Triumph unveiled two sister models, Street Twin and Street Scrambler at Intermot today. Both bikes use a 900cc, 270-degree crankshaft Bonneville engine, now tuned to 65hp. Both models have Road and Rain riding modes and switchable traction control and ABS. Suspension of both models has been upgraded and the front brake caliper is a beefy Brembo 4-pot. Ergonomics on moth models have been improved for better riding experience, keeping in mind the style of each model.
Triumph are also keen to point out, that both bikes are excellent basis for customisation, and provide an excessive range of accessories to personalize the bike. Also available are complete styling kits for each model.
Triumph didn’t fail to remind, that they will be supplying engines for Moto2 class from 2019. To emphasize the point, they rolled – or actually rode – out the latest version of the Moto2 test bike, fitted with the 765cc triple, based on the engine of the 2017 Street Triple motor.