Modes are selectable on the fly, but it’s tricky. As our Assistant Editor Will Steenrod put it, “Select your map, close the throttle, pull in the clutch, stand on one leg, and rub your stomach while patting your head, all before you rear-end the guy in front of you.” We avoided that, thankfully, but his fear is valid. The menu system is our last gripe about the Speed Triple (promise), and it’s not really worth condemning the bike. Owning one, you’d quickly get used to the display and pick a favorite mode. Riding lots of other bikes, though, we know that there are simpler solutions for toggling settings and even adjusting the clock.