2019 Triumph Speed Twin Review

FILM | Classic name under new looks and latest tech. Here’s how it rides?

The Speed Twin appeared in 1938. But as every modern Triumph, although staying true to the heritage and keeping some modern lines, it features the latest tech. And it rides! 

Growly sound from the twin cylinder engine, classic look, a handlebar instead of the Thruxton’s clip-ons, the Speed Twin looks classy, feels comfortable and rides like any roadster on the market. We spent a couple of days riding it in the city, then we took it out for a daylong ride - highway and curvy roads. Here’s our first impression of the Speed Twin. 

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