Triumph Motorcycles has revealed the long-awaited all-new Street Triple range, the much loved naked bike has gone up in capacity from 675cc to 765cc. According to Triumph, the Street Triple range is an 'addictive everyday fun to full track weapon'.
The range includes Street Triple S, Street Triple R, and Street Triple RS, each of them different specifications, technology and suspension -- each with more power than the outgoing model's 105bhp.
The all-new Street Triple S punches out 111bhp, the R churns out 116bhp and the top-of-the-range RS produces 121bhp.
Triumph has increased the new Street Triple range in bore and stroke, the engine has been given 80 new parts including crank, pistons and Nikasil-plated aluminium barrels, improving the low and mid-range torque.
Triumph says while the old Street Triple range was known for its lightness and nimble handling, the new range is even lighter and agile, with a new gullwing swing-arm claimed to improve high-speed stability. The range is lighter by 2kg compared to the old model.
The all-new Street Triple also has new ride-by-wire throttle technology with traction control and riding modes. The Street Triple R and RS get an assist and slipper clutch as well as a full-colour TFT dash and switchgear which includes a ‘five-way joystick' to take advantage of their more advanced electronics.
The new Street Triples get new bodywork and styling, with a sportier twin seat and what Triumph calls it a ‘nose-down' focused attitude. Also, new are the fly-screen, radiator and a new integrated air-intake.
The range-topping Street Triple RS gets five riding modes: Road, Rain, Sport, Track and a rider-programmable mode. It comes with highest-spec suspension: Showa big piston 41mm forks, adjustable for preload, rebound and compression damping, and a Öhlins STX40 piggyback reservoir mono shock.
The all-new Street Triple R gets four riding modes: Road, Rain, Sport and a rider-programmable mode. As for the Street Triple S, it has got two riding modes: Road and Rain.
All the Street Triples have ABS, which can be switched off or adjusted for road and track settings on the R and RS.
The new Street Triples also get new rubber, the S and R models are shod with Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsas while the RS has Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SPs.
As for the specifications of the all-new Street Triple, all of them get the 765cc liquid-cooled 12 valves, DOHC, 3-cylinder engine, but come with different states of tune.
The Street Triple S produces 111bhp and 73Nm of torque, the R churns out 116bhp and 77Nm of torque, while the top-of-the-range RS punches out 121bhp and 77Nm of torque. All the engines of the new Street Triple are paired to a 6-speed gearbox.
Below is the extensive photo gallery of the 2017 Triumph Street Triple. Click to view photos of all Street Triple S, R and the top-of-the-range RS.