The new 2019 Triumph Street Twin now brings a significant step up in power, higher specification equipment and even more rider comfort to the machine which has seen great success since it’s 2016 launch in offering a formidable modern classic.
2019 Triumph Street Twin new features
- Up by 10PS to 65PS, 18% more peak power than before
- Higher revving engine, with a red line now 500rpm higher
- High 80Nm torque output
- New Brembo 4-piston front brake caliper
- New higher-specification cartridge front forks
- Improved rider ergonomics for enhanced riding experience
- Enhanced rider and pillion seat comfort
- New Road and Rain riding modes
- New accessory option TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System)
- New cast aluminium multi-spoke wheels with machined detailing
- New contemporary logo
- New more premium instrument styling
- Improved finish and detailing across the whole bike
- Built to personalise
2019 Triumph Street Twin engine updates
The new 2019 Triumph Street Twin introduces a host of exciting updates, including more power and performance, with the 900cc High Torque Bonneville engine benefitting from a significant upgrade, delivering 10PS more peak power, taking the total up to 65PS, an impressive 18% more than its predecessor.
This upgrade also brings higher revs, up 500rpm to 7500rpm. This, combined with peak torque of 80Nm delivered low down at 3800rpm, and imposing twin upswept silencers, delivers that unmistakeable British Twin soundtrack.
To deliver the higher power and performance, the engine updates include: new magnesium cam cover, new lightweight crankshaft, dead shafts and balance shafts, new mass optimised clutch cover, new lighter clutch.
On top of the engine updates, the new Street Twin retains the high standard of modern engine technology that has contributed to making this the most successful Triumph modern classic.
Ride-by-wire brings enhanced rideability, safety and control, from a single throttle body and is sensitively incorporated with minimal visual impact. Liquid cooling delivers low emissions and fuel efficient riding. High service intervals of 16,000km also reduce the Street Twin’s cost of ownership.
2019 Triumph Street Twin chassis updates
New Brembo 4-piston front brake caliper, featuring premium Brembo branding, provides excellent stopping power, with better bite and feel for greater rider control. New higher spec cartridge front forks, with 120mm travel, deliver a more comfortable ride.
On top of its higher specification equipment, the new Street Twin has improved rider ergonomics with a more comfortable seat-to-foot riding position, enhancing the overall riding experience. Furthermore, a 10mm increase to the seat foam thickness increases both rider and pillion comfort, improving longer distance rideability.
As a result, the new Street Twin delivers an even better ride with dynamic and intuitive handling set-up for an even more confidence-inspiring and engaging riding experience.
2019 Triumph Street Twin new tech
The 2019 Street Twin also features a host of great technology, such as new Road and Rain riding modes, which adjust the throttle map and traction control settings for the optimum riding experience in all conditions. A new TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System) accessory option capability, traction control, which is switchable via the instrument menu.
ABS for enhanced rider confidence, safety and control is joined by a torque-assist clutch bringing a lighter touch and feel to the clutch to make it easier to ride, and ride for longer. An LED rear light is incorporated into the minimal tail set-up and the immobiliser fitted as standard, with transponder incorporated into the key offers maximum security. A USB charging socket located under the seat offers the convenient charging of personal electronic devices.
2019 Triumph Street Twin styling
The Street Twin’s stylish custom character has been enhanced further with even more contemporary details and styling touches. Most noticeable are the new cast aluminium, multi-spoke wheels with machined detailing – a high quality finishing touch.
The new Street Twin logo, featuring on the new side panel, provides a more contemporary
look compared to the previous model. There is also an upgrade to the instrument styling, with a new bezel complete with high value metallic Bonneville embellisher, plus a new dial face with a premium translucent silver finish and more integrated warning lights.
Several other enhanced details across the bike include new brushed aluminium headlight brackets, new premium foil decal tank badge, new seat materials, leather inspired dual-material construction
with tactile feel and durable finish, new machined headlight detailing.
All on top of the Street Twin’s distinctive custom looks and detailing, including contemporary black engine finish, signature ‘Bonneville’ finned head and header clamps, single throttle body with aluminium finisher, twin upswept brushed stainless-steel silencers, compact headlight with Triumph bulb cap badge, sculpted fuel tank, minimal mirrors and stylish indicators.
The new Street Twin is available in three exciting paint schemes Matt Ironstone, Korosi Red, Jet Black.
2019 Triumph Street Twin Specifications
Claimed Power: 65PS/64bhp(48kW)@7500rpm
Claimed Torque: 80Nm@3200rpm
Dry Weight: 198kg
Fuel capacity:12 L
Engine: Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin, 900cc, 84.6 x 80mm bore x stroke, 11.0:1 compression, TC, Ride Modes, RbW, Brushed 2 into 2 exhaust system with twin brushed silencers
Clutch: Wet, multi-plate assist clutch, cable operated
Chassis: Tubular steel twin cradle, Twin-sided swingarm steel fabrication
Suspension: KYB 41mm forks with cartridge damping, 120mm travel, KYB twin shocks with adjustable preload, 120mm rear wheel travel
Brakes: Switchable ABS, single 310mm front rotor, Brembo 4-piston fixed caliper, 255mm rear rotor, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Wheels & Tyres: Cast aluminium alloy multi-spoke 18 x 2.75in, 17 x 4.25in, 100/90-18, 150/70 R17
Seat height: 760mm
Overall width: 785mm
Overall Length: 2090mm
Overall height: 1114mm
Instruments: LCD multi-functional instrument pack with analogue speedometer, engine rpm, odometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, range to empty indication, service indicator, clock, 2x trip, average & current fuel consumption display, traction control status display, TPMS ready & heated grip ready – controlled by a handlebar mounted scroll button.