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Triumph Trophy 1200 first ride: "Hugely impressive"

Triumph’s new Trophy 1200 is currently being tested by MCN’s Phil West in Scotland and after completing 250 miles yesterday in the Highlands he is now riding the bike down to the Triumph factory in Hinckley. This is what he’s got to say: "It’s been 21 years since Triumph re-launched at Hinckley with their first new model, the original 1200...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (07 September 2012 10:27)

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Jun 09

Posts: 251

sprintst955 says:

bugger all

384 miles in a day on a big tourer ? thats bugger all ,i did 350 in a day on my 955 speed triple ! i was knackered but that was down to windblast.i did 325 on saturday on my new sprint st 1050 and it was a breeze.

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Jun 09

Posts: 251

sprintst955 says:


p.s give me the thing and i will do 600 in a day and im knackered after a smash wrote off my 955 sprint in 2010

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Jun 12

Posts: 4

steviewo says:

Thinking about it some more, you barely need to ride it in a road test at all, everyone already knows that it's going to be dead comfortable, able to go all day and so on. The big question for me that needs answering, is are all these electronic rider aids worth the money? In round terms the gizmos cost in at about £5k (list price premium over the Sprint GT) so what would be interesting is to take them one by one and find a test to determine their monetary value. Personally, i'd rather have a second bike for town riding, like a Tiger 800 or something a year or two old than spend the money on these gadgets. It would be interesting to hear how the MCN team would contrast the value for money on buying the gadgets on the one side or buying a second bike on the other.

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Sep 12

Posts: 2

nemopete says:

New trophy

What a bike!!!  pick mine up next saturday!!! Even managed to get hold of a launch model.


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