2014 Triumph Street Triple
We always loved Triumph for their ability to mix the old school style with modern technologies and contemporary lines. And the Triumph Street Triple makes no exception. It is pretty safe to say that this model is arguably one of the best looking roadsters designed by the company and we especially like the twin headlights, the angular windshield and sharp lines of the body.
With Triumph’s philosophy, you’ll feel at one with the machine, and the Street Triple’s 675cc, liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder engine rewards you with smooth power delivery whenever you open up the throttle. Moreover, this combination of cutting-edge technology and concentration on detail give you complete confidence while you seat behind the handlebar.
The motorcycle’s low-seat height and low weight creates the perfect conditions for fast riding, while the compact chassis provides easy handling.
The engine cranks out a maximum speed of 106 PS at 11850 rpm and 68 Nm of torque at 9750 rpm.
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2014 Triumph Street Triple
Engine:Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Horsepower @ RPM:106
Torque @ RPM:50
Energy:Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI
This motorcycle truly epitomises the spirit of Triumph. Agile, fun, punchy, brimming with character, up for anything and great to look at.
Its 675cc three-cylinder engine bubbles, growls and wails as you wind it up through the gears and, thanks to an all-new chassis, the handling is now even sharper and more intuitive than it’s ever been. And that’s saying something.
The bodywork is new too. Colours appear as sharp slashes down the length of the bike from the slender tail section to the lean-looking tank, narrow radiator side cover and the front mudguard. Neatly finished by the striking new wheel design.
You’ll find yourself using the Street Triple for anything from track days to traffic busting.
Triumph has created a machine that can turn the dullest regular commute into pleasure trip.
As always, the torque curve on the Street Triple is generous from low revs to high. Staying above 43lb.ft from 3,000rpm right up to 12,500rpm so you can pull hard and instantly whatever the rev counter is showing.
And, with a maximum of 106PS and less weight than ever before, there’s more than enough for the odd thrilling track day.
The gearbox in the Street Triple has a taller first gear than before, taking advantage of the engine’s depth of torque for smoother urban riding.
And to keep it smooth through the gears Triumph has fitted a gear-driven balance shaft, so your focus on long stints at high speeds isn’t interrupted by vibration.
Four valves per cylinder with double overhead camshafts is the best layout for high revs, so that’s what the Street Triple gets. Although Triumph engineers have designed the cam timing and new exhaust to give you plenty of punch at low and medium revs for more useable power during normal road riding.
The most obvious update is the new exhaust. Now tucked tight beneath the engine it gives the tail end a lean, more modern look and lowers the centre of gravity for even better handling.
The sound is now even better than before with the new intake path through the frame turning up volume, giving the Street Triple an even snarlier, more engaging sound than ever.
The aluminium twin spar frame’s styling is familiar but it’s a new design. Routing the intake duct right through the headstock for the best efficiency.
With the exhaust moved from beneath the seat Triumph Street Triple team was able to fit a new, lighter cast aluminium design subframe.
A chassis this good demands exceptional suspension, so the Street Triple comes with KYB 41mm upside down forks, and a KYB rear shock with spring preload adjustability.
By making the Street Triple 6kg lighter with a 3 per cent increase in weight distribution over the front, now at 52 per cent, and with its mass more centralised, the Street Triple is now more agile and responsive than ever. The overall design gives you the stability and confidence for an incredible riding experience. The new Street Triple has a smaller turning circle than before, so it’s now better for every day manoeuvring through traffic too.
A pair of Nissin brakes are fitted at the front gripping 310mm discs for balanced and easily controlled stopping power, while a Brembo calliper and 220mm disc look after the rear. Switchable ABS is an option.
Wheels and Tyres
The new wheels aren’t just there to look good, they’re lighter. They come with a whole raft of benefits. Less mass means less inertia, so you get more responsive steering.
They make it easier to accelerate and slow down too. So straight line performance benefits and, with less mass to move up and down over bumps, the suspension is worked less resulting in a better ride quality and improved grip.
On the Street Triple you are still forward leaning with high footrests for the best control closer to its limits, but it’s also more upright for better everyday riding around town.
