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TRIUMPH Street Triple Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 26
First production year: 2007
 

2020 - Present

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2017 - Present

The new Street Twin delivers a class defining riding experience through an all new chassis and suspension design delivering refined, modern-day intuitive handling on real roads in the real world. Combining Triumph's signature ride dynamic of neutrality, agility and stability with advanced levels of comfort and control, for an engaging, easy-going and fun riding experience.




 

2017 - Present

The Street Cup is a stunning new addition to the Street Family. Born from the stripped back style of the Street Twin, it delivers a stunning street racer attitude, bringing together the minimal bodywork details and contemporary finishes of the Street Twin, with a host of new urban sports features, such as an authentic bullet seat and removable cafe racer seat cowl.




 

2017 - Present

Introducing the Street Triple S, Street Triple R and Street Triple RS, each with their own unique tailor made level of power, performance, technology a suspension. All backed up by Triumph’s highly regarded capability, confidence and agile control.




 

2017 - Present

In 2007 Triumph launched the game changing original Street Triple, light, fast, fun, agile and stylish. With its thrilling triple engine, aggressive looks a intuitive handling it set the benchmark, redefined the roadster market and went on to become a favorite for passionate Street Triple fans worldwide.




 

2016 - 2017

The RX Black packs a 675cc displacement and its three-cylinder engine produces 106 PS at 11,850 rpm and 68 Nm (50.1 lb-ft) 9,750 rpm, mated to a m transmission. Kayaba supplies the suspensions, and the ABS-equipped braking system uses Nissin front calipers and a Brembo one in the back.




 

2016 - Present

The new Triumph Street Triple RS comes with a new 765 cc triple-cylinder engine, though each gets a different tune which makes for 121 hp (90.4 Kw). Street Triple RS is the most powerful street motorcycle ever built. In addition to the 675cc engine, the Street Triple RS comes equipped with the full electronic package, which includes five travel modes (Road, Rain, Sport, Track and a programmable ...




 

2015 - 2016

My new Triumph Street Triple R delivers the perfect blend of power and performance for focused road riding. Definitely, the Triumph Street Triple R is a more road-friendly set-up than a full-on supersport bike. The most obvious change for the Triumph Street Triple R of recent is its exhaust. With the appearance of street fighters and the highest level of finish of all time, Tripple R is lighter ...




 

2014 - 2015

Sporting the proven 675cc powerplant, like the rest of the models from the Street Triple family, this Special Edition from the Hinckley firm addresses riders who want their bike to perform better, but also scream out in a crowd. Devilish good-looks come as standard in the Triumph Street Triple RX, thanks to visual upgrades such as red rear subframe styling enhancements, courtesy of the award-win...




 

2014 - 2015

Addressing to bolder, seasoned riders, the 2015 MY Triumph Street Triple R is a decent choice for someone in search of a a bike that's suitable for both commuting and track fun. Keeping true to its heritage, the R-spec features the distinctive red rear subframe, R decal on the side and red pinstripes on the blacked-out rims. And, from the 2013 model, the two-wheeler is even more desirabl...




 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Triumph Street Triple received upgrades in both the visual and technical departments. The two-wheeler is capable of both daily commutes and track Sundays, thanks to the three-cylinder engine which has an even power delivery while still managing to pack plenty of punch when twisting the throttle with a heavier hand. The center of gravity has been lowered, thanks to an update to th...




 

2013 - 2014

Keeping true to its tradition, the new 2014 MY Triumph Street Triple R is easily distinguishable from its base sibling, thanks to a bright red rear subframe, distinctive R decal on the radiator shroud, plus elegant red pinstripes on the blacked-out rims. The new Street Triple R comes with better, higher-performance, adjustable suspension which provide a wide range of settings for various rid...




 

2013 - 2014

Suitable for intermediate to seasoned riders alike, the new 2013 embodiment of the Triumph Street Triple is likely to put a smile on the faces of riders in both categories. The slender and agile two-wheeler has received upgrades in just about every department, making it one of the most fun and yet, well-mannered roadsters available for purchase. With a powerplant capable of producing 105 hor...




