Milan Show: 2010 Triumph Speed Triple SE

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The Triumph Speed Triple SE gets more than just a cool paint job with uprated suspension, flyscreen and seat cowl and retains the 128bhp three-cylinder 1050 motor common to all Speed Triples.

The suspension changes will be introduced on all Speed Triples in 2010 as the bike enters what is thought to be the final year before a new model is scheduled to replace it.

It may be heading into its fifth year of production but it remains a great-looking bike with the performance to match. The suspension changes include modified internals in the forks and shock to improve the damping.

Combined with a five per cent softer rear spring, Triumph claim a better ride and reduced fork dive under braking.

The bike will be available in March.

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Triumph | Speed Triple | Motorcycle interest

Andy Downes

By Andy Downes

Former MCN Senior Reporter