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TRIUMPH Sprint Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 29
First production year: 1993
 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Triumph Sprint GT Special Edition comes standard with the technologies and features every touring two-wheeler should have. Lockable, hard saddlebags, full-fairing bodywork, a touring screen, ABS and the list goes on. These all create a perfect blend of touring DNA to ensure the Sprint GT is suitable for daily use, weekend strolls and full-out transcontinental touring. On the tech/...




 

2013 - 2014

The 2014 MY Triumph Sprint GT Special Edition sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 1050cc transverse three cylinder engine, that produces 128 horsepower and 108 Nm of torque, which translates into more than enough pull, in a wide range of scenarios, without having to downshift. Features like standard ABS, Showa 43mm cartridge forks and a rear monoshock, the comfortable riding position and th...




 

2012 - 2013

If a sporty cruiser is your game, then it's time for the 2012 Sprint GT, Triumph's 1050cc-based touring machine. Built around the successful engine which powers the Tiger, the Sprint GT brings in better aerodynamics and rider protection, alongside comfort-minded ergonomics and solid road worthiness. Perfect as a muscular commuter for all ranges, the sidecases of the 2012 Sprint GT c...




 

2011 - 2014

The 2011 Sprint St is in fact identical with the GT version, only that it retains its three-exit underseat exhaust and lacks luggage. Sportier than the GT, updates of the ST include new reflector-style triple headlight unit, re-designed cockpit, the same 1050cc inline triple engine, but with latest spec ECU for ultra-smooth throttle response. After 2014 the GT was no longer available outside the...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2010 Sprint ST is Triumph's liter-class sport-touring machine, a bike dedicated to those who live for the high-paced rides and value the agility of sport motorcycles but who are equally seduced by the comfort tourers come with. With a sporty riding stance but plush, generous seating, the 2010 Sprint ST also comes with great aerodynamics which mix rider protection and streamlined desi...




 

2010 - 2011

New for the 2011 model year, the Triumph Sprint GT combines sporting ability with touring practicality. Key features of this model include up to 117 litres of hard luggage capacity, a 200+ mile fuel range, on-the-fly electrical charging and anti-lock brakes as standard. The Sprint GT’s high specification also includes an onboard computer as part of the three-dial cockpit layout, featuring a cloc...




 

2009 - 2010

Want to know how does it feel to ride a sporty liter-class Triumph in all the comfort a touring bikes normally provides? Hop aboard the 2009 Sprint ST and choose your destination. You can opt in for a highway-only route and enjoy the effortless high-speed ride, or you can choose twisting roads through the mountains and be surprised how handling and power shake hands to put a big smile on your fa...




 

2009 - 2010

When the GT suffix enters the game, all riders know they're in for quite a treat, and the 2010 Triumph Sprint GT is no exception. If you're looking for a bike to bring in the steetability of a sport liter-class machine but are not willing to make too many compromises on the riding comfort side, this may be the ultimate bike. The 2010 Sprint GT is even more touring than its ST sibling, ...




 

2008 - 2009

A sporty bike by nature, the 2008 Triumph Sprint ST proudly shows off its DNA, with a single-sided swingarm, twin floating front rotors with 4-pot calipers, and a retuned version of the 1050cc triple-cylinder mill. A tourer by popular demand, this bike got a new chassis with excellent ergonomics and plenty of bodywork to shield the rider from the elements. The bike comes standard with generou...




 

2007 - 2008

The 2007 Sprint ST is a great bike for those who are looking for all the passing power which comes with liter-class engines and the reassuring nerve associated with sporty engines and transmissions, but who would rather they traveled comfortable across long distances. So if sport-touring is the name of the game, the 2007 Triumph Sprint ST is showing you how it's played. Powered by the b...




 

2006 - 2007

Seeing a 2006 Sprint ST without its sidecases tells the sporty story of this bike. Watching it pass by, two-up and loaded with gear tells the other half: a bike made to eat miles by the hundred, a nimble and comfortable touring beast. Mixing the two results in a nifty machine which can be used for both daily commuting and canyon carving, on one hand, and for serious touring with a passenger and...




 

2005 - 2006

The 2005 Sprint ST blends in the proven sporty character of Triumph's liter class road bikes with the comfort and convenience of the touring machines. The result is a very nimble machine which can be used as a daily commuter, weekend getaway, or vacation vehicle, as well. Powerful and predictable, with light handling at any speed and with a compact build, the 2005 Sprint ST is great for ...




 

2004 - 2005

A sport-touring benchmark, the 2004 Triumph Sprint ST gets a 1050cc displacement, together with multiple chassis revisions, a redesigned swingarm, 5-spoke cast wheels, new instruments and underseat exhausts. The bike blends in the in-you-face nature of a liter-class sports machine with the long-range comfort ergonomics and intuitive, precise handling. Compact and very nimble, the Sprint ST ca...




 

2003 - 2004

The 2003 Triumph Sprint ST brings true all-rounder character to the real world: a sport bike-natured machine, endowed with comfort-focused ergonomics and able to provide consistent riding pleasure even during long trips. The liter-class 3-cylinder engine provides plenty of passing power, even when riding with a passenger and luggage. The exhaust has a 2-position design, with the lower one per...




