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.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2012 Triumph Speedmaster.

  • 2012 Triumph Speedmaster
  • Year:
    2012
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 270º firing interval
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    61PS / 60bhp / 45kW @ 6800rpm
  • MPG(Cty):
    48
  • MPG(Hwy):
    59
  • Torque @ RPM:
    72Nm / 53ft.lbs @ 3300rpm
  • Energy:
    Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI

Press Release

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Triumph Speedmaster

  • Traditional stripped-down custom styling
  • Low seat and light weight for easy riding experience
  • 19" cast front wheel with single disc to enhance aggressive design
  • Authentic British parallel-twin brings unique experience to cruiser sector
  • Two-year unlimited mileage warranty

Two color options are available for the Speedmaster: classic metallic Phantom Black and vibrant Cranberry Red.

A full range of genuine Triumph accessories is available to accompany the Speedmaster, including a range of saddlebags, screens and alternative seats to meet the preferences of the individual rider.

Engine and Transmission

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Type Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 270º firing interval
Capacity 865cc
Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm
Fuel System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI
Exhaust Stainless steel twin-walled headers, twin chromed silencers
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 5-speed
Oil Capacity 4.5 litres (1.2 US gals)

Chassis Running Gears and Displays

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Frame Tubular steel cradle
Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
Wheels
Front Cast aluminum alloy 5-spoke 19 x 2.5in
Rear Cast aluminium alloy 7-spoke 15 x 3.0in
Tyres
Front 100/90 R19
Rear 170/80 B15
Suspension
Front Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
Rear Kayaba chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload,
96mm rear wheel travel
Brakes
Front Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Rear Single 285mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Instrument Display/
Functions
Analogue speedometer and tachometer with odometer,
trip information and clock

Dimensions and Capacities

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Length 2367mm (93.1in)
Width 825mm (32.5in)
Height without mirrors 1133mm (44.6in)
Seat Height 690mm (27.1in)
Wheelbase 1606mm (63.3in)
Rake/Trail 33.8º/170.4mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 19.3 litres (5.1 US gals)
Wet Weight (ready to ride) 250kg (550lbs)

Performance and Fuel efifciency

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Maximum Power 61PS / 60bhp / 45kW @ 6800rpm
Maximum Torque 72Nm / 53ft.lbs @ 3300rpm
City 48 MPG
Highway 59 MPG

Quotes

Total Motorcycle----“Bad boy good looks. Slash cut pipes. Engine cases in black for real attitude. Black cast wheels with machined detail. The Speedmaster. Air-cooled 865cc parallel-twin, 270 degree crank engine. Unique ’hot rod’ style. The very essence of low-slung, old-school cruiser re-invented for the demands of today’s rider. New for 2011, short guards, big wheels and a totally new feel. Ready to roll if you’re ready to rock.”

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