Three new models to suit every rider and style
More power, performance and torque, and an even richer soundtrack
State of the art rider focussed technology
Lighter, more agile and better handling
More attitude, sharper styling and a higher level of finish
Tearing up the rulebook all over again.
In 2007 Triumph launched the game changing original Street Triple, light, fast, fun, agile and stylish. With its thrilling triple engine, aggressive looks and intuitive handling it set the benchmark, redefined the roadster market and went on to become a favourite for passionate Street Triple fans worldwide.
With the launch of the all-new 2017 Street Triple family Triumph have torn up the rule book up all over again - with the most explosive, exhilarating, agile and intuitive performance street motorcycles the brand has ever made.
The new Street Triple line up
Introducing the Street Triple R, backed up by Triumph’s highly regarded capability, confidence and agile control.
To make the new Street Triple even more accessible the Street Triple R is also available in a dedicated lower ride height version of the ‘R’ (Street Triple R LRH) with its own unique suspension
and seating set-up, and also a dedicated A2 license versin for the ‘S’ with its own unique 660cc engine, for riders who don’t yet hold a full license.
More power, performance, torque and a richer triple soundtrack
Developed from the celebrated race bred ‘Daytona’ engine, the new 765cc Street Triple engine delivers a major step up in power and torque. With more than 80 new parts including new crank, pistons and Nikasil plated aluminium barrels and an increased bore and stroke. The result is a significant advance in performance, particularly low-down and in the mid-range.
Each of the new models come with their own unique engine set-up, ECU and tune, each tailored to deliver the character, power and performance best suited to the bike’s style of ride and rider.
The ‘R’ tune, with its own model-specific crank shaft, increases peak power by up to 11.3% over the previous ‘R’ model, delivering 118PS @ 12,000rpm, and delivers a 13% increase in peak torque at 77Nm @ 9,400rpm.
There are riding modes on all models to help the rider better harness the increased power and torque in every riding condition. A richer sound track, from a lighter, free flowing exhaust and revised airbox delivers an intoxicating and more distinctive induction howl.
Stronger than ever acceleration and slicker gear changes are achieved through a combination of revised gearbox geometry and shorter 1st and 2nd gear ratios. In addition, on the R and RS models, a new slip and assist clutch set up delivers lighter clutch action and reduced lever effort for more control and riding comfort.
More attitude and sharper styling
The new line-up all feature a significant styling evolution to deliver more attitude and a sharper more athletic poise, inspired by the ‘nose-down’ focussed attitude of the latest generation Speed Triples.
More contemporary and aggressive lines have been created with all new bodywork, flyscreen, radiator, cowls and new integrated air intake. In addition, the seat has been redesigned and restyled to deliver a sharper, sportier separate twin seat set-up without sacrificing rider or passenger comfort.
With an incredible attention to detail there is a higher level of finish across the entire motorcycle with many high quality details, including individual colour coded rear sub-frames for each model, re-designed rider heel guards and forged pillion footrest hangers.
Premium colour options
The new Street Triple line up represents a major evolution in state of the art rider focussed technology for maximum control and safety.
For a crisper, more precise and more accurate throttle response, with improved on/off throttle transition. Enabling different throttle maps, which combined with the ABS and traction control settings give up to 5 riding modes.
Linked to the ride-by-wire system all models have new riding modes, which adjust throttle response, ABS and traction control settings
Full colour adjustable TFT instruments
The Street Triple R and RS feature all-new, angle adjustable colour 5” TFT instruments for riders to access the new on-board computer. There are three different screen display styles to choose from, pre-set to the riding modes and changeable easily on the move. To ensure that the screen is readable in all weather and light conditions, each of the three styles can be selected with ‘High’ or ’Auto’ contrast.
New on-board computer
On the ‘R’ and ‘RS’ models this presents additional features including two trip displays, average and instantaneous fuel consumption, range to empty, riding mode selection, display style and contrast settings, service information, coolant temperature, warning symbol information and also for the ‘RS’ model only a lap timer.
New switch cubes with 5-way joystick
To navigate the new instruments on the Street Triple R and RS there are all-new switch cubes with an intuitive 5-way joystick control that have been ergonomically optimised to be easy to use. The Street Triple S features the revised switch cubes set-up from the latest generation Speed Triple.
Switchable on the Street Triple R and RS through the ‘rider programmable’ riding mode, which can be adjusted to suit (with road and track ABS settings) or can be turned off completely if desired.
Switchable traction control
On the Street Triple R and RS traction control is managed through the ‘rider programmable’ riding mode, by selecting the desired traction control setting either ‘road’, ‘rain’, ‘track’, ‘sport’ or ‘off’.
This can be added as an accessory option on the Street Triple S and R.
The new Street Triple line up all feature new headlights designed for a more aggressive stance.
The Street Triple R and RS featuring new distinctive LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL). These bring an eye catching new light profile that makes the bike more easy to see out on the road and a lower energy consumption for greater long term durability. The DRL is an amazing 28x brighter than the previous generation bulb sidelight.
Gear position indicator
The Street Triple R and RS feature a useful gear position indicator, accessible through the 5” full colour TFT instruments.
Lighter, more agile and better handling
Leaner and meaner than ever the new Street Triple models are lighter than the previous generation, holding their position as the lightest bikes in class. This weight reduction combined with the new higher power 765cc engine delivers an amazing power to weight ratio that is key to the game changing performance of the new ‘Streets’ delivering a truly explosive and agile ride.
An all-new gullwing rear swingarm has been specifically designed for the new Street Triple range, resulting in increased longitudinal torsional stiffness, combined with an engineered reduction in lateral stiffness. This maximises stability at the higher speeds achieved by the new Street Triple, for greater rider confidence, with an optimised swingarm pivot position providing more natural resistance to compression of the rear suspension unit under hard acceleration. This brings a tighter corner exit capability and a more precise chassis behaviour, which can be felt on both road and track.
Higher specification suspension
The Street Triple R comes with ø41mm upside-down fully adjustable Showa separate function big piston front forks with 115mm travel for improved riding comfort without compromise and a Showa piggyback reservoir monoshock rear suspension unit.
High specification brake set-up
The Street Triple R has Brembo M4.32 4-piston radial monobloc calipers that deliver greatly improved stopping power over the previous Street Triple R and a Brembo single piston sliding caliper on the back.
High specification performance tyres
The Street Triple S and R models are fitted with premium Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa tyres which deliver sharp and precise handling as well as excellent stability and grip on the road.
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