Triumph Street Twin

  • Ladies Who Ride: Marta Freire

    Ladies Who Ride: Marta Freire

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    We had the pleasure of catching up with project manager Marta, 33, from Bristol, to learn all about her and her motorcycling life! Marta has been motorcycling for around eight years. She spends time in the UK as well as Portugal. Here she rides a 2019 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin and sometimes her partner’s 2018…

  • VIDEO: WORLD LAUNCH – Triumph Street Twin and Street Scrambler (2019)

    VIDEO: WORLD LAUNCH – Triumph Street Twin and Street Scrambler (2019)

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    WORDS: Ross // IMAGES: Triumph and Kingdom Creative Over the last few years, a swathe of retro styled bikes have cemented themselves in the motorcycle market – and Triumph has consistently been at the forefront of the trend, complementing its iconic Bonneville with an eclectic range of modern classic machines. For 2019 the British factory…

  • First Ride: Triumph Street Twin (A2 Restricted)

    First Ride: Triumph Street Twin (A2 Restricted)

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    A2 LICENCE RESTRICTED RETRO-STYLED ROADSTER Over the last few years a swathe of retro styled bikes has cemented themselves in the motorcycle market – and Triumph has consistently been at the forefront of the trend. Sitting within the retro-styled Bonneville range, the Street Twin is the least expensive of Triumph’s revamped family of parallel twins…

  • Launch Ride: Harley Street Rod

    Launch Ride: Harley Street Rod

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      Hardcore Harley devotees best look away now. Flag-waving Trump supporters probably won’t be impressed either, but for many riders – particularly those a little younger – be they open-minded new bikers, or indeed anyone looking for their first Harley, this could well be a game-changer. Words: John Milbank, editor of Motorcycle Sport & Leisure…

  • What’s the best-selling 651-1000cc bike – bet you won’t guess!

    What’s the best-selling 651-1000cc bike – bet you won’t guess!

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    We have just been sent the latest motorcycle registration figures for September 2016. Most of the stats are pretty predictable: Honda’s PCX 125 and  CB 125 F dominate the scooter and 125cc categories, and BMW’s G 1200 GS has the lead in the 1000cc+ and adventure sections. But the top bike in the 601-1000cc bracket was a…

  • New trick soft luggage for the Triumph Street Twin

    New trick soft luggage for the Triumph Street Twin

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      SW-Motech has expanded its new Legend Gear luggage range to fit Triumph’s new Street Twin, as well as introducing a range of styling and functional add-ons and accessories for the new retro roadster. Designed to suit the new wave of retro roadsters, Legend Gear luggage mixes a vintage look with modern materials and a…

  • 1,400 miles later – touring Scotland on Triumph Street Twin

    1,400 miles later – touring Scotland on Triumph Street Twin

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    We got our hands on the new Street Twin and rode it 1,400 miles in the Scottish Highlands. You might be surprised about how it fared as a tourer. It might not have been the best idea ever to go touring in Scotland on a Triumph Street Twin in early April. It’s not exactly a…

  • VIDEO: Triumph Street Twin – 1,400-mile test in Scotland

    VIDEO: Triumph Street Twin – 1,400-mile test in Scotland

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    We put the Triumph Street Twin through its paces in Scotland. The smallest bike in the Bonneville range is designed more for towns and cities than the the Scottish Highlands, but it performed surprisingly well as a tourer. The test consisted of 1,400-miles covering everything from motorways to mountain passes, and whatever we threw at the bike, it handled…

  • VIDEO: Triumph Street Twin – Scotland test first impressions

    VIDEO: Triumph Street Twin – Scotland test first impressions

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    We took the Triumph Street Twin for a 1,400-mile tour in Scotland. It’s not exactly a natural-born tourer, but it performed surprisingly well from the village lanes to the Higlands, and mountain passes to motorways. Here’s our first thoughts after the test:

  • Special Triumph Street Twin by Pirelli

    Special Triumph Street Twin by Pirelli

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    A special Triumph Street Twin by Pirelli has been unveiled at the Motor Bike Expo of Verona to celebrate the historic partnership between the tyre brand and the Hinckley based manufacturer. The bike boasts livery used by the Bonneville in 1977. The reason behind the two great biking brands coming together is that the new…

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