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New Triumph Street Twin Gets Power Boost and Several Feature Updates

New Triumph Street Twin Gets Power Boost and Several Feature Updates

Like its sibling, the Street Scrambler, Triumph's 2019 Street Twin was announced earlier today with an 18% bump in peak horsepower (up to 65 HP), a new Brembo front brake and cartridge forks. According to Triumph, the 2019 model also gets "first-in-class technology" in the form of switchable...

Published on October 3 2018, 16:47
Source: www.motorcycledaily.com

Rumors have swirled for the last few years about all-new Triumph Bonnevilles in development, and recent spy photos captured in Spain confirm the existence of a new Bonneville-family model. The heritage-bike sandbox has gotten crowded lately with the BMW R nineT, Ducati Scrambler, Honda CB1100,... 

Editor Score:83.5% Engine 16.5/20 Suspension/Handling 13.5/15 Transmission/Clutch 8.5/10 Brakes 7.5/10 Instruments/Controls 4.75/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 8.5/10 Appearance/Quality 9.0/10 Desirability 8.0/10 Value 7.25/10 Overall Score 83.5/100 Last year it was the all-new Street Twin and it was... 

The difference between the new Triumph Bonneville Street Twin and the previous Bonneville is only one thing: everything. It has a new engine, new chassis, new instruments, new fly-by-wire throttle, new traction control, new yadda, new razzmatazz, and new glafuncles. But sure, it's hard to see... 

Triumph's Street Scrambler is noted for many things, including somewhat uninspiring engine performance. For 2019, Triumph has announced an 18% increase in horsepower (up from a claimed 55 to 65 HP), as well as several other changes to the model. Among those are an uprated Brembo four-piston... 

Year after year, we gush about liter-plus-sized streetfighters that offer ultra-sport performance with agreeable street ergonomics. Our expert riders love Super Dukes and Tuonos, and also appreciate S1000Rs and Ducati's big Monsters. And yet, even we can agree that machines that pound out 140+... 

A slew of other changes grace the new Street Triples, some of which carry across the model lineup while others are indigenous to only the higher-spec R or RS versions. All three share the same 6-speed gearbox, cast aluminum 5-spoke wheels, 366-pound claimed dry weight, and 55.5-inch wheelbase,... 

After Triumph's complete redesign of the Speed Triple 1200 RS earlier this year, Triumph now comes with the Speed Triple 1200 RR built on the same platform. Although the bikini fairing and single headlight give the new RR a slight, retro flair, this is far from a retro motorcycle. Indeed, the...