Available for just one year, Triumph has launched the Street Twin EC1 Special Edition, the Rocket 3 R and Rocket 3 GT 221 Special Edition.
The new Street Twin EC1 takes inspiration from the vibrant custom-classic motorcycle culture of the historic streets of London’s EC1.
It features a beautiful new matte aluminium silver and matte silver ice colour that also gets hand-painted silver coach lining, new EC1 graphics and a Triumph logo finished in matte black. The front and rear mudguards are finished in matte aluminium silver, while the side panels get a matte silver ice finish.
Triumph already provides up to 120 genuine accessories for buyers who’d like to customise their motorcycles and has added a new fly screen finished in matte silver ice to the limited edition Street Twin EC1.
The heart of this motorcycle remains the same with a 900cc Twin that produces 65 bhp of power and 80 Nm of torque whilst still retaining its lovely soundtrack through a pair of upswept exhausts. The Street Twin remains accessible with a 765mm seat height, ABS, torque-assist clutch, a USB charging socket, an immobiliser, switchable traction control and riding modes (Road and Rain).
Coming to its flagship product, Triumph has launched the 221 Special Edition variant for its Rocket 3 cruiser. This limited edition paint scheme will be available for just one year on both R & GT models of the Rocket 3. The 221 Special Edition showcases a new rich paint scheme called Red Hopper and is laid out across the fuel tank and front mudguard.
This special edition celebrates the Rocket 3’s world-leading 221 Nm of torque from its goliath 2458cc triple engine, producing 167 bhp of power. The 221 edition gets its mudguard brackets, headlight bowls, rear bodywork, side panels, radiator cowls, and fly screen finished in sapphire black. With the number 221 boldly written in the knee recesses, the motorcycle lets everyone know just what a beast of an engine it packs.
The Rocket 3 221 Special Edition still retains all the bells and whistles available on the regular variants, such as a multi-functional TFT instrument cluster that can also be paired with the manufacturer’s My Triumph connectivity system. Handling such a big motorcycle is no child’s play. For that, Triumph has provided safety nets in the form of cornering ABS, cornering traction control, four riding modes (Road, Rain, Sport and a Custom mode that rider configurable), hill hold control and cruise control.
For accessibility, Triumph has loaded this model with keyless ignition and steering lock, heated grips (GT only) and a USB charging socket.
Both special editions will go on sale next year and will be available for just one year. As we slowly come closer to the end of this year, we can expect more special editions from Triumph in the future.