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Re: Triumph Street Twin: A British classic for the ages
I tried hunting for Gel seats, but didn't find any good options online.
Regarding heating, engine does heat up when riding in lets say 45 deg summer heat. But heat dissipation is also good. I've not ridden more than 150 kms on a single stretch, so this distance never made it uncomfortable to ride, heating wise.
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