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2023 Triumph Street Triple R & RS | Double Triple Threat | First Ride Review

The Street Triple moniker has been around since 2007 and has been regarded as the best in the segment. Triumph has only gone forth to make it even better.

For

2023 Street Triple RS
- Incredible handling, top-tier equipment, breath taking triple symphony

2023 Street Triple R
- Practicality, Improved Performance, and Comfort, the more accessible price tag

Against

2023 Street Triple RS
- Windblast, slow TFT

2023 Street Triple R
- Comparatively lower ground clearance, also windblast

Specs & Prices

2023 Street Triple RS

Engine – 765cc, inline 3-cylinder

Power – 130 bhp @ 12,000 rpm

Torque – 80 Nm @ 9,500 rpm

Clutch – Wet, multi-plate, slip & assist

Gearbox – 6-speed ( Up & Down Quickshifter)

 

Front Suspension – Showa 41 mm USD Big Piston Forks

Rear Suspension – Ohlins STX40 Monoshock

 

Wheelbase – 1399 mm

Seat height – 836 mm

 

Front Brakes – Twin 310 mm, Brembo Stylema Calipers

Rear Brakes – Single 220 mm, Brembo Caliper

 

Weight – 188 kg

Fuel Tank – 15 litres

Front Wheel – 120/70/17

Rear Wheel – 180/55/17 

Tyres – Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP

 

2023 Street Triple R

Engine – 765cc, inline 3-cylinder

Power – 120 bhp @ 11,500 rpm

Torque – 80 Nm @ 9,500 rpm

Clutch – Wet, multi-plate, slip & assist

Gearbox – 6-speed ( Up & Down Quickshifter)

 

 Front Suspension – Showa 41 mm USD Big Piston Forks

 Rear Suspension – Showa Monoshock

 

Wheelbase – 1402 mm

Seat height – 826 mm

 

Front Brakes – Twin 310 mm, Brembo M4.32 Calipers

Rear Brakes – Single 220 mm, Brembo Caliper

 

Weight – 189 kg

Fuel Tank – 15 litres

Front Wheel – 120/70/17

Rear Wheel – 180/55/17

Tyres – Continental ContiRoad 



TopGear Magazine June 2024