Triumph brings its all-new multifaceted 2021 Speed twin

 Triumph brings its all-new multifaceted 2021 Speed twin

Triumph Motorcycles has given its motorcycles some impressive upgrades ever since the launch of the Triumph Street Twin. Now, the company has revealed an updated version of its Speed Twin.

In recent times, one of Triumph’s primary areas of development has been to upgrade both its bikes and their features in compliance with new emission norms.

The company has already brought out several updated features on their performance and adventure tourers in the last few months.


The Triumph’s 1,200cc engine remains unchanged except for a couple of tweaks in the intake set-up and exhaust system, giving it an edge over the old model.

On paper, it is clear that the new model has more to offer than the old model. But how much?

The new Euro5/BS-6 compliant engine now calibrates 98.6bhp at 7,250rpm as against 96bhp on the outgoing model.

The torque remains as 112 Nm now arrives at 4,250rpm compared to 4,950rpm old Speed Twin.

Further, the 2021 Speed Twin arrives with enhanced specs like the 43mm Marzocchi upside-down front forks combined with cartridge damping against the standard forks on the previous model.

Also, we see the Brembo M50 callipers with the 330mm twin-disc on the front, while the opposite end gets the Nissin callipers with 220mm single.

Both ends get the 17-inch alloy wheels that come with the combination of Metzeler Racetec RR tyres.

The goodies also involve Road, Rain and Sport, three riding modes with ABS, USB connectivity, traction control, LEDs, semi-digital console and more.

Triumph also brings multiple accessories, and the 2021 model packs involve 12 spoke alloy wheels, headlight mounts and new graphics.

The new 2021 Speed Twin gets three shades Jet Black, Red Hopper and Matter Strom Grey.

As far as the India launch goes, it may happen soon, and therefore we may have to wait.

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