The beautiful new 1200cc Speed Twin re-introduces a legendary Triumph name and sets a new category benchmark for how a custom roadster should ride and feel, with class leading handling and thrilling performance.
INTRODUCING THE NEW SPEED TWIN
The 1200cc Speed Twin re-introduces an illustrious name to our modern classics line-up, with an exciting all-new motorbike that delivers next generation modern custom capability and timeless Triumph DNA together with advanced rider technology and cutting edge roadster performance and feel. Designed to deliver a whole new standard in dynamic riding capability the Speed Twin, with its enhanced chassis setup, accessible riding position, advanced braking ability, high specification suspension, and thrilling power delivery, truly justifies its position as Triumph’s new performance icon.
PERFORMANCE-ORIENTED MODERN CLASSIC
The 1200cc Speed Twin brings together all the modern custom style of Triumph’s Street Twin with even more stunning finishes and detail, all the comfort and timeless DNA of the Bonneville T120 but with more engaged ergonomics, and all the power and torque of the Thruxton R in an even more accessible modern setup. The Speed Twin delivers a new standard in class-leading handling, and sets a new benchmark for how a custom roadster should ride and feel.
An illustrious name with an unparalleled heritage
The original game-changing 1938 Speed Twin’s twin engine and smooth dynamic handling changed the face of motorcycling. Now there’s a new Speed Twin and once again it’s setting a new benchmark for how a custom roadster should ride and feel.
Thrilling performance and class-leading handling
It’s a step change in modern classic riding, with truly dynamic agile handling and a thrilling responsive feel, all in an accessible premium roadster set-up. Here’s why the new Speed Twin is a true revelation…
Category-leading finish, detailing and custom style
To complement its top quality finish and detailing, over 80 dedicated custom accessories give you the opportunity to add extra touches, enhance your Speed Twin’s style and capability, and make this incredible ride your own.
A legend re-born
Changing the face of motorcycling, the original 1938 Triumph Speed Twin, with the world’s first successful parallel twin engine packaged into a game changing chassis, was a revelation to ride. Its smooth dynamic handling and superb responsive feel established Triumph as the number one motorcycle marque globally for performance and handling, setting the template for all that followed, and earning a global reputation for being the first real ‘riders bike’.
For 2019, the all-new 1200cc Speed Twin re-introduces this illustrious Triumph name to our Modern Classics line-up, setting all over again a new standard in class-leading handling, and delivering a new benchmark for how a modern custom roadster should ride and feel.
The brand new Speed Twin carries all of the contemporary custom style of the Street Twin but adds even more beautiful premium details. It delivers all the power, torque and technology of the Thruxton R, in an even more accessible modern set-up. And, it offers all of the confidence inspiring ride and rider comfort of the Bonneville T120, but with even more engaged ergonomics.
The result, just like its iconic 20th century namesake, is a new performance icon that sets a whole new standard, with the chassis set-up, riding position, braking ability, suspension, and thrilling power delivery of a truly modern roadster.
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