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2007 2012 Tri­umph Street Triple

Tri­umph took a de­tuned ver­sion of their Day­tona 675 triple, lost the fair­ings and fit­ted wide bars to cre­ate one of the best bikes ever made. Round twin head­lamps make it look like the larger Speed Triple, but the dou­ble-sided swingarm gives the game away. 675cc – 189kg – 107bhp – £2000-£4000

2009 2012 Tri­umph Street Triple R

Shar­ing the same en­gine and chas­sis as the stan­dard model, the Street Triple R has fully ad­justable Kayaba sus­pen­sion at both ends, which gives the bike a slightly taller ride height and increased rake. Brakes are also up­graded to Nissin ra­dial calipers. 675cc – 189kg – 107bhp – £4000-£5000

20132016 Tri­umph Street Triple

Ben­e­fit­ing from Tri­umph’s com­plete re­design of the Day­tona 675 in 2013, the Street gains light­ness and more agility. An­gu­lar head­lamps, low-slung ex­haust, larger turn­ing cir­cle and op­tional ABS. Also avail­able as an R model and in 2015 sportier-styled RX. 675cc – 183kg – 107bhp – £4500-£7500

2017-cur­rent Tri­umph Street Triple 765 RS

Heav­ily up­dated model fea­tur­ing a re­vised chas­sis, all-new 765cc mo­tor and ad­vanced elec­tron­ics. Avail­able in three dif­fer­ent specs: 121bhp RS with Showa/öh­lins sus­pen­sion, Brembo brakes and quick­shifter; 116bhp ‘R’ model; 111bhp ‘S’ with 111bhp and ba­sic brakes. 765cc – 181kg – 121bhp – £7911-£9990

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