Ditto..maybe year two? Which may not be a bad thing, if they shake out most of the bugs with the sportbike version that's be OK.zoltan said:I was really excited about it as well, but then I say that it wasn't going to be naked, so I'm not so excited now...
that picture was in other places too, like an online motorcycle magazine too http://www.motorcycle.com/, i believe the pic to be real it was in cycleworld too, it could be triumph trying to trick us tooAvidSV650Rider said:That is obviously a photoshop. There are parts from many other makes photoshopped into that picture, espeically Honda (CBR1000RR rearsets and tail end).
Many magaizines have their own digital artists that crank out renditions of what they think upcoming models will look like.thejimdaddy said:
AvidSV650Rider said:Many magaizines have their own digital artists that crank out renditions of what they think upcoming models will look like.thejimdaddy said:
Maybe you can't read old man?thejimdaddy said:you don't listen do you :roll:
AvidSV650Rider said:Maybe you can't read old man?thejimdaddy said:you don't listen do you :roll:
If that's what it looks like when it hits production, I'll be surprised. You can easily see all of the Honda and Kawasaki influence in the styling. There is very little unique Triumph styling in that design. Being a smaller company, you'd think they'd stick with their unique look.
the tail looks more R6 to me, the fuel tank is triumph, and the front does have a kawi influence, the body work is alot more angular than the jap bikes, more like the daytona 600/650 which is very stealth fighteryAvidSV650Rider said:What's a matter JimDaddy? Grow up, it's the internet and this ain't the open forum.
If you can't see the Honda and Kawasaki elements in the picture, then maybe you're blind. It'd certainly back up my claim that you can't read. :wink: