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Daytona 675R ABS (94 kW) [13]
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Triumph Daytona 675 R ABS (94 kW) [13]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 675 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; ABS

In Fast Bikes' opinion, the new Daytona 675R is in a whole dimension of its own, where there's simply no rival that can touch it. Its stunning handling makes it possible to do things with …

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2 reviews

 

Street TripleR (78 kW) [13]
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Triumph Street Triple R (78 kW) [13]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 675 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

There's absolutely nothing to complain about in Triumph's 2013 Street Triple R, to the point that Fast Bikes said that it's the bike they would buy with their own money. Everything …

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Triumph Daytona 675R
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Triumph Daytona 675R

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 675 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; ABS

The shifter that comes as stock on the Triumph Daytona 675R lacks the sophistication of some other systems, and could have been modified here, but wasn't. The only real mod that was made was …

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3 reviews

 

 
Triumph Daytona 675
Triumph Daytona 675

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 675 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

"The Triumph Daytona 675 won this year's supersport battle by the slenderest of margins ... The Triumph Daytona looks as if it's destined for the track alone, but the fabulously

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9 reviews

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue July 2011 Cultureclub Middleweight bikes could be viewed as unrefined intermediaries, but is it possible that they are the most cultured category there is? In test: Three motorbikes were reviewed and rated on the categories of track, fast road, hooligan, new rider and desirability. … to review

Triumph Speed Triple R
Triumph Speed Triple R

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1050 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3

You might find the Speed Triple R a tad stiff and somewhat lacking in aggro, but Fast Bikes found it to be a superb performer for the price thanks to its fantastic motor, fuelling, stunt abilities …

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4 reviews

 

Triumph Speed Triple
Triumph Speed Triple

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1050 cc

"Plus: Engine, stunting, versatility, sound. Minus: Not a KTM, reliability, fuelling."

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2 reviews

 

Triumph Speed Triple R ABS (99 kW) [12]
Triumph Speed Triple R ABS (99 kW) [12]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1050 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; ABS

The folks at Fast Bikes weren't too impressed with the Speed Triple R on account of its heavy weight and large size, mediocre suspension which results in a very uncomfortable riding position,

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2 reviews

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue September 2012 Speed Triple R versus Street Triple R The Speed Triple has needed almost twenty years to get an R version, so how does it compare now to its Street Triple R stablemate? In test: Two motorcycles were reviewed. No ratings were given. … to review

Triumph Tiger Explorer ABS (101 kW) [12]
Triumph Tiger Explorer ABS (101 kW) [12]

Tourer, Enduros; Cubic Capacity: 1215 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; ABS

While the Tiger Explorer is a great mile muncher, its suspension and fork mean it's not the most comfortable option and fuel consumption is high. Fast Bikes nevertheless thought that these …

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1 review

 

Triumph Street Triple R (78 kW) [12]
Triumph Street Triple R (78 kW) [12]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 675 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

Coming in at a huge £3000 less than its Speed stablemate, the Street Triple R is an absolute scorcher in Fast Bikes' eyes. It might not be the best-looking machine out there, but it can

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3 reviews

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue May 2012 Plane Crazy The latest offerings from Husqvarna and Ducati have arrived in the UK and Fast Bikes pit them head to head against Triumph's Street Triple R to see how they fare against the current champion in the naked category. In test: Three naked motorbikes were reviewed and rated under the headings track, fast road, hooligan, new rider and desirability. Final scores of 1 x 7, 1 x 8 and 1 x 9 were awarded. … to review

Daytona 675-R (92 kW) [12]
Triumph Daytona 675R (92 kW) [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 675 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

The only thing that keeps the Daytona 675R from achieving perfection in Fast Bikes' eyes is that there are another three absolute knock-outs in this group test. In and of itself, however, …

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2 reviews

 

 
Triumph Daytona T595

It obviously won't be your choice if you want the latest and greatest, but the Daytona T595 is a legendary bike in its own right and it deserves all the respect it's garnered throughout the

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1 review

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue May 2012 1990s Bike Guide - Triumph Daytona T595 The Daytona T595 is one of the most important bikes in Triumph's history, since it was the one that first established it as a manufacturer to watch closely and helped shape what the company is today. … to review

