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TRIUMPH Speed Triple Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 30
First production year: 1994
 

2017 - 2021

With stunning new street fighter looks, the highest level of finish ever, the new ‘S’ is lighter than its predecessor with higher specification tyres, Showa suspension and an all-new gullwing swingarm. Add to that its more powerful new 765 cc engine, ride-by-wire throttle.




 

2015 - 2016

With the Speed Triple's 20th anniversary, the Hinckley firm released a special version, the 2016 MY Speed 94. This model features the latest technology in the Speed Triple family, with the proven, 1050cc transverse three cylinder powerplant, and the revised chassis, encased in a bodywork to resemble, as much as possible, the first, 1994 Speed triple. The model is available for purchase ...




 

2014 - 2015

Easily distinguishable from the Speed Triple base model thanks to the bright red rear subframe, the 2015 MY Triumph Speed Triple R has improved features that increase its performance on the track. Sporting the same four-stroke, liquid-cooled, transverse three cylinder lump as the base model, the R-spec has been fitted with Öhlins 43mm NIX30 upside down forks and an Öhlins TTX36 monoshock which g...




 

2014 - 2015

Mean, aggressive, lean and with plenty of grunt! These are the words that spring to mind when you try to describe the 2015 MY Triumph Speed Triple. A transverse three cylinder power plant, mated to a six-speed manual transmission, offers enough power and acceleration to keep the adrenaline pumping for as long as you are behind the bars. A new chassis, introduced in 2011, makes the two-wheele...




 

2013 - 2014

For those who think the Speed Triple is not gritty and aggressive enough, the Brits have launched the 2014 MY Speed Triple R. Easy to distinguish from the base model thanks to its bright red rear subframe, the R-spec from Triumph is more performance oriented and with an edgier look. Sporting race-inspired Öhlins 43mm NIX30 forks and an Öhlins TTX36 monoshocks, the two-wheeler can take on hai...




 

2013 - 2014

For fans of British reliability, in an aggressive, bare, raw package, it doesn't get much better than the 2014 MY Triumph Speed Triple. Consider a 1050cc three-cylinder engine which produces 135 horsepower and 111 Nm of torque pushing a 200 kg naked bike, so you can get the whole streetfighter picture, capable of triggering an adrenaline rush with every twitch of the throttle. Also, Hin...




 

2012 - 2013

Triumph made it easy for everybody to tell and R-spec bike from the base models: the fiery red subframe which is as easily distinguishable as it oozes aggressive sporty design. The 2012 Speed Triple R. Since we're talking racing here, Triumph thought that a new frame with revised engine specs was nowhere near enough. So the 2012 Speed Triple R also boasts race-ready Öhlins suspensions, t...




 

2012 - 2013

Naked, muscular and oozing road terror, the 2012 Triumph Speed Triple is yet another iconic British streetfighter waiting to crown you as the king of the street. The new version was improved and take both performance and rider confidence one step further. The 2012 Speed Triple boasts an all-new chassis with a more comfortable riding position but which is also providing more control over the b...




 

2011 - 2012

Sporting an all-new chassis, the 1050cc 2011 Speed Triple is the latest incarnation of Triumph’s most iconic model. The super naked machine retains the traditional styling cues, but comes with an all-new geometry. Weight distribution, ergonomics, and performance have all been improved. In addition, the 2011 Speed Triple is a whole 3kg lighter than the previous model. This new model looks set...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2010 Speed Triple carries on the street racing heritage of Triumph's fighter line-up, and brings in modern styling cues meant to please the rider and turn heads, too. A minimalist bodywork and a sporty, slender, single-sided swingarm, aggressive and distinctive twin headlights. Triumph revised the geometry and weight distribution for the 2010 Speed Triple, with the battery moved in f...




 

2009 - 2010

With over 35,000 Speed Triples sold since its introduction in 1994, it was only natural that Triumph added the Two Tone Special Edition to the line-up. This limited run brings the first two-tone livery in the model's history, revised engine specs and upgraded suspensions. The rear is 5% softer and both the rear and the forks come with new components for better damping, ensuring less dive...




 

2009 - 2010

The name says pretty much everything about the 2009 Triumph Speed Triple 15th Anniversary Special Edition. We're looking at 15 years of Speed Triple evolution, marked by an exclusive edition, bearing the signature of John Bloor, the company owner, for the first-ever time. All customers also received a special edition watch to match this amazing, sober bike. Alongside the limited edition ...




 

2009 - 2010

If you liked the Street, you'll most likely love the 2009 Speed Triple. This is a liter-class naked machine which is engineered to deliver extreme sensations both on the streets and on the track. A canyon carver par excellence, the Speed Triple is extremely nimble and comes with tremendous, yet predictable power. A true sport bike without the full fairing and fancy liveries, the 2009 Spe...




 

2008 - 2009

To put thing bluntly, the 2008 Triumph Speed Triple is evil. You're looking at a naked liter-class beast, engineered to deliver top-drawer performance and show your rivals who's the boss, no matter if you're racing through the canyons, whizzing by city streets or at the track. This machine was built to deliver, and it need a bold, confident rider to squeeze the last of its 130 hp....




 

2008 - Present

In 2005 the fourth Speed Triple generation was born. The engine was the one used in 1997 but improved a lot, with a displacement of 1050cc which allowed the bike to run with 129 horses. This new Speed Triple, the Sprint ST and the 2007 Triumph Tiger shared the same engine. The 2008 version is a little bit changed.




