The New Triumph Street Triple 765 Range Explained


The recently launched all-new Street Triple range are the most explosive, agile and intuitive performance street motorcycles Triumph has ever made.

There are 3 distinctive new models designed to suit every rider and style – the Street Triple S, Street Triple R and Street Triple RS. All 3 bikes come with an all-new 765cc engine developed from the celebrated Triumph Daytona and each model comes in a different state of tune to suit the character of the bike. The new Street Triple 765 is also lighter than the previous model, making it the lightest bike in its class. Here we’re going to explain the differences between each model in the line-up. Let’s start with the Street Triple S



The new Triumph Street Triple S is aimed at the rider who wants an addictive, everyday fun bike.

On this model, the engine punches out 113PS at 11,250 rpm (a 6.6% increase on the previous generation Street Triple) and 73Nm torque @9,100rpm (a 7.3% increase on the previous model).

– Ride-by-wire throttle
– Two riding modes: road and rain
– ABS and switchable traction control.
– Showa upside-down 41mm separate function front forks with 110mm travel
– Stepped preload-adjustable piggyback reservoir monoshock rear suspension unit
– Nissin 2-piston sliding calipers on the front
– Brembo single piston sliding caliper on the back.
– Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa tyres
On-board computer displaying speedometer, rev counter, riding mode symbol, gear position display, fuel gauge, odometer, trip meter and journey distance.

Colours available: Diablo Red or Phantom Black (metallic).



Aimed at the rider who wants the ultimate machine for focused road riding.

The new Triumph Street Triple R punches out 118PS at 12,000 rpm (a 11.3% increase on the previous generation) and 77Nm torque @ 9,400rpm (13% up on the previous version).

In addition to the features found on the Street Triple S, the R model adds the following:

– Switchable ABS and traction control.
– New full colour 5” angle adjustable TFT instruments with 3 different screen styles
– New switchgear incorporating a 5 way joystick
– Slip-assist clutch
– Gear position indicator
– LED DRL (daytime running light)
– Four riding modes: Road, Rain, Sport and Rider Programmable.
– 41mm upside-down fully adjustable Showa big piston front forks with 115mm travel
– Showa piggyback reservoir monoshock rear suspension unit.
– Brembo M4.32 4-piston radial monobloc calipers
– Brembo single piston sliding caliper on the back.
On board computer also displays average and instantaneous fuel consumption, range to empty, riding mode selection, display style and contrast settings, service information, coolant temperature, and warning symbol information.

The Street Triple R is also available in a dedicated lower ride height version (Street Triple R LRH) with its own unique suspension and seating set-up.

Colour options: Jet Black (Gloss), Matt Aluminium Silver or Crystal White.



The range-topping Triumph Street Triple RS is the perfect weapon for road or track. Producing 123PS peak power at 11,700 rpm (16% up on the previous generation) and 77Nm torque @10,800rpm the Street Triple RS is the most powerful model in the range.

In addition to the features found on the Street Triple S & R, the RS adds the following:

– Five riding modes: Road, Rain, Sport, Rider Programmable and Track.
– Quickshifter
– Lap Timer
– Showa big piston 41mm front forks, adjustable for preload, rebound and damping
– Öhlins STX40 piggyback reservoir monoshock at the rear
– Brembo M50 4-piston radial monobloc front calipers
– Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tyres
On-board computer has an additional set of three more screen display styles. The second set presenting a more dynamic display theme and includes a lap timer that is exclusive to the ‘RS’.

Colour options: Matt Silver Ice or Phantom Black (Metallic)





For more information on the Triumph Street Triple 765 range, call our sales team on either 01784 420421 (Ashford branch) or 01708 752111 (Romford branch).

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