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2014 Triumph Speed Triple R ABS

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  • Triumph Speed Triple R ABS
  • Year:
    2014
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
  • Transmission:
    6-speed
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    135
  • MPG(Cty):
    34
  • MPG(Hwy):
    50
  • Torque @ RPM:
    82
  • Energy:
    Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI
  • Displacement:
    1050 cc
  • Price:
    14699

The Triumph Speed Triple R raises the performance bar even higher than the base Speed Triple model, featuring a series of modifications which make it one of the most agile Triumphs ever made. The bike is fitted with first class components signed by famous brands such as Ohlins, Pirelli or Brembo. Moreover, the Triumph Speed Triple R also comes with a fly screen, a belly pan, a seat cowl and Diablo Red radiator shrouds.

The motorcycle’s center piece is a 1050cc, liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder engine which generates a maximum power of 135PS at 9400 rpm and 111NM of torque at 7750 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a six speed transmission which returns an average fuel consumption of 50 mpg.

As far as prices are concerned, the Triumph Speed Triple R ABS can be yours for no less than $14,699.

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Triumph releases pricing of the Speed Triple S and RS

Triumph releases pricing of the Speed Triple S and RS

Undercuts the competition easily

Earlier this month, Triumph unveiled their new most powerful, smartest and best handling Speed Triples ever, the Speed Triple S and RS. This British hooligan is back with better electronics and equipment list and carries over the glory days that started way back with the ’94 Speed Triple T309. The original ‘factory streetfighter’.

When the British brand made the factory launch, we were told that the pricing of these machines would be announced on the 28th. But they have spilled the beans a week early at the official international press launch in Almería, Spain.

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2018 Triumph Speed Triple

2018 Triumph Speed Triple

The British Hooligan is back with better electronics and equipment list

Finally, the big boy has arrived. For 2018, the legendary British manufacturer is spinning a new edition of their iconic Speed Triple motorcycle that has had its glory days starting way back with the ’94 Speed Triple T309. The original ‘factory streetfighter’.

Like old wine in a new bottle, the new Speed Triple is a 24-year-old model. It has already been updated half a dozen times with the last one being in 2016. But with the competition spearing ahead, Triumph decided to refresh the Speed Triple with a few of its latest gimmicks and is giving us their sophisticated hooligans, the ‘2018 Speed Triple S & RS’.

Unveiled at the exclusive factory launch yesterday, the new Speed Triple S & RS are the most powerful, smartest and best-handling Speed Triples... ever.

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Gallery: Triumph Speed Triple S & RS

Gallery: Triumph Speed Triple S & RS

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Finally, the big boy has arrived. For 2018, the legendary British manufacturer is spinning a new edition of their iconic Speed Triple motorcycle that has had its glory days starting way back with the ’94 Speed Triple T309. The original ‘factory streetfighter’.

The 2018 edition gets around 105 new stuff within its motor to pump the power upto a 150 hp and 83.6 lb.ft or torque. It revs higher and cleaner than ever before. New sleeker free-flow exhaust units keep things fresh with the RS getting a top-spec Arrow end cans.

Top-of-the-line components on this new Triples make them the best handling liter-class naked roadsters coming out of the British factory. Showa suspension on the S and Ohlins on the RS along with Bembo braking help hone the bikes down to the earth.

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Triumph unboxed their brand new Speed Triple S and RS

Triumph unboxed their brand new Speed Triple S and RS

The most powerful, smartest and best handling Speed Triples... ever

Finally, the big boy has arrived. For 2018, the legendary British manufacturer is spinning a new edition of their iconic Speed Triple motorcycle that has had its glory days starting way back with the ’94 Speed Triple T309. The original ‘factory streetfighter’.

Like old wine in a new bottle, the new Speed Triple is a 24-year-old model. It has already been updated half a dozen times with the last one being in 2016. But with the competition spearing ahead, Triumph decided to refresh the Speed Triple with a few of its latest gimmicks and is giving us the sophisticated hooligans, the ‘2018 Speed Triple S & RS’.

