Motorcycles are all about balance (heh, get it), and the middleweight naked bike class often weighs the scales just right to deliver real-world engine performance, versatility, and affordable pricing that many riders gravitate towards. Attractive qualities like that are why the segment is fiercely contested, with every manufacturer throwing their hat in the ring, and the latest challenger is the 2021 Triumph Trident 660.
Triumph’s Trident 660 is aggressively priced at $8095—$1305 less than the Street Twin—and takes the budget-friendly Japanese middleweight machines head-on with its spunky triple-cylinder engine, stout chassis, competitive electronics package, and ravishing looks.
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