If the British-built creations we’ve ridden this month are any indication of what this country is still capable of producing, we may yet emerge from the Brexit process in decent shape... A few laps on Triumph’s development mule for their 2019 Moto2 control motor was all it took for Johnny to practically insist they take the short step further by turning it into a road bike: the lightly-tuned 765 motor in a Daytona chassis felt so close to the big-bore Triumph supersport bike we've been hoping for, it’d be criminal not to offer one. For the first time, they said they might do it, too... Of course, they're already building some great sports weapons: the Speed and Street Triple RS models are great road bikes, and
surprisingly tough customers in the fast group, too.
Michael Rutter was tasked with finding out whether torque or agility makes for the fastest Brit supernaked. And while the XSR900 is technically Japanese, Hag Hughes’ 900LC is a very British creation, and very fine it is, too. See it inside this month's issue.
PB’s exclusive ride on the 2019 Super Duke GT reveals a bike that’s just as happy to tour Europe as it is to get hammered and hurl white plastic garden furniture
Triumph Street Triple RS V Triumph Speed Triple RS
Where does the ideal balance between low weight and big power lie when it comes to a hot lap of Donington Park. Only one way to find out...
The diminutive twin that’s big on character. Here’s how to put hairs on its chest…