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Links to independent press reviews, collected for each Triumph motorcycle.
"Once we moved to the Circuit de Cartagena for the second half of the day, the Street Triple felt equally at home at peg-scraping speeds. The suspension is, I think, the best in its class.”
"It always takes me a little time reach an understanding with any motorcycle I'm riding for the first time. With the Street Triple RS, I'm comfortable almost immediately.”
“[The Street Triple 765 RS] feels more refined and planted, and has more power, than the KTM 790 Duke…exhibits an excellent level of fit and finish (look at one up close), and it has that unmistakable inline-triple drone that really tickles the ears.”
"The 2020 Triumph Tiger 900 family is an excellent update to the well-respected Tiger 800 line"
“The new Tiger blows away the previous Tiger 800 in nearly every way. I would challenge anyone out there on a Tiger 800 to find yourself a test ride on the new 900 and try to disagree.”
“Blasting on some faster goat farm roads with slippery smooth rock surfaces topped with rocks and sand, the firm rear shock, in conjunction with its progressive linkage and new firing order, had the rear end stepping out predictably. “
"This bike hauls ass and handles like no other power cruiser. I’d argue it handles better than the Ducati XDIavel..."
"This new Rocket 3, to me, almost feels more like a mature Speed Triple than it does the old Rocket, and that is in no way a bad thing. Triumph strikes again"
"Its biggest-engine-in-a-bike status might lead you to believe the Rocket 3 is more of a novelty than a proper motorcycle, but believe me, it’s the real deal"
"Not only does this motorcycle satisfy me on every visceral level, but it’s also tough to beat in terms of performance. "
“Riding this thing fast is so involving, so rewarding, so, dare I say it, tactile”
“Thanks, Triumph, the Thruxton RS takes the company’s Bonneville line to a sporting level it has yet to see, and we couldn’t be more stoked about it”