The 2020 Triumph Street Triple RS is hot off the workbench with a handful of refinements in terms of power, agility and its striking appearance. The 2020 Triumph Street Triple RS features greater mid-range power, and it has evolved its own winning formula with a new more aggressive style, better performance, high specification standard equipment and even better rider technology.

Top-spec Street Triple RS delivers track-ready peak power of 123PS at 11,750rpm and peak torque figures that reach 79Nm at 9,350 rpm for an astonishing level of agile dynamic handling. It’s the lightest bike in its class, and the new engine updates ensure increased torque low-down and across the mid-range for a more immediately responsive ride that’s as suited to the track as it is to the road.

New Street Triple RS brings a major step up in performance from an updated 765cc triple engine that has been designed with performance updates developed as part of Triumph’s Moto2™ engine advancements by the same engine team. This has resulted in a higher peak torque of 79Nm at 9,350 rpm for the RS model, with 9% more power and race-style torque across the mid-range, peaking at 123PS.

Triple RS now exclusively has enhanced TFT screen functionality, with 2nd generation graphics and comes with the new My Triumph connectivity system. Also benefits from Triumph Shift Assist – an up and down quickshifter now fitted as standard for the first time. It exhibits a more aggressive look with an all-new twin LED headlight and more aggressively-styled Daytime Running Lights.


– Engine: 765cc, liquid-cooled, Triple
– Power: 123PS@11,750rpm
– Torque: 79Nm@9,350rpm
– Bore x Stroke: 77.99mm x 53.4mm
– Valve Train: DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
– Transmission: 6-speed with Triumph Shift Assist, with wet, multi-plate, slip-assisted clutch
– Final Drive: X ring chain
– Front Suspension: Showa 41 mm upside down big piston forks
– Rear Suspension: Öhlins STX40 fully-adjustable piggyback reservoir RSU


– New styling
– Broad torque curve
– Handling
– Up/down quick-shifter

Courtesy: Triumph


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