Unveiled at the exclusive factory launch yesterday, the new Speed Triple S & RS are the most powerful, smartest and best-handling Speed Triples... ever.

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Triumph teases the new Speed Triple, again

Triumph teases the new Speed Triple, again

Brings us a second teaser video, just a week before launch

Last week, the legendary British manufacturer teased their brand new project, the Speed Triple. The video features seven-time world champion Carl Fogarty and two time Isle of Man TT winner Gary Johnson trying to prove the “Ultimate Hooligan”.

Triumph has now launched another video showcasing the top sped Speed Triple RS battling it out under the helm of the same two chaps. We get to see more of the new Speed Triple in its highest specification with the Ohlins and Arrow cans while the pair speeds off into a hooligan lap of an abandoned airfield.

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Could this be the new Speed Triple?

Could this be the new Speed Triple?

A new video from Triumph suggests the new model to come as 2018 model

Gone are the days when the word “Triumph” gave us the sexy vintage feels. Now, the brand has evolved big time into making machines that still keeps the sexiness alive but has turned into a whole new stigma. You’ll know what I mean when you see the Bonneville Bobbers’, the Tigers’, Speedmasters’ and the Street Triples’.

They are the new breadwinners and are so good that they are minting money for the iconic British brand. Their Bonneville range is selling as fast as they can make them and the Street Triples have become favorites for naked lovers.

Adding to the list will be the all-new Speed Triple naked roadster. The “Hooligan” of bikes. Triumph just teased the bike in a new video that gives us a launch date of January 29th.

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2016 Triumph Speed Triple S / Speed Triple R

2016 Triumph Speed Triple S / Speed Triple R

When I hear the name “Triumph,” my mind immediately goes to the old classic styles, or the new bikes made to look like the old classic style, and always within cruiser/standard bracket.

Given the long history of cruiser and Western-style performance bikes, it’s easy to forget that Trumpet has been making performance streetfighters in more of an Italian or Japanese style in the form of its Speed Triple family. The name is a reference to the old Speed Twin, and the Triple family tree has grown through a few branches to bring us to the almost all-new-for-2016 Speed Triple S and Speed Triple R.

As more and more Western riders — Americans specifically — become more aware and covetous of performance road machines from someone other than the Big Four in Japan, I expect this family will make a suitable candidate if your short list includes some of the streetfighters from Beemer, MV Agusta, KTM, Ducati and the like. Join me while I check out the new stuff Trumpet has in store for us this year.

Continue reading for my review of the Triumph Speed Triple S and Speed Triple R.

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2014 Triumph Speed Triple R ABS

2014 Triumph Speed Triple R ABS

The Triumph Speed Triple R raises the performance bar even higher than the base Speed Triple model, featuring a series of modifications which make it one of the most agile Triumphs ever made. The bike is fitted with first class components signed by famous brands such as Ohlins, Pirelli or Brembo. Moreover, the Triumph Speed Triple R also comes with a fly screen, a belly pan, a seat cowl and Diablo Red radiator shrouds.

The motorcycle’s center piece is a 1050cc, liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder engine which generates a maximum power of 135PS at 9400 rpm and 111NM of torque at 7750 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a six speed transmission which returns an average fuel consumption of 50 mpg.

As far as prices are concerned, the Triumph Speed Triple R ABS can be yours for no less than $14,699.

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2014 Triumph Speed Triple

2014 Triumph Speed Triple

Triumph has revealed the 2014 Speed Triple along with its R version. The motorcycle received a series of small upgrades, but don’t expect to any big changes as most of them aimed the style department.

