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TRIUMPH Speed Four Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 2002
 

2005 - 2006

One of the last in-line 4 machines manufactured by Triumph, the Speed Four is a high-performance roadster which boasts its ultra-aggressive styling and matches it with equally thrilling performance from the supersport-class 599cc engine. A middleweight naked beast for exceptional fun in the busy urban traffic and even more fun for fast weekend getaways around the city, the Speed Four is a gre...




 

2004 - 2005

The 2004 Speed Four carries on the naked roadster heritage and brings all the brawn of a supersport machine in a more streetable package which is great for daily riders as it is rewarding on the track or for weekend getaways. Exceptional handling and an upright riding position add a lot of usability for this bike, while the uncompromised, straightforward styling is all radical Triumph DNA. Li...




 

2003 - 2004

The 2003 Speed Four is a sweet derivation from the acclaimed Daytona 600 machine, but it rather establishes a class of its own. Most likely it's the radical styling which will make heads turn: naked, agile and utterly aggressive, the Speed Four also comes with exceptional handling and a strong feeling of being in control. With powerful brakes and its lightweight construction, the 2003 Sp...




 

2002 - 2003

An intriguing presence, the 2002 Speed Four is a naked supersport bike with an ultra-aggressive styling meant to boast both performance and the head-turning factor. Powerful and exceptionally maneuverable, the 2002 Speed Four comes with a lightweight chassis and progressive, predictable brakes and fully adjustable suspensions, front and rear. For both track fun and city slicing, the 2002 Spee...