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Triumph Sprint GT

Five years after the of the popular Triumph Sprint ST comes a new model from the marque pushing a much level of practicality: the Triumph GT.

Performance is taken care of by an version of Triumph’s 1050cc First introduced in the 2005 ST, the latest incarnation of the triple has updated to deliver increased torque and usability. There’s a 130hp at 9200rpm on hand, development focused on power in the mid-range rather than peak power.

Peak is now 108Nm, delivered 1200rpm in the rev range.

The GT has a 20lt fuel which Triumph claims be good for 320km-plus between For open road use, a gear which is seven per taller than the ST should things out in that regard.

The Spring GT also has 31lt ABS as standard, underseat storage, and an top box capable of housing two full-sized and offering a 12-volt power to allow ‘on the go’ of electrical items such as and mobile phones.

Compared to the sporting ST, the GT is all new from behind the tank, while up front it a number of updates to create a new with a different attitude and for both rider and pillion.

The GT features better performing headlights, and a new internal mounting for the mirrors has been introduced to a clearer view at speed, the cockpit itself has been to give a sharper and more look.

In the cockpit, riders find a comprehensive three-dial panel with an analogue and tachometer, while the third hosts the readout for the onboard where the rider can scroll fuel consumption, range-to-empty, time, average speed and functions.

Further major can be found at the rear of the bike. The underseat exhaust has been by a traditional side-mounted system, the new triangular section silencer under the right-side pannier to up enough underseat storage

The GT has a lower seat and footpegs to the Sprint ST, while the built-in rack comes with handles as standard.

A new rear is 1kg lighter than the visually item on the ST, and both front and wheels are shod with dual compound BT021

The GT’s longer single-sided creates a 1537mm wheelbase to 1457mm of the Sprint ST), the twin-spar aluminium beam is carried over from the ST. The 43mm forks have updated internals for improved and damping, and the rest of the chassis is

Triumph Sprint GT

Rear wheel mass has reduced by 1kg for less unsprung while the tyres are Bridgestone dual compound items.

The new system lowers the centre of when compared to the ST’s system, and the new subframe creates a practical rear end and the only panels carried over the sporting ST are the fuel tank and lowers. The Sprint GT also a newly designed centre for improved ease of operation.

Up twin 320mm floating are grabbed by four-piston calipers a single 255mm disc at the Triumph’s ABS system, an option on the 1050 and Sprint ST, has been and is standard fitment on the Sprint GT.

Brakes have been with lighter discs, rigidly mounted for greater and a new brake pad formulation which is to provide greater feel and 10 per cent increase in braking

Accessory options include a 55lt ‘powered’ top box, has a built-in 12-volt power that allows the recharging of items such as mobile and notebook computers while on the go. built-in electrical contact the top box requires no electrical wiring by the for true ‘plug and play’

The top box is also colour coded and by the ignition key, and is available an optional inner liner.

accessories include heated grips, a taller aero a gel comfort seat and magnetic bags which can increase the GT’s luggage capacity by a 30lt. The Triumph Sprint GT be available in two colour options: Silver or Pacific Blue.

Triumph Sprint GT
Triumph Sprint GT
Triumph Sprint GT

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