At the heart of the bike lies a 675 cc, liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder that delivers a maximum output of 105 bhp at 11850 rpm and 68 Nm of torque at 9750 rpm. The engine needs to deal with a wet weight of 183 kg and is fueled by a 17.4 litres.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Triumph Speed triple is equipped with Kayaba 41mm upside down forks with adjustable preload, rebound and compression damping and a rear Kayaba monoshock with piggy back reservoir adjustable for rebound and compression damping.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a stiff aluminium beam twin-spar frame.

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2013 Triumph Speed Triple R - Ultimate Performance

2013 Triumph Speed Triple R - Ultimate Performance

The Triumph Speed Triple is one of the most popular sport bikes in Triumph’s lineup and was sold in over 70.000 units since it was launched in 1994. The company decided to raise the bar even higher and launched a sportier version of its iconic model. The new Triumph Speed Triple R is fitted with the best technologies available today, so you can expect to top notch performances.

At the heart of the Triumph Speed Triple R lies a Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder engine with a capacity of 1050cc. The engine is rated at 133bhp / 99 kW @ 9400rpm and 111Nm / 82 ft.lbs of torque @ 7750rpm.

The ride quality is assured by Öhlins suspension which has been developed specifically for the Speed Triple R. Thereby the NIX30 forks, have specific internals to suit the Triumph, as does the TTX36 shock.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Triumph Speed Triple R.

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2013 Triumph Speed Triple

2013 Triumph Speed Triple

Triumph revealed its new Speed Triple. The 2013 model is built on an all new chassis and is offered with a new Nissin ABS system which is available as an option.

Power comes from a strong 1050cc triple engine that has been tweaked to offer 7% more torque than the previous unit. As a result the engine delivers a peak torque of 111 Nm at 7750 rpm, and 133bhp at 9400rpm. Power is sent to the rear wheel by means of a six speed transmission.

Other technical highlights include four-piston Brembo brakes, fully-adjustable 43mm upside down forks and a modern instrument panel that includes lap timer and programmable gear shift light.

Apart from its new chassis and the improved engine the bike has also a fresh design with twin headlights, a single sided swing arm, reshaped exhaust pipes, alloy bars and many aggressive lines.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Triumph Speed Triple.

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2012 Triumph Street Triple R

2012 Triumph Street Triple R

The Triumph Street Triple R already has some impressive credentials to its name, but just like a lot of things in this world, "impressive" isn’t impressive enough if you can help it become even more so.

That’s exactly what Triumph was thinking of with the new Street Triple R. As the hardcore version of the Street Triple, the Street Triple R comes with a host of detailed changes that improve this already outstanding motorcycle. From the fully adjustable, supersport-specification suspension to the premium graphics and color schemes, the 2012 Triumph Street Triple R is an awesome bike every which way you look at it.

Visually, the bike is the personification of mean. The fat alloy Magura handlebars, the stylish two-tone seat unit, the comprehensive instrumentation including a built-in lap timer, programmable gear change lights, clock, and gear indicator, and the large tachometer and digital speedo, all play their part in the whole set-up. The bike also has new style headlights, new mesh headstock infill panels, brushed finishes on the exhaust canisters, and the Triumph branding on the clutch and alternator covers.

In terms of performance, the Street Triple R comes powered by a 675cc liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder engine that produces an impressive 105 horsepower, providing a lively yet composed ride that few bikes in its class can replicate. After all, there’s a reason why the Street Triple R was once the recipient of numerous accolades, including “Bike of the Year” awards from Bike magazine in the UK and Moto Navi of Japan.

Simply put, this bike is a chrome menace on two wheels.

Find out more about the Triumph Street Triple R after the jump.

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2012 Triumph Speed Triple

2012 Triumph Speed Triple

Triumph’s most iconic model, the Speed Triple, delivers a new level of handling and composure to the super naked class, something that isn’t all that surprising, especially since we’re dealing with a Triumph.

With the sharpest and most aggressive look yet from a Speed Triple - and more power from the legendary 1050cc triple - the latest Speed Triple builds on a legacy that has seen over 70,000 Speed Triples sold since the model was first introduced in the market back in 1994.

