The S version of the new Speed Triple is still a fantastic bike and £2000 cheaper than the RS, you still get 150 PS, TFT screen and lots more, If you have never ridden a Triumph Speed Triple you must call and book a demo, you will be shocked how good they are, check out the configurator and see how you can make this bike your own.
We have a full range of demos available, we also offer flexible finance options HP or PCP at competitive rates with Triumph Finance, Tristar. If you have a part exchange even better as we are looking for pre-owned bikes and we will pay great prices.
Not only is the Triumph 1050cc Triple engine packed with even more power (now peaking at 150PS @ 10,500rpm), but it’s a newly updated triple engine with a fuller and smoother torque curve all the way through the range, so it spins up faster, revs harder for longer, and delivers all the way up to a red line.
NEW PREMIUM ENHANCEMENTS
It’s an addictive ride with iconic nose-down attitude together with superior handling, stylish finishing, a hair-raising soundtrack, and other brand new premium enhancements including a full-colour 5-inch TFT instrument display, optimised cornering ABS and traction control delivered by a new inertial measurement unit.
FOUR RIDING MODES
Easily accessed through the left hand switch cube, choose from four riding modes, Rain, Road, Sport and Rider-configurable. Each altering the throttle map, ABS and traction control settings to suit the conditions or desired riding style.
NEW CRUISE CONTROL
Fitted as standard for the first time on the Speed Triple, cruise control can reduce rider fatigue on long distance journeys and is quickly enabled and disabled via the left hand switch cube for additional convenience.
NEW RESTYLED SILENCERS
Contemporary new black, race-style, freer flowing twin upswept silencers, with a larger bore and a more slender stainless steel end cap, and aluminium heat shield.
EURO 4 Standard: 119 g/km **CO2 and fuel consumption are measured according to regulation 168/2013/EC. Figures on fuel consumption are derived from specific test conditions and are for comparative purposes only. They may not reflect real driving