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2012 Triumph Street Triple R Comparison Photo Gallery

The Triumph Street Triple R showed the most power out of all the bikes tested. See how it compared in other areas in the 2012 Women's Street Bike Shootout.

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The 2012 Triumph Street Triple R has a sleek, naked look that's sure to turn heads.
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Boasting 95 horsepower, the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R is very fast and has agressive throttle response.
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Some testers felt a bit of chatter stopping hard in a straight line on the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R while others experienced nothing of the sort.
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Some testers felt the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R headlights looked a little out of place in comparison to the style of the rest of the bike.
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The Triumph Street Triple R has a seat height of 31.7 inches.
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While the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R has many features on the dash, it does not come with a gas gauge.
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One tester felt the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R that the suspension was "just right."
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The 2012 Triumph Street Triple R "felt like it was dropping into turns on its own," to one tester.
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All of the testers were immediately comfortable on the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R.
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The 2012 Triumph Street Triple R offered easy, comfortable access to all levers and indicators.
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One tester commented that the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R's mirros were "well positioned and easy to use."
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The 2012 Triumph Street Triple R is a powerhouse ready to be turned-out on the open road.
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2012 Triumph Street Triple R Horsepower and Torque.
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Some testers felt the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R was more of a tall person's bike due to the seat height.
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Testers had to finesse the throttle in tighter turns to get the most of the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R.
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The Triumph Street Triple R sounds agressive and has little vibration.
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The 2012 Triumph Street Triple R was easy to shift and ran smooth through the gears.
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One tester had trouble with the clutch on the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R because it didn't engage until her hand was almost all the way open.
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The 2012 Triumph Street Triple R continues to pull through low, mid and high rpms.
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The 2012 Triumph Street Triple R earned top honors in many categories such as horsepower, zero to 60 and quarter-mile acceleration.
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The 2012 Triumph Street Triple R will be a challenge to experienced riders and will help them to cultivate their riding skill.