At only 471 lbs. fully fueled, the latest Speed Triple is over six lbs. lighter than the previous model. The front and rear wheels are each two lbs. lighter, while the narrower frame and improved packaging allows for increased ground clearance, making the machine feel incredibly light and nimble. Adding to the superb handling and performance characteristics of the bike are new 43mm forks that offer excellent control and plushness and are fully adjustable for preload, rebound, and compression damping on both legs. Brembo radial caliper brakes grip 320mm rotors, with the option of Triumph’s anti-lock braking system, are also available to the rider.

As far as the design of the bike goes, the aggressive body panels and heavily sculpted seat accentuate the Speed Triple’s street fighting stance and complement the twin headlights. Color-coded radiator cowls are a new feature and sport stylish Speed Triple decals. Three color options are available - Crystal White, Phantom Black and Diablo Red - with color-coded flyscreen, seat cowl, and belly pan as genuine Triumph accessories.

Find out more about the Triumph Speed Triple after the jump.

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Video: Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle 2

Video: Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle 2

Icon original video is back with the part two of their amazing Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle video. In this video Nick ’Apex’ Brocha is back and this time he is next to his Empire teammate, Ernie Vigil. The two are riding some of the most amazing bikes in the world: a pair of crackling Triumph Speed Triples - built by Roaring Toyz for the sole purpose of going sideways.

The video has been shot on the the rolling hills of High Plains County that seems to be the ultimate drifting playground: low traffic, perfect asphalt and endless twisties have kept them busy resurfacing roads with their rear tires for weeks.

And as they were "bad boys" local police was on their way. Police officer Dan Brockett, the only man with the muscle to keep these two in sight is driving a 550 HP Ford Mustang Cobra built for speed.

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2011 Triumph Speed Triple "Impoz Speed Racer"

2011 Triumph Speed Triple "Impoz Speed Racer"

Very often are we floored by a custom bike that takes the original model and turns it into something that’s better than what we expected. Yet that’s what 27-year-old Benjamin Blanchard was able to accomplish.

The French graphic designer took a Triumph Speed Triple bike and injected some straight up attitude into it. Already sporting a powerful 1,050cc DOHC three-cylinder, fuel injected engine, Blanchard went out of his way to re-model the bike to his liking. Carbon fiber was used on the bodywork of the bike, with incredible detail put on a lot of its parts.

The prevalent use of carbon fiber on the bike drastically reduced its weight, making it lighter and faster than any of the standard Speed Triple’s out there. The light weight of the bike, combined with its powerful engine, has turned an already impressive Speed Triple into the Impoz Speed Racer.

It takes a really impressive presence to catch our attention. Benjamin Blanchard managed to achieve that - and more.

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Triumph Speed Triple by Schneider

Triumph Speed Triple by Schneider

Take a look at this bike and you’ll most likely have troubles recognizing it as being a Triumph Speed Triple (at least we did), much less uncover the special features that made the transformation into custom possible. The bike was customized by Austrian Triumph specialist Julian Schneider for his own use on the twisties of the Austrian Alps.

Schneider, who is actually a fan of New Zealand motorcycle racer and land speed record holder Burt Munro, has actually called his bike the Burt Munro Edition. Although it won’t set any records as it is powered by the original engine, which only got some intake modifications and a Supertrapp exhaust, this Triumph should now handle and feel much sweeter considering the great number of aftermarket parts. It features full Ohlins suspensions and a steering damper, Marchesini magnesium wheels and a Beringer brake system. Also, the LSL bars, footrests and headlight as well as the Magura brake and clutch controls together with the several other Rizoma parts contribute at turning this into a completely different ride.

Overall, the bike looks like a modern café racer and the red/black with gold stripes and rims looks just striking.

