Triumph update A2 Street Triple S
Triumph have announced an updated version of their A2-compliant Street Triple S model with tweaks to match the recently released RS.
The Euro5 updated bike uses the same 660cc triple engine found in its predecessor, generating 46.9bhp and 44ftlb of torque in standard form and just shy of 94bhp and 48ftlb of torque once derestricted by a dealer.
Headlights and bodywork have been altered to match the 2020 RS model and there’s new decals and mirrors with increased adjustability. Priced at £7900, there’s no TFT dash like the one found on the top spec bike; in its place you’ll find an LCD unit with analogue tachometer.
The twin front brake calipers and 310mm floating discs are supplied by Nissin and utilise the latest generation of Triumph’s ABS, and you get a single Brembo at the rear.
Suspension comes from Showa, with 41mm separate function forks for 110mm of travel at the front and preload adjustable piggyback shock with 124mm of travel at the rear.
You also get two riding modes, Road and Rain, which adjust throttle response and traction control settings, plus road-focused Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tyres. There’s no word on availability yet but we’ll bring you more as we get it.
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