Triumph Street Triple (78 kW) [12]
Triumph Street Triple (78 kW) [12]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 675 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

If perfection has a name, it's the Street Triple, Fast Bikes concluded after fawning over its stability, steering, speed and handling. It also handles potholes wonderfully, and is a fantastic …

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1 review

 

Triumph Speed Triple R (99 kW) [12]
Triumph Speed Triple R (99 kW) [12]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1050 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

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2 reviews

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue June 2012 The Italian Fighter Naked bikes nowadays are very different to the way they used to be, and among other things they're harder to categorise, but despite their evolution, few manufacturers have really pushed the boundaries with their offerings in this arena. In test: Three naked bikes were reviewed and rated under the headings track, fast road, hooligan, new rider and desirability. Final scores of 1 x 7, 1 x 8 and 1 x 9 points out of 10 were awarded. … to review

Daytona 675 R (92 kW) [11]
Triumph Daytona 675R (92 kW) [11]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 675 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

Fast Bikes thought the investment in the Öhlins helped Triumph to create a world leader with the Daytona 675R. The chassis offers lots of room for exploitation and the Öhlins help to explore this to

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4 reviews

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue Summer 2011 Upgraded ambition If the standard Triumph 675 was considered the supersport premier, what does that make the new 675R model? Fast Bikes run them head-to-head to find out. … to review

Triumph Speed Triple (88 kW) [08]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1050 cc

Not one for the subtle or the level-headed, the Speed Triple is oodles of fun, and it will have you grinning from ear to ear thanks to its insane engine and sound, even if the suspension and the …

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1 review

 

Triumph Speed Triple [11]
Triumph Speed Triple [11]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1050 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

Over the years, Triumph's Speed Triple has become lighter as well as more powerful, and now, according to Fast Bikes, it's got speed and sharpness, without forgetting its hooligan heritage. …

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2 reviews

 

Triumph Tiger 800 [11]
Triumph Tiger 800 [11]

Tourer, Enduros; Cubic Capacity: 799 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

"Plus: Engine, chassis, steering. Minus: Brakes, minor niggles, wind."

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1 review

 

Triumph Daytona 955i
Triumph Daytona 955i

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 956 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3

The Triumph Daytona 955i was in superb condition and looked mint, but looks can be deceptive and it doesn't really feel like a full-on sports bike due to its excessive size. The ride was nice

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More information at: Fast Bikes, issue July 2011 The unusual suspects Just because you didn't win the lottery or get a huge tax rebate doesn't mean you have to lose out; instead you can go for something other than the norm, and bang the debt on your credit card. In test: Three motorbikes were reviewed and rated on the categories of track, fast road, hooligan, new rider and desirability. … to review

Street TripleR (78kW) [09]
Triumph Street Triple R (78 kW) [09]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 675 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

The only thing that should keep you from getting a second hand Street Triple R would be not being able to afford it, since even used ones are quite expensive, but otherwise, there's nothing to

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1 review

 

More information at: Fast Bikes, issue June 2012 Used Bike Guide - 2009 Triumph Street Triple R Are you looking for a second-hand midrange naked bike? Look no further than the Street Triple R. … to review

Rocket 3 Touring ABS (78kW) [12]
Triumph Rocket III Touring ABS (78 kW) [12]

Tourer, Chopper / Cruiser; Cubic Capacity: 2294 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; ABS

Due to its massive weight, the Rocket III Touring is not exactly the best choice for town riding since it's so hard to steer at slow speeds and it's a huge drag to clean, but Fast Bikes …

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Product information and further reviews

Sporty spice Fast Bikes March 2011 - We've thrashed the new Triumph Speed Triple in scorchio Spain, so now it's time for a proper road test back here.

Triumph Scrambler Fast Bikes August 2011 - You will be hard pushed to find a retro motorbike that has as much charisma as the Triumph Scrambler.

Sportsbike of the year Fast Bikes August 2012 - It's that time of the year again when Fast Bikes put together the best rides they've had the pleasure to test and pit them against one another. Which one will take the crown? Review details: Ten sportsbikes were reviewed and rating under the headings track, fast road, hooligan, new rider and desirability. Final scores between 6 and 10 points out of 10 were awarded.

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