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2020 Triumph Speed Twin Review

1 month ago   |   By Motorcyclist

At some point in the two-wheeled game, it's good to step back and evaluate what we really want from a motorcycle. Do we ride for absolute speed and agility? Maybe it's escape? Or are we seeking an experience that's rooted in something more elemental, a feeling that taps into a simpler, more evocative era? Triumph's 2020 Speed Triple presents a plausible case for the latter. Related: 2020 Triumph Street Triple RS MC Commute Review
There's no confusing the Speed Twin's classic styling with modernized stablemates like the Speed Triple or Rocket 3. Sure, the UK's Hinckley brand also builds...
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2020 Triumph Speed Twin Review Photo Gallery

2020 Triumph Speed Twin Review Photo Gallery

1 month ago   |   By Motorcyclist

There's no confusing the Speed Twin's classic styling with modernized stablemates like the Speed Triple or Rocket 3.
A relatively slim saddle offers an easy seat height of 31.8 inches, but long-distance riders might prefer the comfort of the cushier accessory seat.
Being able to see through the Speed Twin validates its old-school cred.
Unlike the Street Twin's single 310mm front disc, the Speed Twin offers dual 305mm units for stronger stops.
Dual rear shocks offer adjustable preload and 4.7 inches of travel.
The only electronics incorporated into the otherwise analog gauges deliver...
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