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There are two fur­ther fac­tory op­tions. The first is an A2-li­cence ver­sion based on the S model. It looks like the S, but boasts a dif­fer­ent en­gine de­rived from the out­go­ing 675cc triple. With a new bore and stroke of 76 x 48.48mm, it’s 660cc and pro­duces 94bhp, al­low­ing it to meet reg­u­la­tions for re­stric­tion to 47bhp. Sup­plied as a fac­tory model in A2 form, it can be der­e­striced by Tri­umph deal­ers to 94bhp once the rider has a full li­cence. You can buy it from June.

Go low but not slow

For the ver­ti­cally chal­lenged there’s also a Low Ride Height (LRH) ver­sion based on the R model. Rather than re­mov­ing all the seat pad­ding and us­ing a dif­fer­ent link­age on the shock, Tri­umph have gifted this model changes that they claim pre­serve the han­dling traits of the Street, while ac­com­mo­dat­ing shorter legs. Seat height is 780mm on this model.

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