Triumph Speed Twin

The Triumph Speed Twin by the British brand has broken into the modern classics range as the motorbike bound to settle the perfect balance between performance, style and comfort. A unique bike that receives a great heritage and is almost perfect in every aspect. Maybe something memorable and unrepeatable.

Triumph Speed Twin specs

This bike is being manufactured since 2019 and imported to our country by Triumph Spain. If you want to ride it, you will need the A License, and it is homologated for 2 people. Its European Emission standards policy is the Euro 4.

Speed Twin Engine: It has the usual 4 stroke engine in bikes of this range, the 1200T twin-cylinder for a maximum power of 97 HP at 6.750 rpm and it is water-cooled.

Shock absorbing system and brakes: The Triumph Speed Twin is equipped with a Kabaya telescopic fork with 41 mm of diameter in the front suspension, while in the back we have a double hydraulic shock absorber with a length of 120 mm.

This bike is fitted with Brembo (front) and Nissin (back) disc brakes, with 305 mm and 220 mm of diameter respectively.

Size and range: The bike has 760 mm of width and 1.110 mm of height. The distance between the axes is 1.430 mm and its declared weight is 196 kg. It has a fuel tank of 14 liters and its average fuel consumption is around 5 liters every 100 km.

Triumph Speed Twin Styles

Cafe Racer: The classic style is intended to embellish this bike, due to its unquestionable modern classic condition. The features related to the all-mighty style for Triumph Modern Classics, such an stylish cowl or a belly pan covering the downsides among other fairings could be something to write home about.

Brat Style: A Triumph Speed Twin can also be a great choice for mid-distance trips, and especially for city riding. That is the reason why the bike is highly suitable for a comfy urban style, with low exhausts and a homey handlebar.