Triumph’s most successful custom classic
The Triumph Street Twin is a large displacement motorcycle (900 cm³) produced by the English motorcycle manufacturer Triumph since 2016.
The Street Twin was unveiled on October 28, 2015 after four years of design and development, being assembled in Chonburi, Thailand.
The bike mounts a two-cylinder in-line engine with a displacement of 900 cm³, four-stroke equipped with a liquid cooling system, powered by a multipoint electronic injection system, which produces a maximum power of 55 HP at 5900 rpm and delivers a torque of 80 Nm at 3230 rpm, which is managed by a 5-speed gearbox with front engagement.
Built on a steel frame, it mounts a 41 mm telescopic fork protected by bellows at the front and a double-sided swingarm at the rear. The Nissin braking system consists of a single 310 mm disc system with two-piston floating caliper at the front, while at the rear a single 255 mm disc always with a two-piston floating caliper; both have ABS as standard.
In October 2018 at Intermot, an updated version was presented both in terms of chassis and mechanics: the engine received an update that increased its power, going from 55 to 65 HP.