 

2012 - 2013

Triumph is faithful to their recipe: if it has red accents, then it's an R breed. And the 2012 Street Triple R is no exception to this rule, adding to the naked aggressive attire of the base model and showing off even more road terror. Sporty and versatile, savage but forgiving and suitable for daily riding, the 2012 Street Triple R is Triumph's top-level roadster. With a low-swung ...




 

2012 - 2013

The 2012 iteration of the Street Triple brings a lot of news, from the new chassis to revised design and bodywork, a hike in engine performance and a more balanced weight distribution. Sporty by nature, versatile by design, the 2012 Triumph Street Triple is a naked all-rounder which can serve its master both on the city streets and on the track. Fast and nimble yet forgiving and handling bet...




 

2011 - 2012

The 2011 Triumph Street Triple is showing the world how middleweight naked bikes should look like: slender and compact, but with a very robust build, this bike is a great sporty all-rounder for those who value a swift ride through the town just as much as a fast haul on countryside roads. A different flavor of Triumph's classic triple engine, the 2011 Street Triple is the best selling bi...




 

2011 - 2012

Based on the standard Street Triple, the R version adds fully-adjustable supersport specification suspension and premium graphics and color schemes. The Street Triple R also features the same lightweight five-spoke alloy wheels from the Daytona 675, fat alloy Magura handlebars, a stylish two-tone seat unit and a comprehensive instrumentation. Classic Triumph streetfighter twin headlights a...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2010 Street Triple R is a naked superbike manufactured by Triumph to meet the needs of those in search of an agile and good-looking middleweight machine. While building on the bestselling Street Triple platform, this motorcycle takes things a step further in the performance realm, with fully adjustable, race-ready suspensions, light 5-spoke alloy wheels, and Magura top-drawer controls. T...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2010 Street Triple is Triumph's way to show the world how roadsters should look like. Modern, but retaining undented classic British road racing attire, this bike proudly shows off its naked profile and compact design. Robust and still being comfortable for longer rides, the 2010 Street Triple is a middleweight road master: great as a fun bike for canyon carving and highway hauls, it...




 

2009 - 2010

The 2009 Triumph Street Triple R is a successful mixture between the handling and the road-worthy character of the base Street Triple and the sportier DNA of the Daytona 675. Basically, you'll get a naked bike with great attitude, improved, more aggressive looks. Boasting a mighty factory fighter attire, the Street Triple R is more like a naked Daytona, yet retaining the comfortable ridi...




 

2009 - 2010

The 2009 Triumph Street Triple stands as a milestone in the development of the middleweight naked motorcycles. Sporting all the character and maneuverability of a track-ready supersport machine, the Street Triple is good for 106 hp and it can easily take on any similar bike. With more streetability needed for daily riding, the 2009 Street Triple boasts revised ergonomics making it into a grea...




 

2008 - 2009

An exclusive limited edition Street Triple was created for the lucky riders in the UK: the Street Triple Carbon. It brings forth the acclaimed character of the basic supersport machine, and several race-grade upgrades to make it even better. The seat is a bit taller for a sportier stance, and the bars are tapered aluminium ones from Magura. Race-ready suspensions are also in the game, offerin...




 

2008 - 2009

The 2008 Street Triple R is like the Street Triple, only meaner and harder. The R version comes with better, race-grade suspensions which are now fully adjustable both in the back and the front, providing more settings and delivering better road contact for harder riding on the track. The front calipers are radial 4-pot Nissin units, also derived form the racing program, adding more precise a...




 

2008 - 2009

If a middleweight roadster with tons of attitude is on your "my next bike" list, then the 2008 Street Triple is definitely one ride to be tested. Supple and light, this bike brings in the same uncompromising British DNA in a modern package loaded with high-tech features and being a equally fun machine for daily use and for track weekends. USD forks, the iconic dual headlights; twin ...




 

2008 - 2009

The Daytona’s 675 cc engine is also at the heart of the Street Triple. For the most part the internals are the same except for slightly revised camshafts for greater midrange power




 

2007 - 2008

The all-new Street Triple line up is without doubt the most exciting, dynamic, agile and intuitive performance street bikes we’ve ever made. Whether you’re looking for an addictive everyday ride or a full-on track weapon, with three options, the new Street triple S, R and RS delivers it all. Each come with their own unique tailor made level of power, performance, technology and suspension. All b...