Before we venture onto the country road, we take a quick look at the cockpit. This is divided into two parts with the Trident 660: above, we see an inverse LC display with basic displays such as speed, tank filling and rev counter. In the lower half, the coloured TFT display shows us everything else - and that's quite a bit as standard!
The machine has Ride by Wire and the two driving modes Rain and Road, which influence the traction control and the throttle control (softer throttle response). The bike can be connected to the smartphone via an app. Then a navigation can be placed on the TFT and e.B. music can be played and phone calls can be accepted. The Trident is also possible to control a GoPro. Of course, the Trident also has a detailed on-board computer.
The lighting of the new Trident 660 is full LED incl. blinkers. Especially from behind, the machine looks rat-sharp. The manoeuvring of the machine is easy, but as with almost all Naked bikes, the handlebar impact is rather low. We prefer to lay the cloak of silence over the company. The passenger has hardly any space and at least as standard no handles. Instead, there's a strap - you feel like you're on a slingshot seat. Then hold on to the driver! Okay, with the Trident 660 you probably won't want to go through the Alps in pairs with a lot of luggage, so that's fine.