Twitter, Facebook,
Instagram pings. I was like "What the hell, let me watch this video!"
So you were flown in from Austin, to be presented the bike and key, what
was that experience like?
A whirlwind, surreal, crazy experience. When I actually saw the bike, it
sunk in. This is real, it's right in front of me! Certainly like being in a
dream state up until then.
Other than winning the bike, what has been most memorable about this?
The people I met on the trip. Excited to be around everyone. Great vibe,
great crowd. Everyone was good to one another and I always felt very
Where are you riding first?
I was super excited to ride it the first night I was awarded it, in
downtown Ste. Pete and then the following day with a large group across
Florida to Orlando for a vintage festival. When it arrives here in Austin,
I'll be riding it home from dealer with some backroads riding around Austin
no doubt - into New Braunfels and San Marcos. The area surrounding Austin
are much better for riding than in Austin.
If we come visit, can we borrow the bike?
We'll see. ;)
2013 Triumph Street Triple R ABS review
I've been asked several times to do an upload on this bike so when the
opportunity came up to sell one in the shop, I jumped at it.
Apologies for the over-use of the word "apparently", I apparently use it
too much at the beginning ;-)
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MV Agusta Brutale 800 vs.Triumph Street Triple R & Speed Triple R vs. Yamaha FZ-09
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2008 Triumph Street Triple 675 Motorcycle Review
2008 Triumph Street Triple 675 Motorcycle Review
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The normally conservative family of Triumph spawned a bad seed last year
and his name is Street Triple 675. The Street is the snarky,
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Some may also rightly call the Street the little brother of the Speed
Triple, a bike birthed by Triumph some 14 years ago.