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First Look: Triumph Threemotard

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It's just a design concept but we love the look of this three-cylinder beauty



How much fun could you have on that?
NOW THIS stunning Triumph Supermoto is something the Hinckley plant ought to take a serious look at.
Found on Italian Triumph website triumphchepassione.com, the Threemotard is based around the company's Speed Triple street bike.
We love its beefy, brutish look. Come on Mr Bloor, let's see something more like this!


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Dig the spokes in the second one but I'm still not a fan of calling a glorified naked bike a supermoto.


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Dig the spokes in the second one but I'm still not a fan of calling a glorified naked bike a supermoto.
Yep, it looks like they are going the Buellish route by just doing bodywork


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December 18, 2008, 12:49 PM

lies.

one of the posts from the forum on that site.

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Squat, ugly looking thing .... should appeal to squat, ugly looking blokes.... so not me.


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The should have just called it the Threetard.
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December 18, 2008, 05:34 PM

That's more in line with what the speed triple should look like, but it's definitely not a motard.
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Nope. don't like it.

S3's are top heavy and would not make a good platform. Now if they used the 675 platform or even designed a sporty chassis using the parallel twin...Think Scrambler on an major diet????
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Nope. don't like it.

S3's are top heavy and would not make a good platform. Now if they used the 675 platform or even designed a sporty chassis using the parallel twin...Think Scrambler on an major diet????
Yeah, like a non-retro Scrambler. I like that idea!

edit: I like the retro Scrambler too


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Good stuff.
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i like it....



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