First introduced in 1994, Triumph’s Speed Triple is the British manufacturer’s naked bike, meaning that it lacks farings, has basic handlebars and a basically stripped-down appearance.  The company took its cue from the riding population itself, noting that riders were making their own nakeds from the wreckage of crashed sport bikes by leaving off many…

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Triumph’s Rocket III GT looks positively imposing and unmanageable at first glance, but don’t let first impressions scare you away from this behemoth.  In reality, while it is incredibly powerful and fast, Triumph has created a motorcycle with unexpected ease of acceleration, turning, mobility and stopping without losing any of its larger-than-life character. The 2021…

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Triumph’s Trident is somewhat of a legendary motorcycle.  First released in 1968, it was the manufacturer’s first triple-cylinder bike and a famous Trident racing bike known as “Slippery Sam” took five consecutive Isle of Mann Production TT wins from 1972-1975. In 2021 the company is hoping to steal some of the twin-cylinder market with their…

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Triumph first launched the Tiger 800 model in 2010, but the Tiger has a storied past that includes gold medals at the 1936 International Six Days Trial.  A sophisticated and rugged dual-sport bike, the company has re-designed the Tiger 800 over the years and the recent models are exceptional examples of what can be done…

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First introduced in 1994, Triumph’s Speed Triple is the British manufacturer’s naked bike, meaning that it lacks farings, has basic handlebars and a basically stripped-down appearance.  The company took its cue from the riding population itself, noting that riders were making their own nakeds from the wreckage of crashed sport bikes by leaving off many…

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The Bonneville is a post-war production motorcycle that was first manufactured in 1959 by Triumph Engineering in England.  In its initial incarnation, it was a 650cc parallel-twin and was based on Triumph’s Tiger T110. The Bonneville is relatively new to American consumers, reaching our shores just a few years ago, but it was preceded by…

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Triumph’s Rocket 3 GT looks positively imposing and unmanageable at first glance, but don’t let first impressions scare you away from this behemoth.  In reality, while it is incredibly powerful and fast, Triumph has created a motorcycle with unexpected ease of acceleration, turning, mobility and stopping without losing any of its larger than life character.…

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