Featured In the January 2022 issue of Roadracing World:
San Pedro De Alcantara To Ronda Road—A397. This windy, dramatic, potentially dangerous road climbs up from the Costa del Sol to the historic mountain town, offering spectacular views down to the coast.
It was as if Triumph engineers ran this 31-mile stretch of fast, windy pavement in the south of Spain over and over, trying to burn into their brains what the ultimate sporting street ride should be like, and then aimed the new 2022 Speed Triple RR at the rider who thinks riding a road like this is the pinnacle of sportbike riding. At least, that was how it felt while I was hauling up and down the road to Ronda during the international intro of the latest addition to Triumph’s sporting lineup…
—Intro: 2022 Triumph Speed Triple 1200RR, by Michael Gougis
The new Speed Triple RR is built on the platform of the very capable 2022 hyper-naked Speed Triple 1200 RS. The changes Triumph made to transform it to the RR model—half fairing, clip-ons and rearsets, and computer-controlled semi-active suspension—give the new bike a unique personality, one that delivers a streetbike sporting experience accessible to all. Read the details and riding impressions in the latest issue of Roadracing World!
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