Standards – Triumph Speed Triple

Triumph Speed Triple

When it comes to big displacement standards, the Triumph Speed Triple narrowly edged out bikes like the Kawasaki Z1000 and Ninja 1000, Yamaha FZ8 and Suzuki GSX1250FA (aka Bandit). There was some discrepancy between the different insurance companies we researched, but on average the Trumpet came out as the best bargain versus the competition. With one of our favorite street engines, impressive handling, and fairly comfortable ergos, we’re big fans of the Speed Triple ourselves.

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  • could’ve picked bikes produced Since 1999 to even out the spread a little (and left out super sports as we all know they are the most expensive, although the mixture is nice, a comparative list comprising of Non-super sport bikes 99-current “could” be more subjective

    • duck

      shut up

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  • Luke

    This has really helped me decide on which motorcycle I want to buy. Living in the Mtn. West, riding a bike is only possible for about half of the year. A motorcycle always has to be your 2nd mode of travel and that’s why finding one that is cheap to insure is huge in my book.

  • Jeremiah Stanley

    Ten slides and the summary is: Japanese sport bikes with fairings are expensive to insure.

  • Knute Dunrvnyet

    Where’s the ADV bikes?

  • Charleneje

    I live in Oklahoma and am interested in finding out the various motorcycle laws for here and the surrounding States