Road tests have shown that the Triumph Speed Triple beats most of its major competitors while out on the roads, but what about whilst riding on the race track? A 'bog-stock' Triumph Speed Triple was entered into a national race in order to find out how well it would hold up on the track. When held up against some its most fierce competition it was able to hold its own and made its way to the finish line in style. So there should be no worries with the avid racer when it comes to purchasing one of these impressive motorbikes - it will be able to hold up whilst out on the track. Recent tryouts have proven that the Triumph Speed Triple is one of the best racing motorcycles available on the market today - in terms of value for money - and should not be ignored when it comes to sharing the track with some of the top models that are currently available.

The Triumph Speed Triple is able to provide you with ultimate performance at an affordable price. It is one of the most iconic bikes in the history of the Triumph motorcycle line - the Triumph Speed Triple is the bike which proved that Hinckley Triumph could match up to the standards of 'old' Triumph. This bike has sold more than 70,000 units since it was first released in 1994. 2012 marked the arrival of the newest addition to the series of bikes - the Speed Triple R. This bike is likely to be known as the ultimate performance roadster.

The newest model of the series has been created with some of the best British engineering prowess, and has had many desirable components added to it that make it stand out from all the rest. This bike features some of the best additions that are known to the motorcycle industry. The Triumph Speed Triple R promises to provide riders with one of the most intense and engaging rides of their lives, and outmatch any other Triumph roadster to date. This motorcycle delivers true racetrack performance that will be hard to beat by its competitors and will be able to satisfy all of your needs as an avid motorcyclist - whether you're hitting the road for work or gearing up for trackday.

Many avid motorcyclists have avidly anticipated the debut of the Triumph Speed Triple R motorbike - this is mostly due to the fact that they know what makes the bike series so special. It was made to be a bike that doesn't require any retuning. This may not seem like a very big deal to some people, but when it comes to getting hold of a bike that has extreme performance and all of the properties that you have ever looked for in a street bike, then 'out-of-the-box' performance is a must. And with its Phantom Black and Crystal White colour schemes and red sub-frame, the Speed Triple delivers plenty of visual pizzazz to go with its exceptional racetrack performance.

The Triumph Speed Triple is designed to be ridden on the road or the race track - but how does it perform on trackday? This article examines the features that make this bike suitable for race-orientated riding.