Nov 22, 2010

TRIUMPH four new models for 2011 in metallic, Phantom Black and Matt

TRIUMPH has announced four new models for 2011. Headlining the Triumph line-up is an all-new version of the company's most popular model, the Speed Triple.

With an all-new chassis, the 1050cc 2011 Speed Triple delivers a new level of handling. With a sharper and even more aggressive look, and more power from the 1050cc triple, this new model looks set to add further to a legacy that has seen over 65,000 Speed Triples sold since its introduction in 1994.

Three colors options are available: Crystal White, Phantom Black and Diablo Red, with a colors-coded fly screen, seat cowl and belly pan available as accessories. The Speed Triple will be available from February 2011.

Meanwhile, the entry level America and Speed master have been given a comprehensive update with improved handling and updated styling and ergonomics. Both bikes are easier to ride thanks to distinct new looks, revised ergonomics and a lower seat height of 690mm.

The America's completely new styling has taken on a more classic theme for 2011, with the 16" front and 15" rear cast alloy wheels sporting high walled tyres to complement the low seat, deep front mudguard, pulled back handlebars and feet forward controls for a traditional low and laid back cruiser look. Throw in some tasty two-tone paint jobs and you get old school cool.

The Speed master has also taken on a distinctive new look for 2011. The stripped down custom cruiser now features a new 19" cast aluminum front wheel with single disc brake and ‘skinny’ tyre for the classic chopped hot rod look and a whole host of other updates to give the Speed master more attitude.

Two color options are available: metallic Phantom Black and Cranberry Red, a new color which is debuting on the Speed master.

Both bikes are powered by a 270-degree 61PS version of Triumph’s 865cc parallel-twin.
Speed masters will be available in Available from January 2011, Americas will be available in Australia from February 2011.

In addition to these three popular models, Triumph has released an additional model to the cruiser family in the Thunderbird Storm.

The Thunderbird Storm is a stripped down, 1700cc version of the Thunderbird cruiser. Featuring the 98PS, 104 cubic inch version of Triumph’s parallel-twin unit, the blacked out power cruiser also features Triumph’s distinctive twin headlights, made famous on the Rocket III and Speed Triple models.

The Thunderbird Storm will be available in both metallic Phantom Black and Matt Black.

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