The Arrow exhaust gave the three-cylinder motor a wicked growl.
Raiden guys were actually racing these machines for five days.
As it usually happens, though, we made the mental adjustments necessary
after the shock wore off. The size of the bike “normalizes” surprisingly fast.
That’s when the fun starts. The Triumph was a hoot and was capable of much
more serious off-road terrain than we ever imagined.
We wouldn’t expect many Triumph owners to make these kinds of changes.
This is an extreme level. But some of the modifications, like the suspension,
seat and bars, seem perfectly viable if you plan on going off-road at all. The
fact that you could also ride it to Cabo is just something to think about. o
Hours of high-speed riding define the NORRA Mexican 1000.