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2010 Triumph Speed Triple SE unveils new logo

2010 Triumph Speed Triple SE unveils new logo

2010 Triumph Speed Triple SE

This might look like a subtle way to modify the Triumph Speed Triple, but it is actually a production special edition model that the British motorcycle company created and on which a new logo is being introduced. The bike will go on sale in Italy this summer and while technically it is unchanged from the standard Speed Triple, visually it is a whole different story. To begin with, the matte olive drab color gives it that serious appearance and another thing you’ll notice is the different "Triumph" and "Speed Triple" lettering.

This means Triumph gets rid of their traditional logo with the swoopy R in the subtle attempt to approach things in a more modern way and this particular Speed Triple SE shows precisely this. The bike now still looks aggressive and powerful but quite honestly we thing Triumph did just what they thought a customer would ask his tuner to turn his Speed Triple into (visually, of course) and we like it…a lot.

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2010 Triumph Speed Triple

2010 Triumph Speed Triple

Triumph is aware of the fact that it just isn’t enough to be part of the world’s motorcycle history so they reinvent themselves creating and then carrying on manufacturing unique motorcycles such as the Speed Triple. If some of those models end up determining the creation of other ones, which is definitely the case here (just check out the Street Triple), it means there’s great demand in that sector and it is also very likely for that first bike to stick around for more action. The 2010 Triumph Speed Triple does so and with not many changes to set it apart from the previous model year. So let’s see what Triumph is betting it will sell their bike.

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Milan 2009: 2010 Triumph Speed Triple SE

Milan 2009: 2010 Triumph Speed Triple SE

While this Triumph Speed Triple SE might look like a standard model with a racy look achieved with the use of a flyscreen, seat cowl and a red/white stripe or red/black stripe color scheme, we would have to say that this show bike is actually meant to promote Triumph’s partnership with Ohlins.

The British Speed Triples will come with Swedish suspension components in 2010. The modified internals in the forks and shocks offer greater damping capabilities while the rear shock gains a five percent softer rear spring. The changes will reduce fork dive, offer greater suspension control and also stand for more comfortable rides.

Hmm, this is a rather facile way of upgrading an already great roadster and it doesn’t all fall in the hands of Triumph.

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Girls know best: Triumph and calash

Girls know best: Triumph and calash

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.

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Triumph Speed Triple Brown Racer SE

Triumph Speed Triple Brown Racer SE

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.

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Triumph Speed Triple Carbon Fiber Limited Edition

Triumph Speed Triple Carbon Fiber Limited Edition

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.

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Triumph Urban Sports 2009 Promo

Triumph Urban Sports 2009 Promo

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.

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Triumph's Matt Black Speed Triple

Triumph’s Matt Black Speed Triple

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 (...)

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Latest Videos:

Triumph Speed Triple 1050 video

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

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2008 Triumph Speed Triple

2008 Triumph Speed Triple

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.

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MIVV Exhaust for 2007 Triumph Speed Triple

MIVV Exhaust for 2007 Triumph Speed Triple

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 (...)

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Only 50 Special Edition Speed Triple to be made

Only 50 Special Edition Speed Triple to be made

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 (...)

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New shade for Triumph Speed Triple

New shade for Triumph Speed Triple

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.
Since 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 (...)

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Triumph Speed Triple Black Carbon

Triumph Speed Triple Black Carbon

Until 31 December of this year, the "Carbon Kit" version is available for 13.400 euro($17.650) rather than 14.620 euro($19.250).
One great black "Speed" and especially for a convenient price.
The "Black Carbon" kit will be sent separately to the customers at the end of January 2007. Once the promotion expires on 31 December, pieces of the kit (present in the official list Triumph) will be able to be acquired for full price.
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Engine: Liquid-cooled, (...)

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2007 Triumph Speed Triple

2007 Triumph Speed Triple

The Speed Triple mixes a monstrously powerful three-cylinder core with a top quality chassis and aggressive, stripped down stance.

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