Triumph's new 765 triple has been hailed for adoption as the Moto2 powerplant from 2019 and now we put the road going Street Triple R 765 to the test. Video by Kris Hodgson

Triumph have massively updated their Street Triple line-up for 2017, with an all new powerplant boasting 765cc capacity, plus a full electronics package with Rider Modes, Traction Control, ABS and more, as well as revised styling, swingarm and suspension…

Full test coming soon!

2017 Triumph Street Triple R 765

2017 Triumph Street Triple R 765

2017 Triumph Street Triple R Tech Talk

For 2017 Triumph have massively updated the Street Triple with a new 765cc triple-cylinder offering with a bore and stroke of 78 x 53.4mm, 12.65:1 compression ratio with Ride-by-Wire, including traction control and customisable Rider Modes.

The new 765cc triple-cylinder offers significant performance gains.

The new 765cc triple-cylinder offers significant performance gains.

Gearbox geometry has also been revised, with shorter first and second gear ratios, while the R (and RS) model features a new slip and assist clutch, for a lighter lever action and smoother engine braking while riding aggressively.

The R model offers 11.3 per cent more power than the outgoing model, with 118PS@12,000rpm and 77Nm of torque at 9400rpm, while the standard S model offers 113PS and the top spec RS delivers 123PS.

2017 Triumph Street Triple R 765

2017 Triumph Street Triple R 765

The Street Triple R and RS also feature new distinctive LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL), all new bodywork, flyscreen, radiator, cowls and new integrated air intake. In addition, the seat has been redesigned and restyled to deliver a sharper, sportier separate twin seat set-up

The 5in TFT colour instrument display found on the R and RS.

The 5in TFT colour instrument display found on the R and RS.

Also featured is an all-new, angle adjustable 5in TFT colour instrument display, allowing riders to access the new on-board computer, with up to three different screen display styles to choose from, pre-set to the riding modes and changeable easily on the move. To navigate the new instruments on the Street Triple R and RS there is all-new switch cubes with an intuitive 5-way joystick control that have been ergonomically optimised.

2017 Triumph Street Triple R 765

2017 Triumph Street Triple R 765

Suspension is 41mm Showa seperate function big-piston forks, with adjustable compression and rebound damping, and preload, while the Showa rear monoshock offers preload, compression and rebound damping. Brakes are Brembo M4.32 four-piston calipers with 310mm floating rotors, while a rear Brembo single-piston caliper is matched to a 220mm fixed rotor. ABS is standard fitment.

 

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A new black powder coated aluminium beam twin spar frame and two-piece high pressure die cast sub-frame, is joined by an all-new gullwing rear swingarm has been specifically designed for the new Street Triple range, resulting in increased longitudinal torsional stiffness, combined with an engineered reduction in lateral stiffness.

2017 Triumph Street Triple R 765

2017 Triumph Street Triple R 765

2017 Triumph Street Triple R Specifications

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Claimed Power: 116bhp(87kW)@12,000rpm
Claimed Torque: 77Nm@9400rpm

Engine: Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder, 765cc, 78 x 53.4mm bore x stroke, 12.65:1 compression ratio, Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI, Electronic throttle control (RbW), stainless steel three-into-one exhaust system low single sided stainless steel silencer, Rider Modes, Traction Control

Clutch: Wet, multi-plate, slip and assist clutch
Gearbox: Six-speed
Final Drive: O-ring chain
Dry Weight: 166kg
Fuel Tank Capacity: 17.4 litres

Frame – Black powder coated aluminium beam twin spar frame, two-piece high pressure die cast sub-frame, twin-sided cast aluminium alloy swingarm

Suspension: Showa 41mm USD separate function big piston forks (SF-BPF), 115mm front wheel travel, adjustable compression damping, rebound damping and preload, Showa piggyback reservoir monoshock, 131mm rear wheel travel. adjustable spring preload (lock-rings), compression damping and rebound damping.

Brakes: Switchable ABS, Twin 310mm front floating discs, Brembo M4.32 four-piston radial monobloc calipers, single 220mm rear fixed disc, Brembo single piston sliding caliper

Wheels & Tyres: Cast wheels, 3.50 x 17in, 5.50 x 17in, 120/70 ZR17, 180/55 ZR17  Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa

DIMENSIONS
Seat Height: 825mm
Height (Without Mirrors): 1085mm
Rake: 23.9 degrees
Trail: 100mm
Length:2065 mm
Wheelbase: 1410 mm

Instruments: 5” full-colour TFT instrument pack

Additional features: LED/DRL headlights, switch cubes with 5-way joystick control, self-cancelling indicators, coloured matched flyscreen, premium seat stitching and vinyls, red rear subframe, wheel pinstripes

 

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