 

2002 - 2004

The engine changes offer even more of the long-legged performance the Sprint ST is renowned for. The new 120 hp (89.5 Kw) powerplant is identical to the new 955cc three-cylinder engine fitted to the new Speed Triple and Sprint RS. Employing highpressure die-cast crankcases for both strength and lightness, the DOHC 12-valve liquid-cooled engine’s new cylinder head utilizes 1mm larger inlet valves...




 

2002 - 2003

A more touring-focused version of the RS moved, the 2002 Sprint ST packs together the nerve of a liter-class road bike and the comfort and usability a tourer needs. With revised ergonomics and responsive handling, the Sprint ST also comes with a two-position exhaust mount. It can be lowered to accommodate larger sidecases and saddlebags, or fixed in the higher position to allow extra clearanc...




 

2002 - 2003

A sporty nature and enhanced rider comfort are the main things about the 2002 Triumph Sprint RS. The in-line 3 mill delivers plenty of power through the entire rpm range and makes this bike as enjoyable in the city as it is during longer hauls on the open roads. The half-fairing design provides better weather protection while maintaining the aggressive stance of the machine. Great for a track...




 

2001 - 2002

The 2001 Sprint ST shares the engine which moves the same model year Sprint RS and the Speed Triple, and this means plenty of power and torque even from the mid-range rpm. This machine is a sport-tourer par excellence, but with its sidecases coming off in seconds, it can be used as a daily commuter, too. With good weather protection and plenty of real estate for two, the 2001 Sprint ST is the...




 

2001 - 2002

The 2001 Triumph Sprint RS is a beast developed on the track, and refined on the street, a machine that's equally capable to deliver racing adrenaline and a rewarding on-road experience. Powered by the same mill which gets the Speed Triple going, the Sprint RS sports a half-fairing design which mixes weather protection and aggressive looks. New for 2001 is the second-generation EFI engi...




 

2000 - 2001

The Sprint ST is a sport bike with touring-oriented ergonomics and this brings better comfort to the game. The triple engine is the same one powering the same model year Sprint RS and the Speed Triple, and offers excellent brawn for pretty much any scenario. From city errands to fast rides on winding countryside roads or high-speed highway hauls loaded with luggage and a pillion, the 2000 Spr...




 

2000 - 2001

The 2000 Sprint RS is a half-faired sport bike with excellent streetability and great handling. Powered by the same brawny injected triple engine which hums inside the Sprint ST and Speed Triple, the Sprint RS delivers well above 100 hp and comes with plenty of torque for great cornering and city slicing nerve. And if you feel that you could share the sizzling riding experience with a passeng...




 

1999 - 2000

The Sprint 955 has the motor based on the Daytona's 12-valve liquid-cooled unit, tuned for an even broader spread of midrange torque while still producing a maximum of 110PS (108bhp). The fuel-injected power plant gives the Speed Triple brutal acceleration from almost any engine speed, plus the ability to be ridden effortlessly with minimal use of the smooth-shifting six-speed gearbox.




 

1999 - 2000

The 1999 Triumph Sprint RS is powered by a revised version of the Daytona engine. It now comes with steel cylinder liners, as opposed to the coated aluminium ones of the Daytona. The pistons have also been upgraded to match the cylinders, while the new camshafts have new lift and timing for more midrange nerve. And of course, the ECU was reprogrammed to match all the changes the 1999 Sprint R...




 

1999 - 2000

When track-inspired behavior must be blended with road worthiness, bikes like the 1999 Sprint ST are being born. Triumph understood the desires of those customers who have been looking for a bike with great track efficiency and which could still be ridden on a daily basis. The Sprint ST delivers the sharp steering and excellent mid-turn nerve, AND the refined ergonomics which make an 8-hour t...




 

1998 - 1999

The Triumph Sprint 900, one of the most successful models from the Hinckley firm in sales numbers as of yet, has been reinvented in the 1999 MY Sprint 900 Exclusive, which comes in two new colors, dark blue and red, and also with standard hard saddlebags, for those riders who take all their vacations behind the bars. On the tech/engine side, it sports the same four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 885c...




 

1996 - 1997

When it comes to Triumph 900cc road motorcycles, one might think that he has a choice only between the naked Trident or the full-faired touring Daytona. Well, not anymore, because the Brits introduced the 1997 MY Sprint 900, which, in accordance with the modular design concept of Hinckley, shares the same engine and chassis with the aforementioned two models, but is more lightweight than the Day...




 

1995 - 1996

The 1996 MY Triumph Sprint 900 follows the Hinckley modular design, meaning it shares its engine and chassis with other models, such as the Trident 900 and the Daytona 900. But that is where the similarities end. The bodywork still allows the engine to seen in its full splendour, whereas the Brits added half-fairings to not only increase rider comfort, but also performance, the bike being more a...




 

1994 - 1995

For riders who want sportbike-like performance, on a lightweight bike, yet still be protected from the elements, the 1995 MY Triumph Sprint 900 is a choice to take into serious consideration. The powerplant on this half-fairing bike can produce almost 100 horsepower and 78 Nm of torque, which is more than enough for a fun, highway run. The chassis, the same as all the other 900cc Triumph models,...




 

1993 - 1994

The 1994 MY Triumph Sprint 900 is a cross between the naked Trident 900 and the fully-faired Trophy. Designed especially for fast motorway speeds, its half-fairing not only takes the grunt of the elements off the rider, it also helps with performance, being more aerodynamic than the Trident. The two-wheeler sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 885cc, transverse three cylinder that produces 99...