Previously, Triumph hinted at the new Speed Triple 1200RR, revealing only the name and obscure photos. Today, Triumph released the complete picture.
We saw only the top piece of the fairing at the time, leading us to believe that Triumph may be releasing a fully-faired superbike. It seems that’s not quite the case with only a smaller, bikini-fairing fitted featuring a model-specific single LED headlight. The RR also gains various carbon-fibre bits to lighten the motorcycle and add further style.
The motor remains the same as the Speed Triple RS with three cylinders pushing 177.5hp and 125Nm of torque. It is aided by five rider modes, cornering-ABS, traction control, wheelie control and a both-ways quick-shifter, all controlled via a TFT dash that also hosts connectivity, navigation and GoPro controls.
The seating position is sportier, with the clip-on handlebars sitting 135mm lower and 50mm further forward. Suspension is handling by Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 electronically adjustable, semi-active forks and shock, and is fully adjustable on the fly.
The braking is taken care of by Brembo Stylema callipers twinned with 320mm floating disks. The wheels are fitted with Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP V3 tyres.
The service interval for the new Speed Triple 1200RR is 16,000km or one year. Each bike comes with an extendable two-year, unlimited mileage warranty.
Price and availability are still unknown.