"For around town or mountain-road racing, there's nothing quite like England's original studly superbike."
More gems from my friend, Kerrin, in the UK.
"How deep does the beauty go?"
"Slow, but Friendly"
"It turned the quickest quarter-mile we've ever run and has the stopping power of a brick wall."
"To 100 mph, with love"
The legend goes electric.
It's a pseudo-racer for serious play, but treat the brake lever with care, and watch out for the Law.
A swift new three for the connisseur.
The Bonnie has always been a status-cycle. The understated stud machine, representative of real motorcycling. Now it has been rewrapped for the 70s. Does it make it?
Triumph's finest, after 32 years, is still Triumph's finest, but how much longer can it endure?