Triumph’s Roadster And Rocket Lineup Get The Orange Treatment

  • May 13, 2022
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The Triumph Street Triple, Speed Triple, Trident and Rocket get new paintwork

Triumph Motorcycles has rolled out three bikes in their 2023 iteration, introducing new paint schemes for the Street Triple 765 R, Street Triple 765 RS, Trident 660, Speed Triple 1200 RS, Rocket 3 R and the Rocket 3 GT 

Street Triple 765 R And RS


The 2023 Street Triple R is now available in a new Matt Carbon Black Scheme along with Metallic Grey graphics on the bodywork. This colour gives the already mean-looking bike a stealthier look.

For the 2023 Street Triple RS, Triumph has introduced a similar Carbon Black paint scheme. The distinguishing difference is the Bronze graphics on the tank and bronze finished alloys, making it look not only sporty but also premium.  

Trident 660

For 2023, Triumph offers the Trident 660 in four colour options: Sapphire Black, Matt Jet Black and Silver Ice, Silver Ice and Diablo Red and the newly-introduced Matt Baja Orange. The brand new colour scheme includes matte orange paintwork on the tank and front fender, and Triumph logo graphics on the tank. This flashy colour scheme is sure to grab plenty of eyeballs, although we’d have liked it to have a glossy finish.

Speed Triple 1200 RS

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The flagship streetfighter from Triumph has also been given the Matt Baja Orange paint scheme in its 2023 variant. This newly added colour scheme sports a Silver Ice and Graphite ‘RS’ graphics on the tank. Along with that, it gets the orange colour on the tank extensions, headlight, tail panels and sump guard. It also gets a carbon fibre front mudguard as standard, in line with its sporty intentions. 

That said, we think the orange colour somewhat undermines the otherwise aggressive look of the 1200 RS. It also looks too loud for a bike that is overall sleek and stealthy.  

Rocket GT and 3R 

The Carnival Red colour scheme features a red tank, front mudguard and rear bodywork with grey and black highlights, giving it a properly sporty look. On the other hand, the Sapphire Black gets a premium hand-painted silver coach line detailing across its bodywork.

The Triumph Rocket R variant’s new Matt Silver Ice scheme looks elegant and has a contrasting red highlight. Those looking for an understated look can go for the Sapphire Black, which gets an all-black treatment.

Triumph is likely to update its India-spec range with the new colours in a couple of months. There are no mechanical changes, though.

In a related development, Triumph has decided to rename the Street Twin and Street Scrambler recently. You can read more about it here. 

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