Triumph Motorcycles on Thursday introduced its 2023 Street Triple 765 (2023 Street Triple) motorcycle, which is the most powerful of all the previous Street Triples. It is capable of generating maximum power of 130 PS and peak torque of 80 Nm. The company has introduced this bike in three models. This includes a free-flowing exhaust and silencer. Triumph’s shift assist up-and-down quickshifter is also available on all three models. Apart from this, the company has also fitted a new optimized cornering ABS in the motorcycle.
INTRODUCING THE ALL-NEW STREET TRIPLE 765 RS.
Class-leading power, the highest ever specification of brakes and technology, plus the next level in razor-sharp handling – this is the new performance naked sports benchmark.
— TriumphIndiaOfficial (@IndiaTriumph) November 4, 2022
The 2023 Triump Street Triple 765 is finally in front of the world. However, at present, the company has not given any information regarding its launch and price. The 2023 model Street Triple 765 is offered in three models, including the standard model Street Triple 765 R, the more powerful Street Triple 765 RS and the limited edition Moto2 model. The bike is expected to launch in India soon, but the Moto2 Edition will not be launched here.
As for the features, Triumph It says that the 765cc triple engine included in the bike will be capable of producing 120 PS in the standard model and 130 PS in the RS and Moto2 Edition. In all three models, the engine will generate 80 Nm of peak torque.
The bike comes with new free-flowing exhaust and silencer. All three models get a new optimized cornering ABS with Triumph Shift Assist up-and-down quickshifter. It includes switchable optimized cornering traction control. The riding modes have also been updated with new throttle maps.
The RS and Moto2 Edition bikes include a 5-inch TFT instrument cluster. The RS and Moto2 Edition also get daytime running lights of different sizes along with all-LED lighting. The Street Triple R and RS get wider handlebars, while the RS and Moto2 Edition get wider handlebars with better geometry than before.