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Farhad

Tabernacle, New Jersey

Reviewed on 2003-09-25

Motorcycle reviewed2003 Triumph Sprint ST

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5.0
I bought a Sprint ST after riding cruisers for a long time. I was very nervous about giving up my 1500 CC, 730 pound, rumbling V Twin for a light, but fast ride and felt that I would miss that rumbling feeling. After a couple of weeks of riding the ST, I now know what I have been missing for so many years. The ride gives you a rush of adrenalin unlike anything else you may have felt on a cruiser. The handling is buttery smooth as well.
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Trip Parker

Fayetteville, North Carolina

Reviewed on 2003-07-29

Motorcycle reviewed2003 Triumph Sprint ST

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5.0
I have always been partial to the Triumph line because they aren't Harleys and they aren't "Rice Rockets". But, this bike is a lot more than just an alternative to the status quo. I had been riding a Thunderbird, but decided that I needed something a little more destination oriented. The first time that I sat on an ST at the dealership I immediately noticed the lower center of gravity and 50 pounds less weight. Upon firing the bike up, the unique (lower) pitch of the 3 cylinder was also obvious. A quick ride on the Blue Ridge Parkway was all it took. The horsepower is exhilarating and hooking curves is a thrill. The bike corners like it is on rails. The fairing provides great stability and permits comfortable cruising (tucked in behind the windshield) at 80+ MPH. don't know what goes on over 100 MPH. Some might take a star off because of the more sport than touring riding position, but, I prefer the sport attitude of the bike. Yes, hands get numb/sore, but that occurs on long stretches of straight highway. Put the bike on a two lane with lots of curves and sore hands are no longer a factor. The major Japanese manufacturers may make a bike that is more nimble, but, I have yet to see a better looking sport bike. If you are looking for a touring bike, get one. If you are looking for an excellent, reliable, great looking sport bike with the ability to carry you, a rider and some gear a long way... get an ST.
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scott gabriel

fort myers, Florida

Reviewed on 2003-07-21

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5.0
Let me start by saying that I flew from FL to TN (700miles) to pick up my new 2003 ST, couldn't pass up the deal (especially the FREE ((thanks triumph) hard bags), I was also looking forward to putting this SPLIT PERSONALITY bike to the test! OK I am over 40 years old and have had 3 back operations in the past 12 years, so I was crazy to attempt such a trip without a safty net ( trailer), I broke the trip up into 2 days, but if I had to do it in one day I would have been able to!! This bike not only hauls ass it does so comfortably!! Ever since 1997 I had wanted a Daytona 955i (YELLOW as if there is any other color), but hte more I looked into the Sprint ST the more I began to realize that a 100% sportsbike wasn't going to be a pratical choice, I have the best of both worlds. Thanks TRIUMPH for making such a great bike, and if you want to call it a touring bike, you go right ahead, with the improved HP increased to 118, I think I know what it really is, a SPORTSBIKE w/ touring ability!
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