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Friday, July 15, 2011

BEST STANDART - Triumph Street Triple 675

Triumph Street Triple 675

The British love to use the word “brilliant,” and they usually say it with some exclamation. Well, the whole world’s moto-media used the word, and did so with a big exclamation, when the Street Triple came out. Based on the awesome Daytona 675-but fitted with a tubular-style handlebar and stripped of its fairing - the Street Triple was a revelation on the road. It is light in weight, handles great and is very comfortable. The engine is slightly re-tuned to deliver more bottom-end power, but it still revs to a vigorous 13,000 rpm. Factor in the $7999 MSRR and there was no better choice in 2008.

Triumph Street Triple 675

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There now is a Street Triple R that brings fully adjustable suspension and radial-mount front brake I calipers lifted from last year’s Daytona. Then there is Kawasaki’s ER6n naked, the Suzuki Gladius, the previously mentioned Ducati Monster 1100 and Street-fighter, Harley-Davidson’s XR1200, a trio of Aprilias and once again, the Star VMax. This may be the best category to shop in for 2009!

Triumph Street Triple 675

Triumph Street Triple 675

Triumph Street Triple 675

Triumph Street Triple 675

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