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Triumph Trident – Near Perfect!

Xavier
To better understand the Triumph Trident, it helps to get a bit of history about Triumph’s Street Triple and Daytona lineup. The Street Triple was introduced in 2007 as a naked roadster version of the Daytona sportbike, which was released the year prior. Both bikes came with a 675 cc......

2021 Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS – All New and Ready to Rumble!

J. A. Louis
The Triumph Speed Triple is a bike that has a long history of putting big smiles on rider’s faces. With its naked design and massive triple engine, it’s the granddaddy of performance naked bikes.  As time has moved on, the Speed Triple hasn’t seen too much change over the last......

Triumph Daytona 765 Moto2 – A Subtle Fury

Giles
We begin with a bit of history. In the early 2000’s, Triumph introduced the inline-4 Daytona 600 and 650.  Designed to take on the Japanese Big Four middleweights, these bikes didn’t quite live up to expectations.  So, in 2006, Triumph dropped a cylinder and increased the displacement, giving us the......

2020 Triumph Street Triple RS – Meaningful Updates

J. A. Louis
The Triumph Street Triple has had a history and reputation for being known as a well-balanced rider’s bike. The platform, based on the Triumph Daytona, offered standard bike comfort but sport bike performance. To some the styling left some room for improvement but it was unique, hello bug eyes, nonetheless.......

Lightning Strike Motorcycle – An Affordable Electric Sportbike

J. A. Louis
Lightning Motorcycles is looking to shake up the future of electric motorcycles with the introduction of the all-new Lightning Strike. The Strike is a fully electric motorcycle and while the performance figures look to be promising, the thing that stands out the most about the strike is that it has......

This Wire Is Hot – 2019 Harley Davidson LiveWire

J. A. Louis
Harley Davidson is making a concerted effort to revamp their image for riders with smaller mid-sections and less facial hair. The company is seeking to be the world leader in battery powered motorcycles. It all started in 2014 with the Project LiveWire prototype. Harley Davidson has also announced plans to......