Triumph Bikes Expert Reviews

  • Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster Launch Ride Review

    Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster Launch Ride Review

    No, you can't have it Star Sprangled.

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  • Triumph Street Triple RS First Ride Review

    Triumph Street Triple RS First Ride Review

    The Street Triple RS is more powerful, high-spirited and crazier version of the Street Triple S. It is also aesthetically more appealing, and has gadgets that can embarrass some of its competitions. 

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  • 2018 Triumph Tiger 1200 Launch Ride Review

    2018 Triumph Tiger 1200 Launch Ride Review

    This is the new 2018 Triumph Tiger 1200. It will be launched in India in February next year and it will replace the recently launched Explorer 1200 XCX. The latter was updated internationally in 2016, but it made its way to India only a few months ago. But, Triumph says that all 20 Explorers that were imported are now sold out.

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  • Triumph Street Scrambler Launch Ride Review

    Triumph Street Scrambler Launch Ride Review

    The Scrambler as a concept is all about aesthetics with good performance and the ability to do a fair bit of off-roading.

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  • Triumph Bonneville Bobber First Ride Review

    Triumph Bonneville Bobber First Ride Review

    Triumph has taken an as-yet-unexplored neo-retro route with the Bonneville Bobber. Do the 60s design and modern mechanicals mesh well?

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  • Triumph Tiger 800 XRx First Ride Review

    Triumph Tiger 800 XRx First Ride Review

    Meet one of the more popular adventure touring motorcycles in the country, the Triumph Tiger 800. This one is the mid-range XRx model, which means unlike the top-spec XCa, there's no 21-inch front wheel, no wire-spoke rims, no heated seats or grips, and no LED fog lamps.

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  • 2016 Triumph Thruxton R First Ride Review

    2016 Triumph Thruxton R First Ride Review

    There is a special breed of motorcycles, motorcycles that feel just right. Right from the way they look, to the way they sound, and in the way they ride. 

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  • Triumph Bonneville T100 First Ride Review

    Triumph Bonneville T100 First Ride Review

    The girl-next-door. This is a sweet-natured, dependable and low-key motorcycle, one with whom you would want to have a deep and meaningful relationship rather than a casual fling. With the expansion of the Bonneville range, the Bonneville T100 has now become the new entry-level model in the family. It offers best of both world, the powertrain of the Street Twin with the elegance of the big daddy – the Bonneville T120. 

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  • 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS Track Ride Review

    2017 Triumph Street Triple RS Track Ride Review

    I am doing 230kmph. And, I know the bike can go faster still. But, I back off because I can barely hold on. The windblast is intense. The turn of speed, intoxicating. And the noise, well, it’s fabulous. This is the brand new 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS. And I am charging down the main straight at the legendary Circuit de Catalunya.

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  • Triumph Speed Triple First Ride Review

    Triumph Speed Triple First Ride Review

    The Speed Triple 1050 is Triumph’s only litre-class naked motorcycle that is sold in India as well as in the rest of the world. It is also one of the few Triumph motorcycles that hasn’t been updated since a long time. The Indian market got this motorcycle at a time when its Japanese competitors got their latest machines to India. The Japs brought in safer and better equipped products.The Speed Triple, unfortunately, got lost in the world of litre-class nakeds. While the bike has been priced really well, it failed to appeal to the Indian buyers. The Speed Triple has almost the same power output like its Japanese counterparts and looks and feels like a big bike. But, it shares the design and styling with the Street Triple and that’s a problem (we’ll talk about this later).

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