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Here are all the details on the new Triumph Street Triple

Here is the full rundown on the three versions of the new road-warrior unveiled this evening.

How do you update a bike that many consider to be a classic? If you’re Triumph you stay true to the styling, lose some weight and add a little more power. Simple.

Three versions of the new naked have been announced. The basic, base build is the Street Triple S, the R is the one that begins to bring the Sport credentials to the fore and the RS? That’s the one for bombing around the B-roads on before hitting the track.

Triumph Street Triple S:

111bhp, two riding modes, a basic LCD screen, some traction control, ABS and Nissin brakes.

Standard Equipment

  • New 765cc engine
  • 113 PS at 11,250 RPM
  • 73 NM peak torque at 9,100rpm
  • Showa suspension front and rear, with preload adjustable RSU
  • ABS and Switchable traction control
  • All-new ‘gullwing’ swingarm
  • Road and Rain riding modes
  • LED position light bulb headlights
  • Updated LCD instrument pack including an on-board computer with: fuel gauge, odometer, trip meter and journey distance
  • All-new bodywork
  • Sporty twin-seat design
  • Black powder coated main frame, subframe and swingarm

 

Triumph Street Triple R:

The R comes with five more bhp than the S model, a fancy, super-colour dashboard, four riding modes and advanced ABS. The shocks are better and the brakes are Brembo too.

Additional to Street Triple S

  • 118 PS at 12,000 RPM
  • 77 NM peak torque at 9,400rpm
  • Brembo M4.32 monobloc front brake calipers with radial master cylinder
  • Assist and slip clutch
  • Fully adjustable Showa separate function fork front suspension
  • Fully adjustable Showa RSU
  • Switchable ABS and traction control
  • 5” full-colour TFT instrument pack
  • 4 Riding modes Sport, Road, Rain and Rider
  • High-spec onboard computer, including all the features of the ‘S’ model plus: journey time, average speed, average fuel consumption, instantaneous fuel consumption, range to empty, two trips and ambient temperature
  • New switchcubes with 5-way joystick control
  • DRL headlights
  • Self cancelling indicators
  • Sporty body-coloured flyscreen with integrated air intake from Speed Triple
  • Premium seat stitching and vinyl
  • Red rear subframe, wheel pinstripes and detailing
  • Low ride height (LRH) model available

 

Triumph Street Triple RS:

Really Sporty… Or Rapidly Sexy… Or something like that. The Triumph Street Triple RS spits our 116bhp, has a quickshifter out of the crate, Show forks, Ohlins shocks and Brembo stoppers. Oh and that LCD dash? That comes with six different layouts for varying types of riding.

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Additional to Street Triple R

  • 123 PS at 11,700 RPM
  • 77 NM peak torque at 10,800rpm
  • Brembo M50 monobloc front brake calipers
  • Brembo MCS span and ratio-adjustable lever, radial master cylinder
  • Fully adjustable Showa big piston fork front suspension
  • Öhlins fully-adjustable piggyback reservoir RSU Quickshifter
  • Quickshifter
  • 5 Riding modes Sport, Road, Rain, Rider and Track
  • Matt silver painted aluminium rear subframe
  • Body-coloured bellypan and pillion seat cowl (pillion seat also supplied)
  • Lower chain guard

But what about price we hear you say? Well, nothing is announced for the R or RS but the S is listed as being available for £8,000 on the road. Which likely means that the R and RS will be right up there within Yamaha MT10 territory.

So if you’re in the market for aggressively-but-distinctively styled naked street bikes, you’ve got a choice to make!

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