Aftermarket parts supplier Rizoma recently worked their magic on Triumph’s Street Triple R and the result is at least remarkable. The Street Triple R was already the flagship of Hinckley’s middleweight naked lineup, but the extras are truly welcomed.

As known, Rizoma’s strategy starts from the fact that it’s the little things that make a bike special, so they offer just that, meaning their own mirrors, indicator lights, grips, handlebar caps, handlebars, fluid tanks, fluid tank caps, brake/clutch levers, handlebar adapter, license plate support, engine guard, front wheel guard, rear wheel guard, crankcase guard, rear set control kit, rider/passenger pegs, engine oil filter cap, wheel hole cap, bike stand support and lower chain guard.

Although it is less likely that owners of one of the best middleweight inline-triple bikes out there will initially think there’s something missing on their machine, after a while they’ll start feeling the need to spice things up a little bit and there will be Rizoma to help them out. We’re starting to think that these kinds of aftermarket kits for motorcycles are just as well suited as new rims are for cars.


Triumph Street Triple R gets the Rizoma treatment Exterior
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Triumph Street Triple R by Rizoma


Triumph Street Triple R gets the Rizoma treatment High Resolution Exterior
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Triumph Street Triple R by Rizoma


Triumph Street Triple R gets the Rizoma treatment High Resolution Exterior
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Triumph Street Triple R by Rizoma

Source: motoblog

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5 comments:

  (532) posted on 06.2.2011

Yes, definitely. I actually like its striking color red. Well, this is one of the certified street bikes for all users.

  (939) posted on 10.22.2010

Well, this one’s looking even better. This is something that will definitely be a must for bike enthusiasts.

  (647) posted on 09.12.2010

The handbar, brake and gas switch are gold plated, aren’t they?

  (505) posted on 08.23.2010

Those are really nice looking bikes. Great!.

  (1333) posted on 07.26.2010

The handbar, brake and gas switch are gold plated, aren’t they?

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