Dream bike choice Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S.

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Dream bike choice Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S.

Dream bike choice Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S.

Dream bike choice Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S.

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In addition to the rudimentary on-board tools, the new diagnostic connector, standard on all Euro 4 motorcycles, can be found here.

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New, two-part bench: more ergonomic, narrower and more valuable

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Workmanship: previously good, now even better, as the screw connection of the frame rear illustrates. Weld seams and materials also always look valuable.

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Detailed work: cast aluminum instead of sheet steel for the clutch actuation, much finer screws.

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High delay value guaranteed. However, with annoying free travel in the lever.

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Same same, but different: As with the technology, the visual changes are also subtle, but the bottom line is a slimmer, finer bike.

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High recognition value guaranteed. From now on with air inlet above the headlights.

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Triumph T509 from 1997-2004: twin headlights, from 1999 955 cubic meters. Sharp, headstrong fighter.

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Triumph T300B from 1994–1997: the first, a Daytona 855, without fairing. More like a café racer.

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Triumph T1050 from 2005–2015: Initially with 132 HP and round headlights, from 2010 with an insect face.

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Competition: Ducati Monster 1200 with two-cylinder V-engine, 128 hp, weight 215 kg, 0-100 km / h 3.2 seconds, Vmax 250 km / h, consumption 5.0 liters, 13,795 euros.

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Competition: Suzuki GSX-S 1000 with four-cylinder in-line engine, 146 hp, weight 212 kg, 0-100 km / h 3.0 sec, Vmax 240 km / h, consumption 4.5 liters, 11,745 euros.

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Competition: Kawasaki Z 1000 with four-cylinder in-line engine, 142 hp, weight 222 kg, 0-100 km / h 3.2 seconds, Vmax 237 km / h, consumption 5.3 liters, 12,485 euros.

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High readability guaranteed. No changes were necessary to the chic cockpit.

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Order: Everything is nicely tidy under the bench.

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INTERMOT countdown 2016: 2nd

Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S.

Grinded in the right places, the cult of Triumph’s poster roadster Speed ​​Triple goes into the next round. Even the upgraded base model Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S is an active seducer on wheels. Warning: risk of addiction!

It was a small step for the technicians in Hinckley, but a big leap for the motorcycle world: Triumph provided the new Daytona T 595 with a stripped version for the 1997 season. She inherited the 106 hp 885 cubic injection engine with fully adjustable chassis. Everything is garnished with moderately high tubular handlebars, chrome-plated double headlights in the Fliewatüüt look, characteristic profiles of the aluminum bridge frame and distinctive single-sided swing arm. Not classically beautiful, but individual and unmistakable right from the start. Go your own way, go your own way – the Triumph S.peed Triple T 509 brought the later Triumph slogan to life.

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Dream bike choice Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S.

INTERMOT countdown 2016: 2nd
Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S.

Bad surprises when accelerating out? No thanks.

Well, around a decade later, the macho motorcycle was getting a bit old. Other naked bikes passed the standard of this genre. But 160, 170 hp – who needs that? Triumph donated the 2016 thoroughly revised, heavily honed Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S officially 140 hp. As usual, 135 thoroughbred horses gallop off here, more than enough at any time. Now held in check by electronically operated throttle valves (ride-by-wire) and traction control with three different intervention thresholds. Kick and Thrill: Yes, please. Bad surprises when accelerating out? No thanks.

No fewer than five driving modes allow the engine characteristics to be adapted to the driving style and current road conditions. Out of rolling phases, the always impeccable throttle response was now softer, but still nice and direct. Character and drivability shape this excellent country road engine. The high-torque three-cylinder engine shines more than ever with great driveability, due to its beefy and linear, very even power output. Punch that sits. Garnished with a beguiling smoky sound. He gets under the skin, blow drying the cilia. The engine of the Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S growls and roars, sounds hissing and still quiet.

ABS now with more sensitive control behavior

The low-load change engine became more economical and mechanically even smoother in the course of the Euro4 adaptation. Simply smoother! The redesigned cable servo clutch can be pulled smoothly – it now has an anti-hopping function that is welcome when braking hard. The progress made with the revised transmission of the Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S is particularly noticeable: once typically Triumph bony and hard to operate, the gears are now just slipping in. The more compact transition between the driver’s seat, which is 20 millimeters narrower at the front, and the steel tank, which now holds just 15.5 liters and has slimmer sides, works wonders: Legs apart used to be. Now you sit better integrated and more front-wheel oriented. Sporty and gathered, but always comfortable.

The Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S drives precisely, circles around the bends in a neutral manner to inspire confidence. The superbly adherent, super-sporty Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa help here, because the chassis has remained unchanged in its basic features. The 2016 Speed ​​Triple is more manageable, and you only need to do some honest work on the perfectly cranked tube handlebars in fast changing bends. A full 219 kilograms is light enough. Tight, but not uncomfortable, the fully adjustable spring elements absorb furrowed roads. Absolutely real. Radial Brembo stoppers bite hard, crisp and transparent. Now supported by an ABS with more sensitive control behavior. great!

A fighter with dignity and manners

Visually, the Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S appears wirier, more muscular, and more expressive despite careful retouching. The narrower water cooler, streamlined plastic parts and the hip, unfortunately somewhat impractical mirror at the end of the handlebar create a sensual aura. A safety plus are bright, again more rounded multi-reflector headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights. You are now sitting lower, under the standard fly screen with a central air inlet. So there is material for discussion for the many fans.

These are forbidden in terms of price: 12,950 euros completely, 260 euros more than the predecessor, is a fair offer for the many improvements. The top version Speed ​​Triple R costs 14,650 euros. It has elegant Öhlins spring elements, plus fine milled parts such as handlebar brackets and clamps. Either way: Driving Speedy makes you happy! You can feel intuitively why motorcycling is the most sensual of all modes of transport. The best speed triple of all time works great. And remained true to itself: The Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1050 S is a mature personality, a fighter with dignity and manners. This triumph hits a nerve, thunders right out of your soul.

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The Triumph Thruxton 1200 narrowly missed first place in the 2016 dream bike poll.

  1. Triumph Speed ​​Triple S: 22.5%
  2. Triumph Thruxton 1200: 21.7%
  3. Triumph Tiger Explorer XCA: 11.9%
  4. Triumph Bonneville: 9.3%
  5. Triumph Daytona 675: 8.9%
  6. Triumph Street Triple: 8.4%
  7. Triumph Tiger 800: 6.6%
  8. Triumph Street Triple 900: 5.5%
  9. Triumph Daytona 900: 2.4%
  10. Triumph Trophy 1200: 1.7%

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