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Naked Street triple

Discussion in 'Bike Reviews, Questions and Suggestions' at netrider.net.au started by K8, May 30, 2007.

  1. from the R.A.T site
    " After much media speculation, Triumph is pleased to confirm that rumours of the brand new Street Triple are definitely true! Deriving its genes from the iconic Speed Triple streetfighter and the award-winning Triumph Daytona 675 Supersport, the Street Triple is 675cc of pure naked aggression: lightweight, agile, and fantastic fun to ride.

    With an expected MSRP of $7,999 (US)/$9,999,

    (CD) the Street Triple will be the most affordable of all Triumph sports bikes.

    This exciting new motorcycle will initially be available to North American customers through a Priority Reservation Program. Customers who wish to be the first to own one of these new bikes can place an order at any authorized Triumph dealership. Orders will be accepted as of July 1 and the first units will be delivered in October.

    The all new Street Triple will make its first North American appearance at the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix at the Laguna Seca Raceway held July 20-22. The official factory operated website for the Street Triple, www.triumphstreettriple.com, will provide customers with more information on the bike and is scheduled to go live in late June."

    Yummm. Go the triples .
  2. Linky no worky.
  3. which one?
    the link to the forum thread or the link to the trumpy site?
  4. Oops. :) Missed that one so thanks hon. Still , its official now.

    PETE - that link to the street triple site doesn't go live till end of june as it says .

    Apologies to the mods . Assuming the position ......
  5. The link in the Original post is wrong. It has a comma at the end. The proper site is (which the link without the comma in the first post) http://www.triumph.co.uk/streettriple/ which is re-directed from http://www.triumphstreettriple.com/