Triumph has a few new bikes to make a big appearance at the EICMA appear in Milan, however in front of that presentation, a Triumph dealer has some good times, posting photographs of the 2019 Triumph Speed Twin.
The Triumph Speed Twin gets the latest relevant point of interest, and as far as anyone knows imparts its 1,200cc parallel-twin motor to the Triumph Thruxton stage. This implies a 97 hp pinnacle control figure, with 83 lbs•ft of torque.
While most likely the edge will originate from the Thruxton line, the swingarm is said to be off the Bonneville. As should be obvious however, the wheels are not wired, and rather are spoked aluminum pieces.
The styling obviously is replicated from the Street Twin model, much like what we have seen with the Street Triple and Speed Triple game bicycles.
Somewhat of a sections container exceptional, the Triumph Speed Twin will be the British brand’s tenth current cycle in its extremely swarmed “present day works of art” lineup.
The separation between the different legacy models from Triumph is getting quite thin, as you can envision, however on the other hand these are the bicycles that are offering for the marque.
We have a little more than seven days before we get our first official take a gander at the 2019 Triumph Speed Twin, so stay tuned for that.
Source: Asphalt and Rubber