Triumph's Speed Triple Roars Through a 30 Sec Video

A new video highlighting its new Speed Triple caps an awesome week for the British motorcycle manufacturer, Triumph.

It’s fair to say Triumph motorcycles have enjoyed a great ride though a week of motorcycle headlines. Between reporting a record year for sales in 2016 to completely redesigning one its more modern models, everyone in the motorcycle world is talking about Triumph.

Clutch and Chrome takes a closer look at the three variants that make up the new Speed Triple here and just to whet the biker taste buds, we have a quick rundown of what’s featured.

Three New Models to Suit Every Rider and Style

  • Introducing the all-new Street Triple S, Street Triple R and Street Triple RS
  • Each with a unique level of power, performance, technology and suspension
  • Each with their own distinctive attitude, from addictive everyday fun to full track weapon

More Power, Performance, Torque and an Even Richer Soundtrack

  • All-new 765cc engine derived from the celebrated Triumph Daytona
  • 3 power choices, all with more power and torque than the previous generation
  • Street Triple S with up to 6.6% more and 111HP peak power @ 11,250 rpm
  • Street Triple R with up to 11.3% more and116HP peak power @ 12,000 rpm
  • Street Triple RS with up to 16% more and 121HP peak power @ 11,700 rpm
  • Lighter freer flowing exhaust, revised air box, gearbox and new slip and assist clutch

State of the Art Rider Focused Technology

  • New ride-by-wire throttle with up to five riding modes
  • New full color 5” angle adjustable TFT instruments (R & RS)
  • New switchgear incorporating a 5 way joystick (R & RS)
  • Quick shifter and lap timer (RS)

 Lighter, More Agile and Better Handling

  • Lighter than the previous generation, and still the lightest bike in its class
  • All new gullwing rear swingarm for improved higher speed stability
  • Higher level specification of suspension, brakes and tires 

More Attitude, Sharper Styling and a Higher Level of Finish

  • More of the Speed Triple’s ‘nose-down’ focused attitude
  • More contemporary and aggressive lines, with new bodywork and sportier twin seat
  • Higher quality finish and detailing throughout with new premium color schemes. 

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