PICK OF THE WEEK: TRIUMPH UNVEIL STUNNING NEW STREET TRIPLE RANGE FOR 2017

Triumph Motorcycles has eventually revealed the eagerly-awaited new Street Triple range. A decade on from the original Street Triple, it’s clear to see Triumph have upped their game and delivered on a motorcycle that literally changes everything!

So… what’s on offer?

Well, the all-new Street Triple has three options to choose from. The Street Triple S, R and RS. Each version has their own unique characteristics which are all backed up by Triumph’s renowned capability, confidence and agile control.

Developed from the ‘Daytona’ engine, the new 765cc Street Triple delivers a significant step up in both power and torque. Comprising of 80 new parts, including increased bore and stroke, Triumph claim the result “is a spectacular advance in performance”.

The Street Triple S

Featuring a 765cc engine with up to 6.6% more peak power than the previous model, the new Street Triple S has the highest level of finish, ride-by-wire throttle, two riding modes, and is lighter than its predecessor with higher spec tyres.

 

The Street Triple R

With up to 11.3% more peak power than the previous model, the Street Triple R includes four riding modes, a full-colour TFT instruments with 5” screen and fully adjustable Showa suspension, this bike delivers the right blend of power and performance.

 

 

The Street Triple RS

With the highest specification and most powerful engine in the family with up to 16% more peak power than before; the Street Triple S has everything you would need and more…

 

 

Aswell as the three main models, Triumph will offer a low ride height version of the R, and an A2 licence compliant version of the S, which features a unique 660cc version of the triple. The starting price is £8000, however there are 60+ accessories to choose from.

The new Street Triple family will make its UK debut at the MCN London Motorcycle Show in February, so keep your eyes peeled for a glimpse of these beautiful machines.

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