The best for tall people!!!
It is treacherous on new tyres with wet overbanding on the road.
It is expensive if you want Triumph parts.
It uses a lot of oil, i.e. 1 cc per mile.
Its battery needed replacing with a gel battery with 190 Amps cold-crank capacity.
It accelerates the best, i.e. torque hits in at about 3000 RPM.
It gets up to 70 MPH without going much over 4000 RPM.
It gets over 10 miles per litre, i.e. 250 miles per tank.
It handles well and the owner's manual says not to ride it at a constant speed for any length of time, i.e it is a country racer, (not a tourer).
It has a lean angle of 45 degrees above 5 MPH.
It is vibrationless with K&N air filters and rejetting of the carburettors.
Would you buy another motorcycle from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 18th March, 2007