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Definitely the Triumph Street Triple R is a more road-friendly set-up than a full-on super-sport bike. The most obvious change for the Triumph Street Triple R of recent, is its exhaust. Now tucked tight beneath the engine it gives the tail end a lean, modern look and lowers the centre of gravity for even better handling.
The BMW F800 GT is exceptionally agile, easy to steer, corner, and manoeuvre. I’ve found few motorcycles, outside of a couple other BMW’s- I’ve ridden which so effortlessly drop into corners – literally!
The Vulcan S is based on the Ninja 649cc parallel twin-engine. Its digital fuel injection liquid cooled and specific tuning give the engine its smoothness. This is a big advantage for new riders still finessing the power transitions either at high or low speeds.