Triumph just launched the new Street Triple 765. Yes you’re right, 765. The middleweight-Bike now got 90cc more. But there will also be a tamed 660cc version of the Street Triple, that is targeted at the A2-license holders in Europe.
For the normal 765cc-version, there will be 3 different models, the Street Triple S, R and RS. They come with different power settings and some optical differences.
They took the Daytona 675 engine and improvised it, with 80 new parts, which includes the expand of the bore and stroke.
The Street Triple S for example has 113hp, while the R-trim has 118hp and the RS comes with 123 hp. Torque is also increased at 77 Nm. There will be a slip and slipper clutch as well as a quickshifter and the first and second gears are shorter on the new 2017 model.
Brakes and Suspension
For the RS-version, they add a 41mm Showa Fork and at the rear the Öhlins STX40 monoshock unit. Brembo M50’s are also installed with 310mm front discs and 220mm discs at the rear. There is also the possibility to switch off the ABS, but there are also different modes for the ABS, Road-ABS and Track-ABS. Furthermore the RS-model is equipped with Pirelli Supercorsa SP. The S and R are fitted with the Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa.
The 2017 Street Triple comes with Ride-by-Wire that adjuststhrottle response to Rain, Road Sport and Track. Traction control will be also a part of the middleweight naked.
The instrument-cluster is now a modern TFT-display that replaces the previous analog-digital-unit.
With this cluster you can choose between 6 different display styles and you have a new 5-way joystick to control the settings on the screen.
Triumph Street Triple S: 8 900 € (113 hp)
Triumph Street Triple R: 10 300 – 10 500 € (118 hp with some more parts)
Triumph Street Triple RS: 12 000 € (123 hp with Ohlins shocks)
Additional to Street Triple S
Additional to Street Triple R