Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RR Overview
The Speed Triple 1200 RR comes with a few defining features which make it stand out as compared to the Street Triple RS. For starters, it features revised body work with a carbon fiber front fender, body colored belly pan, and a seat cowl which can be swapped out for a rear passenger seat. It gets sporty cast aluminum wheels and a gorgeous single-sided swingarm.
As far as features are concerned, lighting consists of an all-LED unit up front, as well as similarly styled DRLs as that of the Street Triple RS. The tail light, and self-cancelling turn signals are all LED, as well. Rounding off the Speed Triple’s premium componentry, of course, is a 5-inch full-color TFT display which displays a slew of vital information, and serves as the means by which the rider can configure the bike’s various settings. Equipped with a six-axis IMU, the Speed Triple is outfitted with cornering traction control, cornering ABS, and 5 riding modes.
When it comes to performance, The Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RR is one of the best in its class. It is powered by a 1,160cc inline triple derived from Triumph’s Moto2 race engine. The engine is rated for 180 hp and 125 Nm of torque.
The Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RR is equipped with ABS, traction control, and cruise control powered by a 6-axis IMU as standard.