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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Street Triple

Q. Which bike is better between Street Triple or Honda CBR 650 R?
  • Selecting the right bike would depend on several factors such as your budget, features required, brand preference, etc. The Triumph Street Triple R is a fantastic no-nonsense friendly big bike with great performance, phenomenal intuitive handling, and a top-drawer kit. It does skimp on features and looks a bit bland but it seriously knocks it out of the pack in the VFM department. It has great handling characteristics, phenomenal performance, fantastic value-for-money, and sounds beautiful. On the other hand, Honda CBR650R has become pretty expensive. Scores low on price-to-performance doesn’t have a lot of modern features or electronic rider aids. It looks sporty and aggressive, with inline-four smoothness and exhaust note. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and riding comfort. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
Q. Are you sure that street triple s going to launch in August 2021?
  • As of now, there is no official confirmation available about the launch of the S variant of Triumph Street Triple. So, we would suggest you to stay tuned for the updates. You will also get notified as soon as the bike will launch, for this you have to tap on the "Alert me when launched" on our website. You can also check the details here. Triumph Street Triple S.
Q. How?s the pillon seat? Can i get a better pillon seat as an option?
  • Triumph Street Triple offers a comfortable seat for both rider and the pillion. However, the seat may not be as comfortable as an adventure tourer or a cruiser. Moreover, comfort is something that can best judged personally and so we would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized dealer in your city and take a test ride of the bike. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
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Q. Is this street triple comfortable for long rides?
  • To answer your question, bikes like the Street Triple or built for a bit of both, the city and long-distance riding. Seats won't be as plush like you find on a cruiser or an advt-tourer, but you can clock some good saddle time on. Streetfighter allows you the freedom to use your motorcycle in various environments - city, highway, twisties and track.
  • No , not possible. The riding position is same as that of a sports bike. Your wrists will start paining after an hour or so, back will start hurting if you are tucked in , you need to almost sleep on the tank to avoid wind blast at 200+kmph
  • Yes
Q. What is the service interval for the Street Triple RS?
  • The service interval for every triumph bike is the same 10 k kms
  • Every year or 10 k km
Q. Is the ground clearance of 165 mm of the Triumph Street Triple troublesome on the Indian roads?
  • The street triple or street twin and even the Bonnie has a lower ground clearance and based on various forums it would scrape when you hit the speed breakers and with a pillion it is worse. Triumph does not mention.the GC but to what I enquired it should be between 140-150mm. However, the rear shocks can be adjusted for pre-loads and setting it up for a harder position (think level-2 of the pre load) it would circumvent the problem. You will have to careful during the entry to the speed breakers. But then you do not worry about scraping on most speed breakers. Other than ADV/scrambler types most of the SBKs have this issue of low Ground clearance. Once you adjust the preload of twins shocks and take care of slowing down you should be good. You cannot just go over the speed breakers like you do on RE’s or other Indian bikes.
  • The ground clearance of the street triple is a problem. Wider speed breakers are OK, but narrow speed breakers damage the exhaust or the oil sump, which will need replacement.
  • Using Nnja300 for a couple of months now. It has a much lower 140mm clearance. I must say, most bumps are no problem at all, just some poorly made speed bumps need a little care. just walk-roll over the "dangerous" looking bumps and you will be all right. (my hieght/weight is 189cms/87kgs for refernce)
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Triumph Street Triple User Reviews

  • Street Triple
    Transformers bun 

    Unique headlight design just like transformers.Comfortable light weight machine sound feels perfect not too loud nor low.

    Sahil 3 weeks ago
  • Street Triple
    I rode my friend's Street 

    I rode my friend's street triple rs and here's my review: 1)inline 3 sound and characteristics.Made me smile 2)brakes - made me say wow3)fantastic suspension4)lightweight feel5)handling - makes me want to ride more6)price and maintenance - definitely a vfm bike7)sporty riding position yet comfortable8)last but not least - the looks.

    Ganesh 7 months ago
  • Street Triple
    Best in class better 

    Best in class better than z900 nice braking performancecolourscheme is bestone demerit is not big digital display

    Siba 8 months ago
  • Street Triple
    4.6
    Fantabulous Bike 

    It's a fantabulous bike. I'm always enjoying riding this bike. This 765 engine produces 123 bhp power is insane. I am really happy with it.

    Rajarshi 8 months ago
  • Street Triple
    4.2
    Personal rocket 

    My own Personal Rocket. Amazing Bike.

    Puneet 3 years ago