Motorcycles are often referred to as being metal horses, but we never actually thought that someone would actually think at hooking a calash to a brand new Triumph Speed Triple for a very sexy (if personal opinions count) photo shoot.
These babes are apparently into some kind of perverted royalty game, which – as long as it involves motorcycles too and nobody gets injured – we love.
The Triumph Speed Triple Brown Racer is a special edition model made in France and which distinguishes thanks to the unique bronze color scheme and gold rims. It also features other gold parts such as the exhaust pipes, clutch and brake levers as well as handlebar ends and these do contribute at the overall customized appearance, although you don’t need to be an expert to spot that there’s nothing standard about the way that this Triumph motorcycle looks.
British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph upgrades their Speed Triple 1050 with a multitude of carbon fiber pieces and calls it a limited edition model. This exclusive naked motorcycle relies on the very same 1050cc inline-triple engine powering the standard Speed Triple with its 130 bhp while the Brembo brakes and Showa suspensions are also there.
The Speed Triple Carbon limited edition model additions are purely cosmetic so the only color matching the carbon fiber flyscreen, cowl, infill panels, heat shield and front fender was matt black. The handlebars have also been black painted and the mirrors were anodized.
Only 55 such bikes are available for the price of $11,800 so contacting your local dealer now would be an inspired move if you’re caught up by this unique model.
Having introduced the 2009 range of sport and naked bikes, Triumph now presents a promotional video inviting riders to go their own way. The video features the new Street Triple R among a multitude of choices: Daytona 675, Street Triple, Speed Triple, Tiger and Sprint ST.
Take a ride to the dark side with Triumph’s Matt Black Speed Triple. Triumph Motorcycles has introduced a mean and moody Matt Black colour option to further accentuate the popular Speed Triple’s aggressive, stripped down looks and make it stand out even further from the crowd. The 1050cc 2008 Speed Triple is the sharpest yet, featuring a raft of chassis refinements including radial-caliper four-piston Brembo front brakes, Magura tapered bars, an all-new subframe and redesigned multi-spoke (...) More
No, there is no mistake! The official video of the new Triumph Speed Triple 1050 has finally arrived and it illustrates a beautiful bike, beautiful sights, all being backed-up by a very appropriate soundtrack. Just take the time and listed the three cylinders whistle
You’ve seen it, you’ve craved for it, and you’ve most likely ridden the Triumph Speed Triple over its thirteen years of production. Its extremely powerful three cylinder engine combined with a top notch chassis made it go like a train and steer like a gazelle, but the stripped down stance first blinked an eye.
Triumph Speed Triple owners have now the opportunity to equip their new toys with MIVV exhausts which are finally ready for providing the best of performance and sound. MIVV wanted the new Speed Triple to feature the best exhausts so it used the best materials when it created the two differently shaped lines: Titanium or Carbon GP, and AISI 304 stainless steel X-cone. The excellent results, which were gained during strict benches tests, prove the efficiency of these exhausts: more than 3 (...) More
Triumph Motorcycles (America) Ltd., is pleased to announce the creation of the ultimate Street-Fighting Machine, the Special Edition Speed Triple 1050. Triumph has equipped the mean and nasty Jet Black Speed Triple 1050 with a special package of must-have accessories to create the ultimate street-fighter at a very special price. The Special Edition Speed Triple 1050 comes complete with the race-styled Arrow 3 into 1 Exhaust System, 5 different carbon fiber accessories, black seat cowl and (...) More
Hold on to your helmets! The super slick Triumph Speed Triple is now available in an edgy shade of matt black. The brutish machine exudes effortless beauty and explosive power, and underlines Triumph’s ability to create high performance motorcycles capable of becoming genuine symbols of modern design. Sin ce its original introduction in 1994 the Speed Triple has become a twowheeled icon. Delivering undiluted attitude and a unique presence on the road, it is a true wild child, offering (...) More