Check out the results of the Triumph America in our 2012 Women’s Cruiser Shootout.
- The Triumph America got mixed scores for handling, but was reliable with no real surprises.
- The 2012 Triumph America was one of the first British rides for many of our testers.
- While the Triumph America's brakes didn't wow our testers, they did the job they needed to do.
- The Triumph motor was the only to receive perfect 10's across the board in our shootout.
- Our testers were perplexed by the placement of some of the instruments on the Triumph America.
- Some testerst didn't prefer the 2012 Triumph America's stiff suspension.
- Our testers agreed that the 2012 Triumph America's seat was comfortable and supportive.
- The blue and white paint of the 2012 Triumph America reminded one tester of a classic car.
- Our testers had almost too much fun on this powerhouse.
- Testers felt the 2012 Triumph America would have no problem keeping up with bigger displacement bikes.
- One tester said it felt like the Triumph America was the tallest bike of the shootout.
- One tester was so impressed with the performance of the 2012 Triumph America's engine that she said it felt like a mechanic went through with a microscope to check the precision of all the moving parts.
- Overall, the 2012 Triumph America shifted up and down smoothly.
- The 2012 Triumph America was described by one tester as a "torque monster."
- One tester felt that even at 80mph there was still plenty of reserve power in the Triumph America.
- The Triumph America sounded tight and perfectly tuned.
- The 2012 Triumph America secured the top spot in engine performance.
- Considering the engine power, the Triumph America was quieter than most of our testers expected.