 

2007 - 2008

Some say the Triumph Speed Triple is the definitive streetfighter. While this matter is yet to be judged upon, there no doubt that this bike brings in a "tough as nails" attitude, with plenty of power and torque on tap, ready to serve the rider and provide tons of adrenaline-filled fun. A true superbike with no fairings, this liter-class beast comes in 2007 with redesigned radiator,...




 

2006 - 2007

The 2006 Speed Triple boasts on Triumph's high-tech engineering and relies on the proven 3-cylinder liter-class engine for an explosive power delivery meant to put a big smile on the face of the experienced rider. One of the iconic streetfighters, the Speed Triple now comes with the second generation of Keihin ECUs, providing quicker starts, better fuel management and cleaner running, for ...




 

2005 - 2006

Powered by the mighty liter-class 3-cylinder engine, the 2005 Speed Triple is one of the elite streetfighters to ride in search of the ultimate thrilling experience. Powerful, extremely agile, compact and loaded with top-notch technology, the Speed Triple might easily be the definitive fighter out there. Compact and with enhanced rider ergonomics, the 2005 Speed Triple can serve as a daily co...




 

2004 - 2005

The 2004 Speed Triple is as evil as it gets: a big, 1050cc triple-cylinder engine with power on tap, and an architecture which allows experienced rider to use pretty much all the bike's nerve on the street. Compact and menacing, this naked bike is all about riding hard and enjoying the time spent on two wheels. 2004 also brings a new chassis, USD forks, radial bakes, a redesigned swingar...




 

2003 - 2004

Welcome to liter-class naked bike fun with the 2003 Speed Triple being the British machine to set the benchmark for its generation. Based on the 3-cylinder engine of the Daytona 955i, this bike is all about commanding attitude, zero-compromise handling and adrenaline rushing down the veins. A bare-necessity bike, the compact design sets it apart from the competition: ergonomics have been upda...




 

2002 - 2003

The Speed Triple is the benchmark for liter-class naked machines as it brings race track-derived performance in a highly-streetable package with killer looks. A classic Triumph powered by a 3-cylinder mill, the 2002 Speed Triple is all about a sporty, compact build with a competitive chassis and powerful, track-derived brakes. A wide range of accessories is available for the tuning enthusiast...




 

2001 - 2004

The 2001 Speed Triple really gets the job done on the street, but the bug-eyed wonder isn't above doing some hot laps at a trackday.It has to be said that the tune a three-cylinder bike like the Speed Triple sings is music to gearhead ears.




 

2001 - 2002

The 2001 Speed Triple is a naked fighter derived straight from the Triumph Daytona 955i flagship. The engine was tuned for higher revs and produces more horsepower than its predecessor. It now comes with a larger airbox, larger intake and smaller exhaust valves, and with increased compression. The mill works with a closed-loop injection system, and the chassis it sits in was also revised for ...




 

2000 - 2001

With a raw, aggressive styling and a powerful 955cc powerplant, the 2001 MY Triumph Speed Triple 955 is a preferred choice among fans of powerful, durable, British-built naked bikes. Capable of producing 110 horsepower and 97 Nm of torque, it is a good choice for weekend outings across the motorway but, just as easily, it can be taken out to the track to get the adrenaline pumping. Borrowing...




 

2000 - 2001

The Speed Triple doesn't need too much introduction: we're talking muscular naked bikes here, powered by a nerve-packed 955cc triple and designed as a wheelie-happy asphalt terror machine. 2000 brings a lot of enhancements, such as the new oil cooler, magnesium covers, programmable mappings, and precise, adjustable Showa suspensions. Definitely not a toy for new riders, the 2000 Spe...




 

1999 - 2000

The Speed Triple is powered by the same engine as the sporty Daytona 955i, and thins means track-worthy performance delivery while the Daytona-derived chassis offers exceptional stability. A bike for more aggressive riding styles, this naked roadster brings superbike performance to the street level and will satisfy even the most demanding of riders. The 1999 model year brings revised graphic...




 

1999 - 2000

Based on the Daytona 955, the 1999 MY Triumph Speed Triple 955 brings sportbike-like performance in a bare-minimum, lighter package, for riders who like their bikes to be more do, less talk. And even so, the 955 still has quite much to show. The chassis and engine have been derived from the Daytona, but the lines and curves of the tank and seat seam to blend perfectly with the frankensteined cha...




 

1998 - 1999

For those riders who prefer British engineering and durability in a sportsbike, but do not want a full-fairing, bulky body, Triumph have launched the 1999MY Speed Triple T509. It sports the same liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 885cc, transverse three cylinder powerplant as the Daytona T595 flagship sportbike, capable of producing 98 horsepower and 85 Nm of torque, and the same, new aluminium chassis...




 

1997 - 1998

The 1998 MY Triumph Speed Triple T509 has been frankensteined from the flagship Daytona superbike, "borrowing" its engine and chassis, which is not necessarily a bad thing. The increased power of the engine, as compared to previous reincarnations, and a new, aluminium chassis mean a more fun-to-ride bike, whether on a bendy, mountain road or a track Sunday. With a simple, minimalist...




 

1994 - 1996

This is the bike that made Triumphs desirable and edgy once more whilst still keeping the solid build quality and modular engine concept. Some European markets received the Speed Triple with a 750cc engine, but the majority all used the 900cc.