2011 Speed Triple 1050. The last of the pre-facelift, one for the purists. New MoT, July 2021. I've owned the bike for over 12 months and loved every single minute. Fantastic clean example. Covered 24k and will continue to rise until sold. Serviced twice in my ownership, once upon receipt at Stoke Triumph (even though it was serviced before I bough it), and then again before winter when it had new chain, sprocket and tyres. Running with aftermarket MIVV tailpipe which sounds absolutely fantastic, the rest of the system is arrow as it used to have a low boy on. Previous owner sold it, god only knows why they're like hens teeth now. Obviously didnt appreciate what he had. Tyres are barely worn in, plenty of life left in them. Body work is in fantastic condition. Lovely extras including genuine Triumph bar end mirrors, and colour coded belly pan. I have brand new R&G paddock stand that I'll throw in too. As painful as it is to do this, I have to get rid as I'm now on 6 points and if I lose my license I'm done as I have a 100mile commute for work. Any questions give me a call or message.Compare insurance quotes
- This bike passed a theft check on Friday, 17 July 2020. The reg number submitted by the seller for this check ended in ...OVS, and the bike details returned by the check were: TRIUMPH, SPEED TRIPLE 1050, first registered: Friday, 18 March 2011, engine size: 1050 cc. Click here for full details on how to validate this check when viewing the bike.
MCN overall review verdict: 2005 was the last time Triumph updated the Speed Triple by giving it the new 1050cc engine. Five years later and Triumph saw fit to update, overhaul and completely transform its biggest selling bike – 65,000 models sold since 1994. For 2011 the Speed Triple got an all-new chassis package, frame and swingarm to turn MCN’s favourite big-bore naked bike into a thoroughly modern big-bore naked bike. Changing the round ‘bug-eyed’ glass and chrome twin headlights for modern plastic items could have gone so badly wrong for Triumph. After all, changing something so iconic can be likened to downgrading the M1 to 45mph maximum speed limit. Thankfully Triumph got the new version spot on.
|Insurance group||14 of 17|
|Annual road tax||£93|
|Annual service cost||£130|
|Max power||133 bhp|
|Max torque||82 ft-lb|
|Top speed||150 mph|
|Average fuel consumption||34 mpg|
|Tank range||132 miles|
|Frame type||Aluminium twin spar|
|Engine type||liquid-cooled 12v DOHC four-stroke in-line triple. Six speed. Fuel injection|
|Fuel capacity||17.5 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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