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UPDATED Meta-Review: Testing the Triumph Street Triple 2017!

The worldwide launch of the brand-new-for-2017 Triumph Street Triple 765cc is taking place on Monday 13th of February…

And we’ll be watching the social media channels and newswires to see just what those lucky journalists think of the replacement for the ten year old 675cc Street Triple.

Three versions of the new Street Triple will be made available – all with differing levels of specification and finish. The ‘S’ will be the entry level machine, followed by the middle-of-the-range (and probably most popular) ‘R’ and then topped-off by the super, track-focused ‘RS’.

If that sounds like the kind of bike you’ve been hoping for then keep checking back throughout the day for all of the latest updates. After all, why scour the web and social channels when you can just come to Motofire and get it all from one place…


Latest Updates:

Monday 13th February:

19:48

Can’t think of a better way to end today’s little round-up. Now, onto the Ducati SuperSport.

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17:23
If you were waiting for thirty-seven minute review of wind-noise and rambling under a lid – BUT with some instant impressions of the new Street Triple RS – then you’re in luck.

 

15:08
It may *just* be the new favourite midweight naked, but even at that competitive price and with all of that fancy kit, it still can’t beat the rain.

14:47
The prices for the Street Triple range are in… And they are looking VERY competitive.

That’s £9,900 for the RS! Which is a LOT of bike for the money.

13:15
What’s that? You’re wondering what the Street Triple RS sounds like on track? Here’s your answer…

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11:17
The first written review is in (ish). As would appear to be the way these days, insurance company Bennetts have appended a generic overview of the bikes with a quick sentence from their rider for the launch event.

It’s in the final paragraph if you want to read it in full, but the take away quotes from the first ride of the Triumph Street Triple RS are probably these,

“Triumph have taken the Street Triple and made it better.”

And,

“we’re not really pushing it, but you can tell straight away that there’s more top end on this bike. In fact, it makes be wonder why you’d want the big Speed Triple at all.”

08:57
Riders have been up and out already… And it’s not taken long to form some snap opinions…

08:01

Sunday 12th February:

22:25
Oh, how the other half live eh? Normal round olives just aren’t good enough!

Not just olives. Spherical olives. #streettriple765

A photo posted by marcpotter (@marcpotter) on

19:44

18:23
Foggy is ready and waiting:

15:11
Expect a lot of this sort of thing until people actually land in Catalunya for the test:

And here’s the official Triumph overview of the new, fancy and full-colour dashboard:

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Gallery:

 

Specifications:

The Street Triple S:

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

 

The Street Triple R:

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

 

The Street Triple RS:

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
9 Comments

9 Comments

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    Frank Hart

    February 12, 2017 at 16:11

    Benjamin King

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    Wayne R Roskos

    February 12, 2017 at 16:19

    @UKTriumph Why wasn’t Triumph in the Progressive Motorcycle show this year?

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    Benjamin King

    February 12, 2017 at 18:15

    Uh, cool. What time though?

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    MotoFire

    February 13, 2017 at 00:02

    What do you mean?? It’s an all day thing, the riding launch.

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    Frank Hart

    February 13, 2017 at 00:07

    Benjamin and I both tear ride a 675R Daytona and a Street Triple and we both loved them. I want to see an updated Daytona now.

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    igm4ever

    February 14, 2017 at 13:27

    I’ve read a bunch of contradictory articles online, but when will the Striple RS be actually be available for us mortals to actually buy?

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    motofire

    February 14, 2017 at 15:09

    Good question, and sadly one without a definite answer. Triumph have told us to ‘expect sometime in the Spring’ but there’s no concrete in-showroom date yet.

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    itguy426

    February 15, 2017 at 18:10

    My local dealer will have a RS in April. I heard that the r will be coming in June and the S later at the end of summer.

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    Groagun

    April 11, 2017 at 00:19

    @UKTriumph Hot Damn!

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