And there’s more…
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.