So you can tackle longer trips as well as getting a good workout on a track day.
Equipment and Technology:
Where ABS is fitted it’s possible to disable it via the dash if required, and it automatically activates again each time the ignition is switched on, so there’s no forgetting you’ve turned it off.
Instruments and Computer
The dash is still as comprehensive as it always was with its twin trip computer showing economy, range, gear indicator, lap timer and programmable gear change lights.
There are neat touches like the rear number plate and indicator hanger which can be quickly removed for track riding. Include the catalytic converter, double overhead cams and the latest engine management system with twin butterflies per cylinder and you have a high tech machine with an even more potent ride than ever.
Triumph added a coded key immobiliser system in case your bike attracts the wrong kind of attention. It disables the ignition if an attempt is made to turn or force the ignition switch without the presence of the electronically coded correct key.
Under Seat Storage
For added security, the new Street Triple features under seat storage capable of holding a D lock.
A change in tyre pressure can dramatically alter handling. So Triumph Tyre Pressure Monitoring System will let you know any change in pressure, on the track or on the road, before it becomes an issue.
Race Inspired gear change quick-shifter to allow full and partial throttle up-shifts without the use of the clutch. Full plug and play installation means no modifications to the motorcycle harness are required.
Made to exacting tolerances this unique accessory is styled to match the New Street Triple’s uncompromising look.
Factory colour matched Fly screen diverts air from the rider to reduce wind blast and increase comfort. Aggressively styled in line with the motorcycle, the Fly Screen is manufactured from High impact ABS for durability and supplied complete with all necessary fixings.
Gloss Black LED indicator units designed to act as a direct replacement for the standard parts. Features include cast alloy body, with rubberised mounting foot and Triumph logo branding.
CNC Machied Levers
CNC machined, billet aluminium brake and clutch levers to replace the standard equipment items. Features aerospace grade aluminium with hard anodised finish.
Anodised Brake Resevoirs
Replacement CNC machined brake reservoir in anodised black finish.
Moulded Frame Protectors
Bespoke frame protectors designed to offer additional protection in the event of a fall. Manufactured from durable nylon, these frame protectors require no cutting of bodywork to install and are styled to compliment the Street Triples aggressive features.
Warrany and Service:
Triumph confidence provides you with a two-year unlimited mileage warranty on your new Triumph and Genuine Accessories. Alongside the knowledge that Triumph give you a 12 month unlimited mileage warranty on replacement parts.
The Street Triple carries 6,000 mile (10,000km) service intervals.
|Engine type||Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder|
|Fuel system||Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI|
|Exhaust||Stainless steel 3 into 1 exhaust system low single sided stainless steel silencer|
|Clutch||Wet, Multi Plate|
|Gearbox||6-Speed, Close Ratio|
|Oil capacity||0.9US Gallon|
|Frame||Front - Aluminium beam twin spar. Rear - 2 piece high pressure die cast|
|Swingarm||Twin-sided, cast aluminium alloy|
|Front Wheels||Cast aluminium alloy 5-spoke 17 x 3.5in|
|Rear Wheels||Cast aluminium alloy 5-spoke 17 x 5.5in|
|Front Tires||120/70 ZR 17|
|Rear Tires||180/55 ZR 17|
|Front Suspension||KYB 41mm upside down forks 110mm travel|
|Rear Suspension||KYB monoshock with 124.5mm rear wheel travel|
|Brakes front||Twin 310mm floating discs, Nissin 2-piston sliding calipers. (Switchable ABS model available)|
|Brakes rear||Single 220mm disc, Brembo single piston caliper. (Switchable ABS model available)|
|Instrument display and functions||LCD multi-functional instrument pack with digital speedometer, fuel gauge, trip computer, analogue tachometer, lap timer, gear position indicator, programmable gear change lights, clock, TPMS ready and switchable ABS.|
|Height without mirror||1060mm|
|Tank capacity||4.6us gallon|
|Wet weight||183 kilo|
|Max power EC||106PS @ 11850|
|Max torque EC||68NM @ 9750|