Triumph Speed Triple could legally drink alcohol if it was an American student. It’s been 21 years since the first streetfighter made in Hinckley arrived on market.
The first Triumph Speed Triple (T309) hit the market in 1994. It was an aggressive roadster with a inline-three cylinder engine. Then, in 1997 it was the time for T509 to appear, a roadster with aluminium frame, single side swinging arm and the two iconic headlights. The next model came out in 2005, and the actual one has an upside down fork, and 134 hp from the same inline-three cylinder engine.
After 21 years of Speed Triple, Triumph reveals Speed 94 and Speed94R. They are basically the same Speed Triples we know, but they had some design tweaks. The special colors are „racing yellow“ and „jet black“, the Speed Triple logo looks just like the older one and every bike has a distinctive anniversary plate.
As for the techspecs, both Speed Triples have the same three cylinder engine which develops around 134 horsepower.
The Speed94R version comes with a fully adjustable Ohlins NIX30 upside down fork, a Ohlins TTX36 rear suspension, monoblock calipers and Pirelli Supercorsa SP Tires.
Both Speed 94 and Speed 94R have about 214 kg weight and 17.5 l tank capacity.
The price: 10.999 £ in UK for Speed 94R and 9.749 £ for Speed 94