, Tiger 1050, Daytona 675, Daytona 675R, Street Triple, Street Triple R, Speed Triple, Thunderbird or Rocket, you can be pretty sure they're not going to be made obsolete by a new model in 2012.Perhaps more interesting is what could be read between
.Internet speculation suggests this new model will run the 1200cc-triple from the soon to be unveiled Tiger Explorer 1200, however it's very unlikely the Speed Triple R will use this engine and it will almost certainly stick with the 1050cc lump.
to 800cc to bring it into contention with the Tiger 800, BMW F800, Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 and Honda Crossrunner.Of course, as soon as we've got more details we'll let you know.
on the Monster 1100 Evo.The preview of an 848 Streetfighter may signal the start of Ducati optimising their engines and frames to create interchangeable models to boost their expanding line-up. A Multistrada 848 could be next to compete with the Tiger 800 and F
rivals, the class-leading BMW R1200GS costs £10,595 in base spec, Triumph's new Tiger Explorer 1200 is £11,149, including ABS, the Ducati Multistrada 1200 is £12,395 and Kawasaki's multi-purpose Versys 1000 is £9,499.Mark Forsyth is out in Spain
, as has the 2013 Daytona 675 and 2013 Street Triple – both extensively restyled. There's also a new version of the Tiger 1050 due for launch imminently.Of all these, the 2013 Daytona and Street Triple are likely to be the first to appear. The bikes have
the entire bike, they do reveal styling details including redesigned headlights, with a more angular shape similar to those on the forthcoming Tiger 800. They also show that, as suspected, there's an entirely new chassis, made using cast aluminium, which
and an equally warm bottle of Rioja to go with it. Our chosen tools, the BMW R1200GS, Triumph Tiger, Suzuki DL1000 GT, KTM 950 Adventure and brand new Buell Ulysses, would speed us in relative comfort across France, surely. In 24 short hours we'd be basking
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that just missed entering the top ten - the Sprint ST 1050 (overall reader score 4.18), Speed Four (4.10) and the Tiger 955i (4.05) - let's move on to the burning question: which are the top-rated Triumph motorcycles?Scroll down for the definitive list!10
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