Compact yet strong and fun to ride, the Triumph Speedmaster is a small cruiser designed to deliver sporty performances without sacrificing comfort.
The Speedmaster features a pretty dynamic look and you’ll especially like its 19 inch cast aluminum front wheel wrapped in a “skinny” tire which gives the whole bike a chopped hot rod look. Needless to say, that the bike features a low slung profile with a low 27.1 inch seat height which offers a laid back riding position. The finishing touch is given by the blacked-out engine cases, a carefully crafted teardrop tank, minimalist fenders, a 15" cast rear wheel and a compact headlight.
The motorcycle is propelled by an 865cc parallel-twin engine with 270-degree firing order and twin slash-cut pipes. The fuel-injected unit delivers a maximum output of 60bhp and 53 lb-ft. of torque at 3300 rpm.
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The Triumph Speedmaster is one of the classiest bikes in Triumph’s lineup. Featuring a mean-looking design and a strong powerplant, the Speedmaster is ready to reward you with a rush of adrenaline every time you jump on the saddle.
The aggressive design of the bike is underlined by its low slung profile, slash cut pipes, short guards, black engine cases and cast wheels. To offer an even better riding position, the 2013 model received a 690mm seat height, while the handlebar is wider, higher and more pulled back than the previous model, offering a totally different riding experience.
The 2013 Triumph Speedmaster is powered by Triumph’s distinctive parallel-twin, air-cooled, DOHC, 865cc engine which cranks out a maximum power of 60 bhp @ 6800rpm and 72Nm of torque @ 3300rpm.
The 2013 Triumph Speedmaster is offered with a starting price of $8299.
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The Triumph Speedmaster enters the 2011 model year featuring a new 19" cast aluminum front wheel with single disc brake and ‘skinny’ tire, a few updated design elements, and improved ergonomics. The 865cc parallel twin engine delivers 61 HP and 72Nm of torque.
You will easily notice blacked out engine cases, a carefully crafted teardrop tank, minimalist mudguards, a 15" cast rear wheel with high profile tire and a new front headlight design.
The 2011 Speedmaster will be available in two color options: classic metallic Phantom Black and Cranberry Red. The saddlebags, screens and alternative seats can be customized depending customer’s preference.
A new low 690mm seat height next to new and wider handlebars that deliver a new riding position that feels substantially different to the previous model and which will appeal to a wide variety of riders. Prices will be announced at a later date.
After the Bonneville engine’s fuel injection upgrade, virtually all classic/custom motorcycles in the Triumph lineup have been revised in that concern. This implied the Speedmaster too, but what’s really the strong point of this motorcycle is attitude, so the only thing that the new model year brings is more grunt to back those bad boy looks up.
By simply saying Triumph you think at something special, but when the designation Speedmaster is read, interest immediately strikes. And with its hot-rod apparel, unique engine and chassis, this middleweight cruiser doesn’t disappoint.
Dark, brooding lines and a stripped-down hot-rod essence make the Speedmaster a standout middleweight cruiser. But more can sometimes be more. And while the lean Speedmaster retains its low-slung and nimble street prowler chassis it now has more low-down torque thanks to its new 865cc, air-cooled, twin cylinder engine. And due to the 270 degree firing-interval each power pulse from each piston is delivered in a seamless, languid flow that hooks the fat 170-section rear tyre to the road.