Technically, the new Speedy is already almost completely equipped in series production. In addition to the usual driving modes (there are five here!), there is cruise control and lean angle sensors at no extra charge. This regulates both the cornering ABS and the multi-adjustable traction control. At the race or during ambitious gassing, these technical aids are also more than appropriate due to the immense performance.
The cockpit houses a five-inch TFT color display with beautiful graphics and different design options. As usual with Triumph, there are also one or the other (dispensable) gimmick, such as the control of GoPros. The machine can also be paired with the mobile phone for an extra charge. Settings can then be viewed via app and routes can be recorded.
We particularly liked the easy-to-use QuickShifter, which works well in both directions. Dispensable is certainly the keyless ignition (Keyless Ride), but it is also there - as well as the full-LED lighting, which we would less like to do without.