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Old 11-19-2008, 07:10 AM
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Triumph Street Triple R

I have a real passion for Triumph and this is why....The 675cc, 12-valve three-cylinder motor is unchanged from the standard Street Triple, with peak output staying at a healthy 107bhp at 11,700rpm. This is 16 ponies less than the Daytona 675, but offers more than enough power to keep most riders entertained. Torque remains the same as the standard model also at 51ftlb, which it makes at 9100rpm. The 675cc lump is a gem and stands up to any task, from town riding to back road thrashing.
The Street Triple R is a naked bike in the true sense of the word, so there's not a lot of unnecessary clutter. It comes with Magura handlebars like its big brother the Speed Triple (although the shape is the same as the standard Street Triple). The instrument panel features analogue tacho, digital speedo and clock, lap timer and gear indicator, plus a series of gearchange warning lights.
Triumph are one mean Bike Builder.
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Old 11-19-2008, 09:11 AM
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sweet bike! but if i were gettin a triumph...

65 bonneville
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Old 11-19-2008, 02:46 PM
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The first bike I ever drove was a Bonneville. But not like the above. It was chopped and raked with long forks and tall handlebars. I had NO experience driving a bike. The guy that owned it said I could take it around the block.

Did not quite turn corners as I would have expected!
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Old 11-19-2008, 03:04 PM
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lol, well if i bought one it definately would be stock for long! nothing i ever buy stays stock lol
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