Triumph Thruxton R first ride review on a racetrack
We just had to find out if the Thruxton R was any good around a racetrack!
In company like this, it’s hard to stand out. In company like this, it’s hard to stand one’s ground. Heck, in company like this, I’d have been trembling and most likely had a little puddle growing near my feet. Why? Because the company that I’m talking about included two of the most hallowed names in the motorcycling world " MV Agusta and Ducati. Not that Triumph is any less of a legend, but when the Italians bring their sharpest, most sophisticated track tools, a retro café racer should be shaking in its boots, no?