I loved this new Triumph at first sit, when it was introduced as a new 2016 model. Then we all got a chance to love it as a group, when it jumped in to win our Retro Roadster Gaiternational Shootout by a huge margin. Don’t be deceived by it’s 52.6 horsepower; direct your attention instead to the 57.8 pound-feet of torque at just 3200 rpm – and don’t overlook its superb fuel mileage numbers, either. It might be Triumph’s cheapest “new Bonneville,” but there’s really nothing cheap about the way the Street Twin looks or performs.