2013 Triumph Street Triple (R) Preview — Ultimate MotorCycling

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Triumph Street Triple

2013 Triumph Street (R) | Preview

2013 Triumph Triple and Street Triple R

Triumph unveiled the Street in 2007, the new … sportbike out of immediately gained fame both the media and riders the world.

What Triumph did was and effective – it took the street-fighter of its 1050cc Speed Triple, but the engine, chassis and high-revving of the Daytona 675 supersport machine.

The powered motorcycle remained unchanged throughout 2012, but has redesigned the Street Triple for The Triple receives an all-new design for better handling, optimal mass centralization, a savings of up to 13 lbs. switchable ABS as and an engine immobilizer as standard, to a few.

Starting with the chassis, fitted the 2013 Street with a new aluminum beam frame and a two-piece, high-pressure cast rear subframe.

says “not only is the robust and hard-edged, it’s advanced. Engineered to optimize agility and rider enjoyment, the is lighter thanks to fewer and fewer welds in the frame.”

improving, the handling of the revamped Triple is a low-mount exhaust, redistributes the center of gravity, mass centralization.

Triumph the 2013 Speed Triple’s design and optimized mass has also afforded Triumph’s the opportunity to tweak the geometry, the rake to 24.1o and increasing the by 0.5mm to 99.6m. As a package, it up to razor sharp dynamic in a confidence-inspiring package weighing 403 lbs. fully fueled and to ride. This represents a 13 lb. weight reduction over the model.”

Handling suspension duties up is a 41mm, KYB upside down with a monoshock out back. the Street Triple are dual floating disc brakes by Nissin two-piston sliding with a single disc out Further braking security with fully-switchable ABS.

the Street Triple is the liquid-cooled, 675cc three-cylinder engine, is hooked to a close-ratio six-speed The engine produces 105 base and 50 ft. lbs. of torque, and is tuned for strong low-to-mid-range performance and an exhilarating ride that can be by riders of all ages and experience.”

An engine immobilizer arrives as equipment for 2013, with the of adding an accessory Triumph D that can be stored under the

Comprehensive LCD digital instrumentation a built-in lap timer, programmable change lights, fuel clock and gear indicator, as as a large tachometer and digital The unit is also able to front and rear tire when the optional Triumph Pressure Monitoring System is Triumph says.

The base 2013 Street will be available in three Phantom Black, Crystal and striking Caribbean Blue.

Triumph Street Triple R

again, the Triumph Street will also be offered in an R The R version features a 41mm front forks are fully for preload, rebound and compression to give the expert rider to set the motorcycle up for their specific The rear monoshock is an equally item, adjustable for preload and damping.

Switchable state-of-the-art Brakes are standard, allowing the to easily select the preferred to deploy the twin 310mm front discs and powerful Nissin radial calipers, says.

Triumph says: “Altogether the offers a setup that can be to suit track or road while at the same time the security of incredible stopping A revised geometry of 23.4o / completes the picture.”

Regarding the R model features a red rear red pinstripe on the wheels, and a red-detailed shroud featuring the R logo.

The Street Triple R will be in three colors: Phantom Crystal White and Matte

Triumph says the MSRP be released in late October, and the Street Triple should in North American Triumph in January 2013.

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