Triumph has launched in Europe the 2023 model of the Street Triple R and Street Triple RS, its 765cc triple engine ‘naked’ sport bikes, which arrive with more power and new technologies to dominate on the streets and on the track.
In addition, a limited and exclusive version was launched, the Street Triple 765 Moto2 Edition, which has the highest specification of the line and will have only 765 units produced in each of the two available color options.
One of the main improvements in the new model was the increase in power of the triple engine. Now, the 2023 Street Triple R has up to 120 hp of maximum power. The Street Triple RS and Street Triple 765 Moto2 Edition extract up to 130 hp from the high-tech unit. All versions also have a higher torque, up to 80 Nm (8.1 kgfm).
Finally, the models gained new technologies and visual updates, including new colors and graphics, and even carbon fiber fairings, on the 765 Moto2 Edition.
The entire 2023 Street Triple line has gained a more aggressive look that conveys a lot of sportiness with new sharp lines and defined angles. It has dual LED headlights, as well as LED daytime running lights, creating an intimidating look (with a distinctive shape on the RS and Moto2 Edition).
The 2023 model features a new 15-litre fuel tank that has integrated side panels and an angled design that aligns with the radiator fairings, finished off by a new headlight finish that also incorporates an air intake.
In addition, the new bikes feature a new muffler shape that adds to the Street Triple’s aggressive stance, as well as accentuating the typical Triumph triple engine sound.
The 2023 Street Triple R is available in two color options: Silver Ice and Crystal White. The 2023 Street Triple RS has three options: Silver Ice, Carnival Red and Cosmic Yellow. Finally, the Street Triple 765 Moto2 Edition has two color options: Triumph Racing Yellow and Crystal White.
Engine, gearbox and chassis
The 2023 Street Triple R has a 3-cylinder, 765 cm³, 12-valve, DOHC, liquid-cooled engine, capable of generating up to 120 hp (88.3 kW) of maximum power at 11,500 rpm, and 80 Nm (8.1 kgfm). ) of torque at 9,500 rpm.
With more power, the 2023 Street Triple RS and the Moto2 Edition version have a 3-cylinder, 765 cm³, 12-valve, DOHC, liquid-cooled engine, capable of generating up to 130 hp (95.6 kW) of maximum power at 12,000 rpm, and 80 Nm (8.1 kgfm) of torque at 9,500 rpm.
In addition, all models feature a 6-speed gearbox with Triumph’s Quick Shift Assist (quickshifter) up and down, and slipper clutch.
Suspension is high-performance, with fully adjustable USD Showa 41mm front forks (on Street Triple R and RS) and Öhlins NIX30 (on Moto2 Edition), with monoshock rear suspension with Öhlins STX40 piggyback reservoir (on Street Triple RS and Moto2 Edition) and Showa (in R version), also fully adjustable.
Finally, in terms of braking, the 2023 Street Triple R has Brembo M4.32 radial four-piston monoblock front calipers. The 2023 Street Triple RS and Moto2 Edition have Brembo Stylema calipers, also 4-piston. The discs are double floating 310mm at the front and a single 220mm at the rear, both with ABS.
The 2023 Street Triple lineup brings improvements and refinements to ABS, traction control and riding modes. All 3 versions feature the latest generation of optimized cornering ABS, a new switchable optimized cornering traction control, and updated riding modes for a more dynamic riding feel.
In addition, the 2023 Street Triple RS and Moto2 Edition feature a 5″ color TFT panel that is adjustable in angle for the perfect view regardless of the rider’s height. The 2023 Street Triple R features a multi-function LCD panel and a small TFT screen for key information.
Finally, in addition to the latest generation of quickshifter, the 2023 Street Triple has an assist and slip clutch and front wheel lift control (wheelie control).
Anyway, for more information, access https://www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk/.