Take Triumph, for example. There is at least an Italian, even an elderly Negro (excuse me, an African American) - anyone will agree that these devices are serious and interesting, and there is nothing to say about the cult nature of the brand itself. And since a thing is good, it can be: a) spoiled; b) improve. In these two areas, tuning masters work (though they themselves are always sure that they are only improving). There is a third way: c) destroy. There are enough specialists without tuners, so we will not dwell on it now.
Triumph enthusiastically tuned not only in the vastness of native Albion. In Germany, this worthy craft is occupied by a whole group of comrades - SBF, LSL, Big-Bike, Miller, O wie M, Stepkowski, in Austria - Ossimoto and Schnaller, in France - Mecatwin and Bike Colors. Italy, you understand, is also not standing aside, having looked down and fiddling with a scarf. The local "triumph" representative of Numero Tre, for example, offers its "official" tuning program. But much more interesting is what “independent experts” do. About one of which we will tell today.
Dino Romano and his company with the laconic name Drags & Racing, based in Grosseto, are widely known in narrow circles ("world-famous in the Marina Grove"), as they have been tuning for more than twenty years. During this period, you can learn more than one hare to ride a bicycle.