Triumph, a British motorcycle manufacturer is all set to curtain off the Triumph Street Triple RS and the Bonneville Bobber Cruiser from its bucket in India by 3rd October. The news to unveil two brand new bikes is posted on Instagram and Twitter by the company itself.
The previous version of Street Triple was Street Triple S which was launched in June this year. The Street Triple RS is almost same as but more powerful than its comrade Street Triple S. the RS bike is upgraded with an engine and got 765cc engine over 675cc of Triple S bike, which makes RS more powerful in exerting the maximum power of 121 BHP with 75 Nm of torque. The certifiable proof of RS’s engine power is that Triumph will be supplying the engine to Moto2 World Championship which is starting in 2019.
Apart from powering the engine, Street Triple RS includes more of new features; which are Anti-brake locking system, an advanced traction control with multi-riding modes, and a ride by wire throttle. The multiple riding modes derive most of the riders crazy as it gives a qualitative and plentiful riding experience.
Besides this, the new Bonneville Bobber cruiser is going to be launched on the same day of Street Triple RS. it is a single seater cruiser bike powering by a 1200cc parallel dual-engine; which is able to exert 76 BHP power and 106 Nm of torque. The company confirms that it will have a comparatively smaller front wheel with dual attached discs to give safe riding experience.The new Bonneville cruiser is accompanied by well-known forward set footpegs which we generally notice in any cruiser.
The Thunderbird bike which is priced at INR 14.5 lakh (ex-showroom) is a rival to it and supposed to be beaten up by Bonneville Bobber cruiser as speculation says it may be priced at INR 10-11 lakh.