The Triumph Speedmaster offers a simple, cruiser-style alternative to the Triumph Bonneville. The beauty of the Speedmaster is its simplicity. With non-adjustable forks, twin-shocks and lazy parallel-twin engine it evokes memories of biking days-gone-by.
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The Speedmaster is a heavy bike with a low centre of gravity and the handling is better than you might expect. The 865cc motor makes 54bhp, which makes it a good option for less experienced or more relaxed riders.
The Speedmaster is all about cruising around on quiet roads. If you’re in a hurry or you want to do some serious distance there are far better options out there, but for a quick blast on a warm day, the Speedmaster is a solid option.
The 2010 Speedmaster example above is currently available at Roy Jervis and Co, who say: "This stunning, two-owner example of a gorgeous cruiser from Triumph is available with just 2788 miles on the clock.
"It looks great in its red livery and the loud pipes sound fantastic. The bike is supplied with its owner’s manual and service book and has an MOT until Sept 2019.
"This bike will come with an up-to-date service. We have all the usual dealer facilities and part exchange will be considered."