Triumph Speed Triple

New Triumph Speed 94 and 94R celebrates original model’s initial production initiation in 1994.


The British have a long history of two-wheeled rebellion. In the 50s, biker groups called the ‘ton up boys’ roamed London’s inner city streets, congregating in iconic places such as Ace Café. These boys with greased up hairstyles got their name from riding 100mph-capable bikes in the days of spindly frames and wobbly forks. A result of the 1950s era’s economic prosperity, youths from the lower income had the means to indulge in what was previously an elitist hobby of the 1930s – biking. This became a way of life, giving bikes like the original Speed Twin cult status. (more…)


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