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Staff Blog: Natural order restored

I thought I was done for winter. After a couple of weeks on holiday I%X92d not got back into the habit of riding to work every day, thanks to my insistence that I would only ride when I wanted to, not because I felt I needed to. There%X92s also my reluctance to get the Triumph coated in winter cack as...



Staff Blog: Triumph Street Triple R at Silverstone

  Two years ago, MCN Consumer Editor Tony Hoare almost died after an accident at Cadwell Park. He hadn't been back on track since, until he took his Triumph Street Triple R for a trackday on the International Circuit at Silverstone. brightcove.createExperiences(); BLOG13...

  • Created 11 September 2013 10:07 by MCN
  • Last comment 211 days ago ago by kingclueless


Staff Blog: In search of confidence

I%X92ve started to try and get to the bottom of the confidence issue I reported in the paper last week, which has left me with chicken strips on the Street Triple R%X92s Pirelli tyres. First step was to order some Dunlop Sportsmart tyres. I%X92m not blaming my drained  confidence on the standard Pirelli Diablo Corsas - but I%X92ve never ridden on...

  • Created 24 June 2013 18:02 by Tony Hoare
  • Last comment 286 days ago ago by CB13


Staff Blog: Please don't kill me

Well that was the scariest, most bum-puckery, head-duckery moment I%X92ve had since I got back on a bike in the Spring. Casually riding south on the A1, thinking about whether to make one more overtake before reaching the exit that leads to the MCN office. Yes, there%X92s loads of room to pass a dawdling Audi. Check mirror, indicate, aim just to...

  • Created 11 June 2013 11:54 by Tony Hoare
  • Last comment 302 days ago ago by MCN LiamM


Staff Blog: Fair-weather rider? I wish

This year I%X92ve been trying to turn myself into a fair weather rider. Honestly, it%X92s not me, it%X92s the bike  - I don%X92t mind riding in the wet and have done thousands of miles in the rain over the years. But the Street Triple R really doesn%X92t like the wet. The handling doesn%X92t inspire me to commute the long way on...



Triumph Street Triple R (2013-current)

Compared to the previous incarnation, the 2013 Triumph Street Triple R is lighter, smoother, more refined and has the handling and brakes a superbike would be proud of. Best of all, it%X92s 6kg lighter. It%X92s lost some of that in-your-face, foaming-at-the-mouth aggression, which made the original make us all stand up and take notice back in 2007, but it%X92ll be...

  • Created 16 November 2012 11:46 by
  • Last comment 2 years ago ago by cousinbillybob


Video: 2013 Triumph Street Triple R first ride

The current Triumph Street Triple, the British firm%X92s best selling machine in the past five years (they%X92ve sold 50,000), weighs just 189kg, full of fuel and ready-to-go, which is bugger-all. This new version, available in dealers in the middle of November is lighter still. Weighing a piffling 183kg it%X92s going to strike fear into its main rival: the 211kg Suzuki GSR750,...

  • Created 07 November 2012 16:13 by MCN
  • Last comment 2 years ago ago by Diablere


Triumph Street Triple R (2008-2012)

Triumph%X92s standard Street Triple mixes Triumph Speed Triple style with the tech of a Triumph Daytona 675 engine. It's light, fast, fun, agile, stylish and cool... and it just got even better. The 'R' version comes with fully-adjustable suspension and fiercer radial four-pot Nissin front brakes, making it the perfect bike to tempt UK riders away from their sportsbikes. Triumph have been planning...

  • Created 18 September 2008 15:23 by
  • Last comment 5 years ago ago by scirious


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