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When Triumph revised the Tiger in 2007 they sacrificed some of its off road ability for better on road use such as improvements in handling and looks. A calculated move from Triumph which certainly lifted desire for the Tiger and they havent looked back.
The now iconic Speed Triple featured above in the 955i guise. This is one off the bikes that really through Triumph back on the map. Its the simple recipe of taking a stonking super sport engine and place it in a naked style. It still feels perfectly capable and is barrels of practical fun.
Triumphs Bonneville Speedmaster is variant off the Bonneville 790 with the 865cc capacity increased to provide more grunt. Its unique styling make it a British favourite for summer day cruises.
For 2012 Suzuki didn’t change much of the looks on the Gixxr thou which isn’t necessarily a bad thing but focused on improving some of the weak points such as upgraded Brembo brakes, improved mid range, more agile handling, and some cosmetic changes that only the trained eye would spot. This improved the package weather you use it on the road or take it to the track.
Ducati have provided the real world cruiser you need. Ever jumped on a cruiser and just felt your missing the performance of your previous bike? Then you haven’t ridden the X Diavel S.
Suzukis SV-650 is a practical, affordable and good fun to ride. Although it lacks the off some of its rivals, it certainly makes up in other areas. The SV-650 is a perfect first bike, commuter or winter hack with parts in abundance and all competitively priced.
Triumphs Iconic Speed Triple 1050 has always been a British staple when it comes to naked sports bikes. It has all the speed you need for the road, sounds great and feels solid going around the corners. This end of model example features the well improved Brembo brakes and stunning alloys wheels with factory red and white pin stripe.
After a V-Twin Superbike with Italian flare and spec but not Ducati price tag. Aprilia has the answer: The RSV 1000 Mille, the definitive look packed with top notch components. Yes these older twins are lumpy around town but thats just a characteristic of any V-Twin. Who buys a Superbike to drive around town anyway?