The reborn legend:
(almost a BSA :-)
360º parallel twin
||86 x 68mm
with throttle position
sensor and electric
||Digital - inductive
When the new Triumph Twin finally arrived, a dream came
true. But when finally getting a chance to see it in real life, I was kind
of disappointed. I haven't tried it yet, but the mere looks of it killed
most of the excitement. It's much more beautiful in glossy pictures.
Alas, this will probably not be my next bike, even if I
still consider it a prime alternative.
Shaft drive V-twin, a legend in its own right?
The Guzzi Jackal
I love the BMWs in general, but this bastard makes it hard.
Brilliant, technology-wise, but really weird looking.
A beast of its own, the beast formerly known as "Viking"!
Originally built by Swedish freaks on a Volvo B18 and a BMW gearbox/shaft,
now named after a legend - the Scottish Indian Dakota 4. Odd enough for my
taste, but probably too expensive.
Big Beautiful Beast?
Triumph Rocket III
longitudinally-mounted, in-line three-cylinder engine has a cubic
capacity of 2,294cc – 140 cubic inches – and uses the same size
pistons as a ten-cylinder American muscle car."
Slick front, impressive rear, massive ...
2,294cc - 140 cubic inches
Fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, three-cylinder
240/50 section rear tyre