Triumph TT600 (2000 - 2004)

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Triumph TT600 (2000 - 2004)

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Reviewed: by Visordown
Yep, it's true. Back in 1996, when Triumph first mooted a middleweight sportsbike - codenamed T806 - they looked at making a triple. But, after listening to a number of 'focus groups' in the USA and the UK, it was felt that a tried-and-trusted four-cylinder layout should be used. From this ...  Continue reading


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My TT600 has been a joy to live with for everyday use and commuting around London!
It is a 52 plate in black and as stated above is not the best looking machine but I bet it's one of the easiest to live with Continue reading...
***** five stars from me, Continue reading...
A wonderful bike for a beginner new to biking, handles beautifully wether your wringing its neck on a track or riding round town in traffic.
Extremely comfortable when riding on long runs. Continue reading...


id say its good, handles well, and sounds amazing.

biggest thing that lets it down is the amount of vibration it has.

ive added thicker rubbers to the footpegs for passengers to try and help. 

Posted: 24/12/2010 at 08:14

triumph motorcycles are good for touring triumph motorcycle are rising agian

Posted: 25/01/2011 at 00:29

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So nearly a great sportsbike the TT is still a good buy.
The look put many off, old before its time.
  • Price: £6289.00
  • Year: 2000 - 2004
  • Top speed: 155mph
  • Price new: 6289
  • Engine capacity: 599cc
  • Power: 108bhp
  • Torque: 50lb ft
  • Weight: 170kg
  • 0-60: 3.5 seconds

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