Ergonomically, my only gripe with the Speed is legroom—there's just not enough of it. To give myself a little more, I installed a set of MFW Vario footpeg brackets and pegs (www.twistedthrottle.com; $166.50). The kit installed in minutes, and the shifter linkage and rear brake master cylinder offer enough adjustment to get the controls back where I wanted them. Oh, how I wish I'd had these for that inaugural 1500-mile tour! The brackets add an inch of legroom that opens up the rider triangle appreciably. This one mod brings the Speed's ergos more in line with those of the Trophy sport-tourer, but the system moves the pegs outboard about half an inch, and the Triumph's foot controls are already fairly offset compared to the footpegs. That means you have to ride a bit pigeon-toed. I'll probably go back to the stock pegs for the daily commute and weekend joy rides when I need to shift and brake a lot, but I'll definitely switch to the Vario pegs the next time I point the Speed Triple at the far horizon.