2010 Triumph Speed Triple Milan Motorcycle

2010 Triumph Speed Triple Milan Motorcycle

 

Milan Show: Triumph Speed Triple Special

By Andy Downes -

New bikes

 10 November 2009 13:15

Triumph has unveiled this stunning Speed Triple as an extreme example of the naked Speed Triple which can now be specified with Ohlins suspension.

This Speed Triple is a show bike only celebrating a new partnership with suspension masters at Ohlins. The new deal will see Ohlins products available as options on the Daytona 675, Street Triple, Street Triple R, Speed Triple and Tiger.

The Ohlins bike is a show bike illustrating the aftermarket parts available to Triumph customers. It’s clearly a show bike as there is no rear numberplate holder, no indicators and it’s fitted with slicks.

What it does show is a new Arrow exhaust system with a black ceramic coating and carbon end can, PVM wheels, brake discs and calipers, full Ohlins Road and Track forks and shock and a unique paintscheme and texalium bodywork. Texalium is a type of carbon fibre that has an aluminium weave run through it.

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